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The Descendants of 

MOISES ANSCHEL ofPolch 

DANIEL BENDER of Munstermaifeld 

JOSEF DANIEL ofMerzbach 

JAKOB FABER ofMertloch 

ANDREAS FRTESEM ofFriesheim and Burghrohl 

HERZ HAYMANN (HAIMANN) of Bassenheim 

SALOMON HERZ ofPolch 

JOSEPH (JUDA JOOSEL) HERZ of Schweinheim 

MEYER JOSEPH HERZ of Schweinheim 

LOEB HIRSCH of Augsburg and Polch 

ABRAHAM LEVY ofGappenach 

DANIEL WOLFF ofMertloch 

ANSCHEL WOLFF ofOchtendung 

and Other Related Jewish Families from Bassenheim, Burghrohl, 
Euskirchen, Flamersheim, Mertloch, Niederzissen, Ochtendung, 
Pillig, Polch, Sinzig, Wierschem, and Neighboring Towns in 
Germany and in Meerssen, the Netherlands 



By LEOPOLD HOENIG 

Copyright 2006, 1982 by Leopold Hoenig 
Printed in the United States of America 



TO 
MY DAUGHTERS, GAIL SHARON HOENIG CUTLER 

and 

HELENE MICHELLE HOENIG 
MY GRANDSON, MAX JOSEPH CUTLER 

who will continue the family 
heritage in the years ahead. 

and 

MYMOTHER, BILLA HIRSCH HOENIG 

who passed down to me 
during her 90 years on this 
earth the story of the 
hardships and joys of our 
famivy. 



AC KNO W LEDGEM ENTS 

Both editions of this book could not have been written without the 
interest, assistance and tremendous cooperation of hundreds of members of 
our family here in the United States as well as in Canada, various nations in 
Europe and South America, Israel, South Africa, Australia and New Zealand. 

Thousands of letters have been sent back and forth. Telephone calls — 
local, national and international — were made. Many personal contacts — 
including those with relatives I had never met before or about whom I had 
never heard — took place. 

If I were to list the names of each and every family member who offered 
assistance — and there were many — it would take up a great deal of space 
and would lead to the possibility of accidentally omitting a few names. 

Therefore, these words are written here as an expression of thanks to all of 
you from me and from all to whom this work has, and will continue to have, 
special meaning. 

It should also be pointed out that almost all of the members of the "older 
generation" of family members — including my beloved mother, Billa Hirsch 
Hoenig, who provided me with millions of words of encouragement and vital 
clues, and my beloved father, Joseph Hoenig, who spent countless hours 
translating documents and mail from German to English and who then wrote 
many letters for me in German — have passed away since this project began in 
1979. Memories fade with time and with the number those who lived in our 
ancestral homeland shrinking each year, I dare say that it would be almost 
impossible to successfully start and complete this project today. 

A number of family members, friends and others were crucial to the 
completion of this book. They include: 

• My late mother, BILLA HIRSCH HOENIG, who provided me with many 
names, anecdotes, other material, and inspiration to complete my work. 

• My wife, DORIS CAROL HOENIG, who translated all the documents and 
materials which were written in French into English. The nearly three 
years of time constantly spent on this project by me caused tremendous 
changes and disruptions in our family life with which she had to cope. 

• My late father, JOSEPH HOENIG, who translated all the letters, 
documents and materials which were written in German into English. 
He also wrote many letters in German for me. 

• My late aunt, HANNAH HIRSCH HERZ, whose encyclopedic memory for 
names, dates, places and events seems endless and, most important, 
accurate to the smallest detail, 

• My late distant cousin, HERBERT FRASER, who provided me with 
documents and other pertinent information. His brother, ARIEH 
EYTAN, and my first cousin, JOSEF FRIESEM, both of whom live in 
Israel, tracked down individuals and checked out information for me in 
their country. 

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My late distant cousin, LIONEL HILLBURN, Esq., who spent many 
hours with me in his law office and on the telephone trying to unravel 
the complex family history of our ancestors in Flamersheim and 
Schweinheim. 

My distant cousins, DR. HEINZ and INGE KAHN, with whom I stayed in 
Polch. During my six trips to my mother's birthplace they accompanied 
me to the cemetery in Mertloch, where many of our ancestors are 
buried, and they made local contacts for me as well. 

My distant cousin, PAUL HIRSCH, with whom I stayed in London, and 
who recently passed away in Seattle, Washington. Once we had 
established contact, he provided me with a tremendous amount of 
information about his family and, while I was in London, worked with 
me to obtain information from family members who live there. 

A special mention must be made in memory of my good friend, the 
noted historian and archivist of German Jewiy, the late KLAUS H. S. 
SCHULTE, of Enkirch (Mosel) Germany, who wrote numerous books 
and articles about the Jews of the Rhineland as well as other topics. He 
spent many hours checking through his records for names, dates and 
other historical data. He is considered to be the expert in this area of 
Jewish history. I visited with him in Neuss and Wegberg during my trips 
to Europe. He worked tirelessly with me for 22 years on this book, as 
well as on the portion of another book which I completed in 2002, The 
Himmelstein Family, that deals with my mother-in-law's ancestors who 
lived in Germany before moving to eastern Europe and the Netherlands 
about 200 years ago. Conversely, I assisted him on a small amount of 
his research here in the United States. 

I visited with him, his lovely wife Margaret, and their son, Adrian, in 
Germany on a number of occasions. We corresponded often by mail, 
and we spoke on the telephone, the last time on September 13, 2001, 
when he and Margaret, called to inquire if we were safe following the 
terrorist attack on the World Trade Center two days earlier. He said he 
was extremely aggravated since he believed the attack was a new form of 
Nazism that seemed to be developing. Eight days later this energetic, 
accomplished, unassuming righteous gentleman died suddenly and 
swiftly of a massive heart attack at his home in Enkirch at the age of 
64. 

While his many books and articles about German Jews will continue to 
serve as a monument to his scholarship, his presence will be sorely 
missed by his family as well as by his many friends all over the world 

DR. RALPH N. BAER of Washington DC; HENNY HOUWELING ZWART 
of Nieuwkoop, the Netherlands, and DR. THEODORE K TOBIAS of 
Englewood, NJ„ who provided me with many aspects of their 
genealogical research. 

NATBLAIVAS, former principal of Parsons J.H.S. 168 Queens,where I 
was a social studies teacher from 1958 until I retired in 1991. A rabbi 
as well as an educator, he translated most of the documents and 
gravestones from Hebrew into English. 

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H. DIETER ARNTZ, of Rheder-Eusklrchen, Germany, who is a history 
teacher there and who is the author of a book on the Jews of 
Euskirchen. He provided me with a great deal of statistical information 
and I visited with him during my 1981 trip to the area. 

HANS BAULIG, former regional mayor of Maifeld in Polch, Germany, 
with whom I met on numerous occasions. I am grateful to him not only 
for his cooperation but also for his sincere interest and success in 
restoring the Polch Synagogue as an interesting museum and a fitting 
memorial to my ancestors and to those who were killed during the 
Holocaust. 

ANETTE MOESTA, present regional mayor of Maifeld in Polch, Germany, 
who provided me with current maps of Polch, Mertloch, Munstermaifeld 
and other villages in the Maifeld region and she and her staff indicated 
the exact locations of the Jewish houses in Polch. Like her predecessor, 
Mayor Baulig, Mayor Moesta has shown a great interest in preserving 
the rich Jewish heritage of the region. 

The following librarians: 
FREDERICK BOGIN, reference librarian, and JONATHAN SPERBER, 

archivist, at the Leo Baeck Institute, New York City. 
ROBERT CLAY, reference librarian, Virginia State Library, Richmond, 

Virginia. 
FRANK BRADLEY, librarian, Genealogy and Local History Division of 

the New York Public Library, New York City. 
MEYER GREENTREE III, archivist, Beth Ahahbah Congregation, 

Richmond, Virginia. 

Prof. Dr. FRANZ- JOSEF HEYEN and Ms. BRIGITTE WEIBERG of the 
Landesarchiwerwaltung Rheinland-Pfalz (the Regional Archives in 
Koblenz, Germany) assisted me to locate documents and other source 
materials when I visited the Archives in the summer of 1987. In 
addition, Dr. Prof. Heyen, the chief of the department, met with me 
privately to discuss my research and to convey to me the extent of his 
work in this area at the Archives, 

KARL HEINZ REIF (Stademann Str. 31, 5400 Koblenz, 0261-444 17), 
a writer and researcher who provided me with information of sources 
about the Jews of the Niederrhein. 

MATHIAS and RENATE SEVERIN of Ochtendung, Germany, who wrote 
to me about their recollections of the Jews of Ochtendung and with 
whom I visited in 1987 to get additional information. 

BRUNHILDE STURMER of Niederzissen, who has been researching the 
lives and activities of the members of the former Jewish communities of 
her home town, Burgbrohl, Oberzissen and surrounding villages, and 
who has shared her findings with me. 



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BONNIE L. BEEDIE of Downers Grove, IL, ELLEN ENGLISH of La 
Mesa, CA, ELSE HAIMAN of West Bloomfleld, MI, DR. MARK H. 
HAIMANN of Bloomfleld Hills, MI, and and CAROL JEAN SPICER of 
San Diego, CA who provided me with detailed information of the 
Haimann/Haiman/Haymann family from Bassenheim. 

The following Standesamts (town record keepers) worked with me both 
in person in Germany and also through mail correspondence: 
ALFONS ADAMS, ULRICH SAUERBORN and MANFRED SCHWARZ -- 

Maifeld in Polch. 
FRAU KRASKOWSKI — Stadt Euskirchen. 
HANS SCHMITT — Brohltal in Niederzissen. 
KARL HEINZ MULLER — Sinzig. 

RABBIS LEONARD GREHER t NATHAN LOMNER and the late MAX 
OLDAK, who deciphered and translated the first gravestone I found in 
Wierschem (Burg Eltz). 

THE HUNDREDS of others around the world who contributed major 
portions of various sections of this book and whose names appear in 
the charts. Every single contribution of information enabled me to 
produce this most comprehensive account of our interrelated ancestors 
and present-day family members. 



A sabbatical leave for study for me 1981-82 school year granted to me by the New York City 
Board of Education and approved by Miss Joan M. Kenny, Community Superintendent of School 
District 25 Queens, enabled me to complete the original edition of this book, which was in partial 
julfUhnent of the research requirements of the leave. 



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INTRODUCTION 

This is the story of my family which for many centuries lived modestly and 
quietly, struggling to survive in Germany and whose descendants today are 
scattered over five continents. 

It is my hope that what I have started here, a project which took nearly 
three years of work prior to the publication of the original edition in 1982, and 
which has taken me an additional 14 years to revise, will be continued with an 
annual updating which I hope to initiate shortly. We can then correct any 
mistakes or omissions contained herein as well. The computer age has taken 
over for the original typewritten text and hand-drawn charts. 

My work has brought me in contact with many relatives in the United 
States and overseas, in person, on the telephone and by mail. Their interest in 
this project is most welcome and their help in gathering and confirming 
information is most appreciated. Coming in contact with so many relatives for 
the first time is a great thrill, and I am confident these relationships will 
become more close as the years pass on. The volume of mail has often been so 
great that it is difficult to keep up with it. 

Genealogy, the study of one's family history, is a fascinating field. 
Knowledge of one's roots gives one a strong feeling and pride for his 
background and helps to unite a group of widely dispersed people whose 
ancestors placed a strong emphasis on family ties. It is an area in the social 
sciences which should become a part of every school's curriculum. To this end I 
developed such a course of study as part of my 1981-82 sabbatical leave from 
teaching. 

What are the characteristics of our family that have kept us together 
through centuries of deprivation, discrimination and forced wanderings from 
place to place? Some of the answers to this question can be found in the 
eulogy to Renate Hirsch delivered by Rabbi Avram S, Chaitowitz of the 
Stanmore and Canons Park Synagogue, London Road, Stanmore, England at 
her funeral in August, 1980: 

One day the family will commit to writing the story of their 
early life in Germany, the escape of those who fortunately left it in 
time, and the memory of those who perished in it. 

They will record the wanderings and settlements of those who 
went to New Zealand, and those who came to these shores . . . the 
happy and the sad events. 

Today, as we say goodbye to Mrs. Renate Hirsch, I am sure that 
our dear friend, Mr. Paul Hirsch, the children and the grandchildren, 
would wish me to express the thoughts and sentiments of their 
hearts which have been so saddened by their sudden loss. 



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Of the Biblical Rachel we are told she was beautiful of 
appearance and beautiful of form. The Torah is surely not concerned 
to tell us of the physical beauty of a woman (although no doubt she 
was physically beautiful). It really is describing her character and 

deeds. So, too, our beloved deceased was also beautiful in 

her character and her virtues and charm. Mrs. Renate Hirsch was a 
wonderful wife, totally dedicated to her husband, and in the first 
years of settling down here was a great help and support to him, 
working ceaseelessly with him all these years ... a true life's partner. 
She was a devoted mother to her children and adored her 
grandchildren. Her fortitude of spirit showed itself in her 
unwillingness to miss Shul on Shabbat Although it was an ordeal 
for her to make the walk, she insisted on going. 

I am told by my colleague, Rev. Taylor, who knew the family 
well from when they lived at Dollis Hill, that they took part in every 
aspect of communal life. They were well respected. Their home was a 
home of charity and hospitality. When they left they were very much 
missed. 

The grief of the family is aggravated by the sad knowledge that 
Mr. Hirsch zu lunger jakren and Renate looked forward after all their 
hardworking life to a well-deserved retirement, but it was decreed that 
this should not be so. 

In a true sense, good people and great souls never die. They live 
on in the guardianship of God. Only in the physical sense has she 
died. She has passed beyond the horizon where she will live forever. 
May her memory be recalled before a blessing and may her good name 
come as a benediction to all who knew her and loved her. May this 
bring them comfort. May they all be blessed with long life. 

This chronicle, then, is the result of these efforts and long may it 
serve as a living history of our family. 

Corrections, revisions, comments, updated and all questions should be sent to 
me. This book is not published with the intent to provide anyone with a claim to 
any estate or inheritance not is it intended as a profit-making venture. 

LEOPOLD HOENIG 

453-C FDR Drive 

Apartment C-l 504 

New York, N.Y. 10002-5906 

U.S. A, 

(212)533-1512 

hoenig453@aoL com 

April, 1982. Revised September, 2005. 



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TABLE OF CONTENTS 

Introduction v 

Chapter One: Creating This Family Tree 1 

Chapter Two; History of the Jews in the Koblenz and Lower 

Rhineland Area 5 

Chapter Three: Our Family History 21 

Chapter Four: My Visit to Munstermaifeld-Summer, 1969, 

by Jonathan Glass 65 

Chapter Five: Maps of Ancestral Cities and Towns 72 

Chapter Six: Statistical Information 77 

Jewish Cemeteries 78 

Bassenheim 78 

Bausendorf. 79 

Beilstein 79 

Bengel 80 

Binningen 80 

Brodenbach 81 

Burg Eltz (see Wierschem) 

Cochem 81 

Flamersheim 83 

Gondorf. 85 

Kaifenheim ..90 

Kaisersesch 90 

Kirchheim 90 

Koblenz 91 

Linz 102 

Meckenheim.. 104 

Meerssen, The Netherlands 105 

Mertloch 108 

Niedermendig Ill 

NIederzissen 112 

Ochtendung 115 

Schweinheim ...115 

Sinzig 117 

Wierschem 119 

Population Figures 121 

Statistical Information 123 

Teachers of Law in the County of Euskirchen and 

Surroundings 123 

Personal Records of the Jews in Flamersheim from Town 

Records ("Jewish Tribute") 123 

Tax Payments and Fees for the Special Synagogue 

Community of Flamersheim 124 

Tax List of the Synagogue Community in Munstereifel 

and the Special Synagogue Community in Rheinbach 

from 1 854 (Abbreviated List) 125 

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Prominent Jews of the Rheinbach Jewish Community in 

1848 (Abbreviated List) 125 

Leaders of the Jewish Community in the County of 

Rheinbach 126 

Jews in the Left Rhineland Who Were Not Taxed After 

Jewish Homeowners in Polch 1812, 1837, Since 1910 128 

Jewish Name Change Lists from 1808 131 

Nazi Deportation Lists 139 

Chapter Seven: Family Tree Charts 152 

Anschel Family of Polch 154 

Hertog Family of Meerssen , The Netherlands 237 

Including the Marx, Hertz-Dahl, Wijngaard and other 
relatedjamilies in Meerssen, the Netherlands 

Zeligman Family of Meerssen, The Netherlands 25 1 

Arenstein Family from Munstermaifeld 254 

Bar Family from Ochtendung 255 

Bender Family from Munstermaifeld 256 

Benedickt Family from Munstermaifeld.... 279 

Berger Family from Niederzissen 280 

Block Family from Dayton, Ohio (see last name under this heading) 

Brunell (Seligmann) Family from Liblar and Oberaussem 320 

Cahn Family from Mertloch 337 

Dahl Family from Wierschem 340 

Daniel Family from Gelsdorf, Merzbach and Kirchheim 
(see Herz Families of Schweinheim) 

Diewald/Dewald Family from Munstermaifeld 341 

Faber Family from Mertloch 352 

Feit Family from Niederzissen 388 

Friedsam Family from Bodendorf. 419 

Friesem Family from Friesheim and Burgbrohl 426 

Ancestors of Simon Horn 458 

Gartner Family from Brohl 552 

Gottschalk Family from Kottenheim and Mayen 559 

Gottschalk Family from Niederzissen 566A 

Gottschalk Family from Kottenheim and Mayen 570 

Gottschalk Family from Bodendorf. 574 

Gottschalk Family from Kottenheim and Mayen 577 

Gottschalk Family from Konigsfeld 580 

Haas Family from Pillig 584 

Haas Family from Polch (see Levy Family of Gappenach) 

Haimann/Haymann Family from Bassenheim 590 

Haimann/Haymann Family from Munstermaifeld 607 

Hertog Family from Meerssen, The Netherlands 
(see Anschel Family of Polch) 

Herz Family from Dieblich 608 

Herz Family from Polch 622 

Herz Families from Schweinheim 665 

Including the Daniel Family from Gelsdorf, Merzbach and 
Kirchheim, the Schmitz/ Berlin Family from Bodendorf and 
Ipplendorf, the Weber Family from Meckenheim, the Julich 
Family from Bonn-Godesberg, the Schweitzer Family from 
Ipplendorf, the Oster Family from Flamersheim, the Ruhr 

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Family from Kall-Eifel the HeUberg Family from Meudt, the 

Juhl Family from Meckenheim, the Cahn Family from 

Bomhelm, the Sommer Family ofWesseling and Merzbach, 

the Mendel Family from Meckenheim, and other related families. 
Heymann Family from Munstermaifeld (See Wolff/ Geisler Family). ..981 

Hirsch Family from Munstermaifeld 982 

Hirsch Family from Polch 983 

Hirsch Family from Wierschem 1044 

Kahn Family from Euskirchen (also see Haas Family qfPilig) 1 045 

Kahn Family from Niederzissen 1046 

Kahn Family from Wierschem 1061 

Kaufmann Family from Munstermaifeld 1062 

Kraemer Family from Roes 1095 

Krechel Family from Mertloch 1096 

Lambert Family from Nikenich 1098 

Lehmen Family from Lehmen on the Mosel and Polch 1109 

Levy Family from Gappenach 1111 

(includes Haas Family of Polch) 

Lilienstein Family in Polch 1124 

Marx Family of Meerssen, The Netherlands 

(see Anschel Family of Polch) 

Marx Family from Wierschem, Munstermaifeld, and Pillig 1130 

Meyer Family from Wierschem 1162 

Minkel Family from Mertloch 1163 

Nathan Family from Koln-Nippes 1204 

Nathan Family from Wierschem 1210 

Oster Family from Munstermaifeld 1211 

Ritter Family from Lehmen on the Mosel 1219 

Schaye/Scheye Family from Dierdorf. 1220 

Schmitz Family from Binningen, Diinfus and Munstermaifeld 1222 

Simon Family from Berrendorf. 1227 

Simon Family from Dieblich 1231 

Siissman Family from Ochtendung (see Wolff Family of Ochtendung) 

Wolff Family from Mertloch 1242 

Wolff/Geisler Family from Munstermaifeld 1270 

Wolff Family and Sxissmann Family from Ochtendung 1285 

Zeligman Family from Meerssen, The Netherlands 

(see Anschel Family of Polch) 
Block Family from Dayton, Ohio 1304 

Chapter Seven: Epilogue, by Walter Hirsh 1308 

Bibliography... 1312 

Index of Names 1315 

Index of Places 1559 

Addendum 1585 



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CHAPTER ONE 

CREATING THIS FAMILY TREE 

Tuesday morning, August 22, 1967, It was a mild, overcast day, and the 
three of us — Dr. Heinz Kahn, his mother-in-law, the late Mrs. Sophie Hein 
(born Faber) and I — were at the gate of the Jewish cemetery in Mertloch in 
western Germany. We had just left Helnz's car and had walked to the gate and 
padlocked chain which he was now unlocking. Once inside, I was to experience 
an event which was to have an impact on me for the next fourteen-and-a-half 
years. 

Quickly, Sophie took me to my grandfather's tall black gravestone with a 
Star of David atop his Hebrew name, Tzvi bar Shlomo; 

HERMANN HIRSCH 

aus Polch 
geb. am 1. 10. 1864, 
gest am 14. 2. 1929. 

A million thoughts ran through my mind as I stood there meditating. Ever 
since I was a little boy — and I was now 30 — my mother had told me about 
him, the others in the family, and the villages of Polch and Mertloch. 

I took a quick glance to the right and I saw a small, which stone with a 
Star of David on top: 

HIER RUHT 

HILDE HERZ 

AUS POLCH 

1928-1929 

R.I.F. 

"Who was this?" I asked Sophie Hein in German. "Why that's your little 
cousin, your Aunt Hannah and Uncle Siegmund's daughter," she replied. I was 
flabbergasted. I had not known about this first cousin and I made a mental 
note to talk to my mother and my aunt and uncle in Pittsburgh upon my 
return home from this six-week trip to Israel and Europe . . . my first venture 
overseas. 

A few moments later, Sophie Hein summoned me to another tall black 
gravestone, my grandmother's, Yetsche bat Chairru 

HENRIETTE HIRSCH 

geb. Friesem, aus Polch 

geb. am 7. 11. 1866, 

gest. am 11. 8. 1905. 

"Let's look at the rest of the stones," I said to Heinz and Sophie. There 
were more than one hundred of them and many of them had epitaphs which 
survived Hitler's Holocaust: Anschel, Hirsch, Herz, Marx, Faber, Levy, 
Gartner, Wolff, Minkel, Kaufmann. I could not believe what I was seeing. With 
the exception of the names Dewald, Krechel, Vohs and Platz, I knew every 



family name In the cemetery and I knew members of many of these families! 
Here I was, 3,000 miles from home, in a cemetery and town from which my 
mother's family had fled thirty or more years earlier because of Hitler's 
campaign to exterminate the Jews, and with two distant relatives (I didn't 
know we were related then.) who welcomed me to their home the previous 
afternoon and made me feel as if I had known them all my life, and everything I 
had been told about Polch and Mertloch by my mother suddenly fit into place. 
The names, the milestones in our family's history, the values I learned no 
longer seemed to be abstractions in my mind. 

Later that day, my mother's good friend, the late Mr. Johann Eisenberger 
(who with his wife, Maria Eisenberger, I had met for the first time the previous 
evening) took me around the town of Polch to show me the house where my 
mother was born. He showed me the former home of my mother's aunt and 
uncle, Paula and Gustav Hirsch, the Herz houses, those of the Anschels, my 
mother's aunts Adelheid and Klara Hirsch, and, two doors away, the 
Synagogue, which was being used as a garage and storage building by the town. 

A few hours afterwards, I took the same tour by myself to let the 
impressions sink in. As I took pictures of the Polch Synagogue on Ostergasse, 
an old lady stopped me and questioned me. When she found out I was Jewish 
she began to cry and came out with pictures of my two deceased great aunts 
and letters they had sent to her from New York. She also produced a 
photograph of my late Uncle Sali [Salomon Hirsch] from World War I. 

Being a sentimentalist and having majored in history at Queens College, I 
realized that I was in the midst of a gold mine of history — gems that should 
be put into writing before those of us who lived scattered throughout the world 
would lose contact with each other and would never be able to recall these 
things. 

Procrastination and deep involvement in more things than I can handle at 
once are also two of my other traits. They make this story drag on. Twice more 
— in 1969 and 1971 — I visited Polch and the Mertloch Jewish cemetery and 
again I spoke about writing a family history. Each time the project was again 
pout on a list of things to do, as it was v after each of the two Roots series 
shown on television. 

"Stop talking about it and do it already," my mother often admonished me. 

Monday afternoon, May 7, 1979. My father and I wished bon voyage at 
Kennedy Airport in New York City to my Uncle Henry Hirsch, his wife, Bertel, 
and my two cousins, Henrietta Block and Wilma Hahn (daughters of my Aunt 
Hannah Herz) as they flew to Israel to attend the wedding of Tali Friesem, my 
cousin Joseph's oldest daughter. 

Less than two days later, at 6:15 a.m., as I was preparing to get ready for 
school, the telephone rang. "It's Harold in Texas," the voice at the other end 
said. "My father [my Uncle Henry Hirsch] just died." I was in total disbelief. "I 
just saw v him at the airport Monday afternoon," I responded. "What 
happened?" "He had a heart attack and died in his sleep this morning, a few 
hours after arriving and meeting our relatives in Israel," my cousin answered. 



With my uncle's unexpected death I realized that a major source of 
information for the projected family tree was gone forever. So, within a matter 
of days, work on this book was begun. Never In my wildest imagination did I 
think I would become involved in a project that would take nearly three years 
and that I would find the names (or places for them) of some 2,600 people 
whom I could call my relatives or near relatives. 

My mother provided me with the basic information which was then 
elaborated upon by my Aunt Hannah, my mother's first cousin, Caroline 
Hirsch Levy, and by my mother's distant cousin, Herbert Fraser (original name, 
Friesem) over the past 33 months. Herbert's brother, Arieh Eytan, and my 
cousin, Josef Friesem, both living in Israel, began to come up with names and 
ran all of my "errands" there. Lionel Hillburn (formerly Leopold Heilberg), a 
distant relative, invited me to his law office in New York after we made contact 
and he introduced me to the book, Dokumentation zur Geschichte der Juden am 
linken Niederrhein seit dem 17. Jahrhundert, published in 1972 by my good 
friend, the late Klaus H. S. Schulte then of Neuss and later residing in Wegberg 
and Enkirch, Germany. He encouraged me and provided me with hundreds of 
names, documents and ideas until his sudden death in September, 2001.. 

As the months passed, I seemed to be doing very well — with several 
hundred names — - but there were so many links I could not piece together. I 
made a few trips to the Leo Baeck Institute in New York in my precious little 
spare time, but there never seemed to be enough time to devote to my task. 

On Monday, April 21, 1980 my Principal at school, Mr. Nat Blaivas, who in 
private life is also an Orthodox Rabbi, invited Mr. Avishai Amir of the Israeli 
Consulate to speak to my social studies classes. It was to turn into an 
unbelievably fantastic afternoon, for on the way home, as my carpool partner, 
Sidney Travers, drove past LaGuardia Airport on the Grand Central Parkway, I 
asked Mr. Amir, 'You are a journalist. In which countries have you worked?" 
He rattled off a list of nations and I stopped him after he mentioned New 
Zealand. "I am looking for some long lost relatives for my family tree who live 
in New Zealand," I said. "Perhaps I can help me. What is the person's name?" 
he asked me. "That's the problem," I responded. "There is a brother with his 
family and his sister and her husband, but I don't know their names," I said, 
for Harry Simon, who had given me a copy of a letter Paul Hirsch of Dublin, 
Ireland had sent to Adele Hirsch Simon (Harry's late mother), did not know any 
first names nor did the letter contain any. Furthermore, my attempts to track 
down Paul Hirsch in Dublin led to a dead end. "That's very difficult," Avishai 
Amir said, "as there are thousands of Jews in New Zealand." "The brother's last 
name is Hirsch," I said in a tone that must have indicated failure on my part. 

"I know who you are looking for," Avishai Amir said. "He's about 60, comes 
from the Rhineland and speaks with a German accent. He Is the leader of the 
Jewish community in Dunedin and I know him very well." 

That night I wrote a letter to "Mr. Hirsch" and three weeks later, on 
Monday, May 12, 1980, there arrived an aerogramme from his widow, Margot 
Hirsh [they dropped the letter c], which began: 

"Dear Mr. Hoenig, 

'Your letter of the 21 April reached me to-day and I am glad to say that 
you have reached the right Hirsh family at last ..." 



Paul Hirsch's new address, In a London suburb, and detailed information 
about this "lost" branch of the family was included in her long letter and which 
has been followed by many others. 

In July, 1980 I met for the first time with more than a dozen relatives and 
family friends at Else Haiman's home in Southfleld, Michigan. 

From August, 1981 to July, 1982 I was on a sabbatical leave for research 
to complete this project and to develop a teaching course in genealogy from it. 
My wife's late uncle, Dr. Joseph Mersand, a renowned educator, encouraged me 
to do so. 

With time now available, I went to work full-time to complete this work. I 
took a trip to Richmond, Virginia to try to trace the family of Isaac Hirsch and, 
although I received an education in genealogy at the Virginia State Library, I 
could trace him no closer than September, 1879. I was able to do research at 
the 42nd Street Library, the Schomburg Archives, the Leo Baeck Institute (in 
New York City) and the National Archives branch at Bayonne, New Jersey. I 
went on a two-week research trip to Germany and London during which I met 
with Mr. Schulte, Mr. Dieter Arntz of Euskirchen-Rheder (who has" written 
books on the Jews of Euskirchen), and Standesamts (record keepers) in Polch, 
Niederzissen, Euskirchen and Sinzig. The Mayor of Maifeld in Polch, Mr. Hans 
Baulig, invited me to his office twice during my stay in Polch. I stayed with my 
relatives, Dr. Heinz and Inge Kahn in Polch and with Paul Hirsch in London. 

In the ensuing months, I produced not only the original edition of this 
book, but also a genealogy of my late father's family and a genealogy teaching 
guide in order to fulfill the requirements of my sabbatical leave. 

Barely five months after my father, Joseph Hoenig's death on January 22, 
1991, I retired from teaching social studies at Parsons JHS 168 Queens in New 
York City on July 5, 1991. Since then I have devoted myself to completing a 
revision of the Hoenig family history (1998), a book about my late father-in- 
law's family and my mother-in-laws ancestors - entitled Four Families (1999), a 
large genealogy of my mother-in-law's family, The Himmelstein Family (2002), 
and, finally, this revised book. 

So, that brings us to the present and we now begin our family study in the 
ancient world ... a study that for me is a major accomplishment of a long- 
standing dream. 



CHAPTER TWO 

HISTORY OF THE JEWS IN THE KOBLENZ AND LOWER 

RHINELAND AREA 

Our ancestors lived in the small villages and countryside of the lower 
Rhineland area of western Germany for hundreds of years from the Inquisition 
until the Holocaust. 

Jews had been in this region since Roman times and their history there is 
marked by many bloody persecutions and expulsions repeated over and over 
again and culminating in the greatest horror of them all, Hitler's Holocaust. 

Koln (Cologne) — the major city in the lower Rhineland — was founded 
by the Roman armies in 50 A.D. and was named Colonia Claudia Ara 
Agrtpplnesiwn by them. Legend has it that Jewish women, captured by the 
Roman soldiers in the Holy Land during the Great War against Rome (66-73 
A.D.), were brought to Germany. The women allegedly were ordered to camp at 
the frontier and were permitted to raise their children as Jews, who then 
founded the communities along the Rhine. 

Close behind the armies came Jewish peddlers escaping from overcrowded 
Rome. They carried merchandise picked up along the way in Italian cities. 
These Jews helped to establish commerce in Koln, Trier and other cities. 
According to Albert Stern of K61n (a son of Jakob and Eva Friesem Stern), 
family tradition has it that he is a descendant of these Handelsjuden who 
came to the Rhineland with the Romans. 

The Koln city archives show that a Jewish community existed there in the 
year 321, the same type as had existed in the Jewish academy in Sura, 
Babylonia in ancient times. A document of Emperor Constantine mentions a 
Jewish community with rabbis, heads of synagogues and community leaders. 
This leads one to conclude that a large Jewish community existed in Koln 
since, perhaps, 200. 

The Carolingans protected and advanced the Jews, who prospered in the 
region from the 5th to the 1 1th centuries. They traded with places as far away 
as Italy. 

From this protection evolved Jewish rights and the Emperor (Kaiser) was 
given the responsibility to protect each Jewish person's rights and property. 

The weakening of the Imperial power was not beneficial to Jewish law, but 
these laws remained unchanged. The rights of an individual Jew were granted 
to him in papers he received indicating the right to obtain living quarters and 
the ability to earn a living in order to support himself and his family. 

From the 9th to the 11th centuries the Jews, under the Emperor's 
protection, had a relatively peaceful time. A synagogue was built in Koln in 
1012. 



In 1096 the First Crusaders — a poorly organized, unrestrained army of 
peasants seeking adventure — marched through the Rhineland. Many of them 
chanted, "Kill a Jew and save your soul." Warned by the bestial fate of their 
brethren in Metz, Speyer, Mayence (whose citizens pointed out the Jewish 
hiding places to the invaders) and Worms, Koln's Jews appealed for help to 
Archbishop Hermann III, who hid them in seven nearby small places. Their 
property was sent to the homes of friendly Christian burghers for safekeeping. 
In spite of the opposition of the Emperor and the local Catholic Church, the 
Crusaders declared the Jews to be the enemy of Christ and this resulted in 
hard times for them. In some cases the Crusaders succeeded in surprising and 
killing many of Koln's Jewish refugees. The lower class invariably joined in the 
invading mob. The local middle class Christians, though distressed to see their 
fellow citizens suffer, refused to risk their lives to defend the Jews as they had 
promised. In other cases, Jews committed suicide with the cry of the Shema' 
Yisrael on their lips rather than fall into enemy hands. Several thousand 
Rhineland Jews lost their lives in the wild Judenhetze (Jewish pogrom) which 
lasted three months. Others were forcibly baptized and remained Christians 
after Emperor Heinrich IV issued an edict permitting them to convert to their 
original religion. 

Nowhere were the Jews safe at this time. Even in Jerusalem, the 
Crusaders captured the city, drove the Jews into the synagogue, and set it on 
fire. 

Jews are first mentioned in Koblenz, an important city at the junction of 
the Rhine and Mosel Rivers, in the customs house toll of 1 104 when they had 
to pay four denarii for every salable slave. Vives of Koblenz, a Jew, lived in 
Koln around 1135, according to a notation in the Judenschreinsbuch (Jewish 
archives) of Koln. 

The Second Crusade, in 1146, was comparatively easier on the Rhineland 
Jews, mainly as a result of the efforts of Bernard of Clairvaux and Cologne's 
Archbishop Arnold's protection. 

A large Jewish community in Koblenz Is mentioned in the Spanish 
merchant and traveler (Benjamin ben Jonah) Benjamin of Tudela's Itinerary (c. 
1172), a diary in which he noted the economic conditions, learning or 
ignorance, and manner of living of the Jews he visited. 

As early as 1188 the Jews became serfs, but the Catholic Archbishops 
claimed they had the right to tax and make laws for the Jews in return for 
protecting them. In 1252, however, an agreement was made in Koln with the 
city guaranteeing the status of the Jews, who were autonomous except that 
they had to pay a tax to the Archbishop and were subject to his jurisdiction If 
a grave crime was committed. This practice of paying tribute was to become a 
tradition for more than 600 years as the Jews became wards of the Emperor. 

From the 1 1th to the middle of the 14th century Koln's Jewish community 
lived on friendly terms with the non-Jews. Koln's Jews were known as concives 
(fellow inhabitants). Jews were assigned to defend a gate ("Gate of the Jews") 
of the city walls when they were built in 1106. The Jewish quarter had a 
synagogue with controversial stained glass windows showing lions and 
serpents, a ritual bath (Mikvah), a hospital (Hekdesh), a community house and 
a bakery. Many prominent Jews lived there at this time. 



In 1209 Koblenz's Jews had to pay a discriminatory toll rate, but Issac and 
his wife, Bela, are credited in the Mainz- Nuremberg Memorbuch with its 
elimination. Suesskind, a Koblenz Jew, granted a loan to Trier's Archbishop 
Theodore — with the mortgage on a house as security — which was repaid in 
1238. Archbishop Helnrich granted Koblenz's Jews protection in 1265. Mayor 
Marsilius of Trier and Knights Heinrich and Dithard of Pfaffendorf testified 
that Koblenz's Jews were free from taxes for that year. Following a revolt two 
decades later, in 1285, Archbishop Heinrich signed a peace treaty with the city 
stating that those who violated Jewish life and property would be punished. 

The entire Jewish community in Sinzig — where a branch of the Friesem 
family lived in the 19th and 20th centuries — was burned alive by a mob as 
they prayed in the synagogue in 1723. Some of the mob's ringleaders took the 
name of Judenbreter (Jew roasters) to show how proud they were. 

From 1279 to 1346 Jews lent money to the Koblenz city council, the Trier 
Archbishop and local nobility, Jews frequently received Mosel River bridge 
tolls. In 1307 the Koblenz Jewish community, led by a magistrate, was granted 
the rights of joint citizenship. Records show a Jew's gate (1282), a cemetery 
(1303) and a nursing home (1356). R. Asher ben Jehiel moved to Koblenz 
around 1282 and his older brother, Chaim, was the rabbi. Scribe Eliezer ben 
Samuel ha-Levi wrote a parchment Bible there in 1344. There were also Jewish 
settlements in Mayen (1349), Munstermaifeld, Cochem, Kobern, Karden and 
Sinzig (1200-1300). 

The year was 1349. People were suddenly stricken with boils and black 
patches. They vomited blood and dropped dead. The beginning of the Black 
Death pestilence brought more horrors and very hard times for the Rhineland 
Jews, who were made the scapegoats. They had caused it all, it was said. The 
Jews were accused of poisoning the wells, the food, even the air. Jewish 
doctors were accused of manufacturing the poison in Toledo, Spain, by 
compounding spiders, lizards, frogs, flesh and the hearts of Christians, mixed 
with the dough of the host. And people believed this! Another round of 
massacres of Jews would take place. 

On St. Bartholomew's Eve, a mob smashed into Koln's Jewish quarter, 
massacred the entire community, stole their property and set fire to many of 
the houses. Whatever was left was divided by the city and the Archbishop. In 
Koblenz, the Jews were expelled until 1351 and then allowed to return. Jewish 
property — especially their houses — was frequently confiscated beginning in 
1353 and sold by Archbishop Doemund, usually for the ruling Prince's benefit. 
In 1372, about 23 years after the pestilence, the Koln Archbishop and 
municipal authorities readmitted the Jews. However, they were again driven 
out of many cities, including Augsburg in Bavaria (where ancestors of the 
Hirsch family of Polch once lived). 

Most of the expelled Jews went to Eastern Europe. However, Jews 
continued to live in the German cities of Frankfurt-on-the-Main and Worms, 
as well as in the small villages around Koin such as Andernach, Bonn, Neuss 
(until 1462), Mulheim and Deutz. They were permitted into Cologne to trade 
but not to stay. Emperor Karl IV ordered that the Jew, Samuel, of Koblenz, 
receive protection in 1354. Two years later the Emperor granted Archbishop 
Boemund II of Trier the right to let Jews settle in his district. Jewish 
homeowners were again found in Koblenz beginning in 1366 and Symon the 
Jew even became the Archbishop's physician. 



Archbishop Otto drove out the Jews from the Koblenz area in 1418 and 
three years later gave the Jewish cemetery to the daughters of Gottfried Sack in 
a feudal estate, and the Jewish home on Burggasse to the Catholic Order of St. 
Florin. 

The division of Germany into innumerable rival principalities with 
conflicting and confusing politics explains why Jews were able to survive and 
maintain themselves there. 

Then, with the migration of Spanish and Portuguese Jews from the Iberian 
peninsula resulting from the Inquisition in 1492, new Jewish communities 
were established in the Rhineland. Family stories, especially among the 
Friesems and in Polch and Mertloch, indicate that many of our ancestors came 
to Germany at this time. The Jews had lived in Spain and Portugal since 
ancient times. 

In Kurkoln (the Koln region) a law was passed in 1504 against emigration. 
Five years later, in 1509, the Dominicans of Koln supported Johann 
Pfefferkorn, a Jewish apostate butcher, in his quest to get Emperor 
Maximillian to confiscate all "anti-Christian" Jewish literature. He was 
aiming to destroy the Talmud and its commentaries. Fortunately, the Emperor 
was convinced not to do this by the distinguished humanist, Johann Reuchlin. 
The Koln Dominicans unsuccessfully attacked Reuchlin's integrity and 
scholarship. Reuchlin was supported by Martin Luther. 

New Jewish settlements appeared in the neighboring Eifel starting in 1512. 
For example, the elector Richard admitted two Jewish families to Liitzel- 
Koblenz that year and let five other Jewish families live in Koblenz in 1518, 
where they received a charter and civil protection, only to be ordered to leave 
the city in 1583 and the electorate in 1592. 

Jews had to wear a Yellow Ring for identification in 1514, a degrading 
policy first proclaimed by Pope Innocent Ill's Fourth Lateran Council back in 
1215. In the 17th century a number of Jewish laws were promulgated, making 
their lives still more difficult. They found it hard to get decent jobs. In Koln 
every profession except glazier was forbidden to them. Beginning in 1555 and 
until 1771 the Archbishop of Trier issued regulations restricting Jews in his 
domain to pawnbrokerage and a few other limited occupations. The same 
applied to Koln, although some of these laws apparently could not really be 
enforced there. In the early 18th century they were permitted to become 
butchers and peddlers. Still, they could acquire no property although some 
Jewish people were able to own houses. 

Important Jewish communities existed in cities such as Bonn, Dusseldorf, 
Koblenz (where they were ordered to live on a Jew's street beginning in 1723 — 
renamed Mint Street in 1886 — and were not allowed to wear bright or 
expensive clothing) and Trier at this time. Most of the area's Jews, however, 
lived very hard lives in small villages and rural areas. 

The early modern Jewish community had a distinctive character like that 
of the communities of the earlier Middle Ages. It had self-rule and was 
autonomous in religious and economic matters, the exercise of police power, 
and the administration of religious and civil law (as It applied to Jews only). 
However, almost every German Jewish community developed independently and 
thus had its own special character, history and traditions. Most of the area's 
Jews had a very hard life until 1815. 

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On September 10, 1591 some Jews in Munstereifel were designated as 
being honest Jews. In 1597 Emperor John VII granted a Jewish firm 
permission to settle in Trier and Koblenz and to conduct trade with the East. 
Their religious center was in Frankfurt-on-the-Main. 

The elector, Lother von Metternich, issued an order in 1618 regulating the 
status of the area Jews. In the Julich villages there were some Jewish 
communities around 1648. They were threatened with expulsions in 1671, but 
nothing came of it. The number of Jewish homes in all of Julich mountain 
was limited to 60 families. The same thing happened in the Koln region and 
those Jews who were poor did not get a permit to remain. The reasons for 
expulsion were always financial. 

Around 1700 we began to have definite information about our ancestors 
who lived in the Polch-Mertloch-Munstermaifeld-Gappenach area near Mayen 
and Koblenz, in the Satzvey-Schwemheim-Flamersheim-Fiiesheim area near 
Euskirchen, and in the Burgbrohl and Niederzissen villages near Sinzig, 

The castle at Burgbrohl, where Friesem descendants must have worked as 
serfs, was first documented in 1093 by Count Palatinate Heinrich, in 
connection with the Abbey Foundation of Maria Laach. Volcodus de Bruhle 
was the first lord of the castle. In his coat-of-arms he had 14 red balls on a 
golden background. It was inhabited by the Archbishop of Trier in the 15th 
century and the castle was partly destroyed by French troops in 1689. It was 
rebuilt from 1712 to 1731 by Caspar Franz Edmund von Bourscheidt and his 
wife, Isabella Countess von Schaesberg - Kerpen. 

In 1723 a statute was enacted reestablishing the Jewiy in Koblenz and 
permitting them to have a rabbi. When the elector Wenceslaus made his 
public entry into Koblenz in 1786 the Jews said they wanted to participate in 
the ceremonies. On November 23, 1786 they held religious services in his 
honor and were received by him in an audience. 

Around 1800 the center of Jewish life was in the rabbinate of the Jewish 
communities. The job titles and the exact dates the following people held their 
rabbinate positions cannot be found as they were never published: 

Lazarus Wallich, Deutz (1654) 

Lewi Goldschmidt, Deutz and Bonn (1663) 

Michael Wallich, Bonn (son of Lazarus Wallich) (dates uncertain) 

Moyses Horn, Linz (1681-1696) 

Meyer zum [from) Goldstein, Bonn (1696-1716) 

His successor Is not known. Then the following served: 

Dr. Daniel Meyer M.D., Bonn (1733) 

Moses Kauffmann, Bonn (until 1751) 

Beyfuss Liebmann, Bonn (until 1778) 

Baruch Simon, Bonn and Mergentheim (until 1783) 

Dr. Moyses Wolff M.D., Bonn (personal physician to the rulers) 
(until 1794) 
The rabbinical synods of the Trier bishopric frequently met in Koblenz. 
They concerned themselves with education and communal welfare. The 
authority of the local rabbi extended over the entire region. A welfare 
organization was founded In 1772. The Memorbuch, begun in 1610, continued 
until 1850. It lists the names of the community leaders, many of whom were 
Talmudic scholars and physicians. Foremost among them were the Wallich 
family. Some of Koblenz's rabbis were: 



Moses Kohen ben Eliezer: author of Sefer Hasidim (1473) 
Wolf of Koblenz: he participated in the rabbinical convention in 

Frankfurt (1603) 
Judah Lob Heilbronn ben Abraham David Eliezer (1650) 
Jair Hayyim Bacharach (1666-1669) 
Moses Meir Grotwohl (1669-1691) 
Aaron Spira (1691-1697) 
Jacob Kohen Poppers (1697-1717) 
Eliezer Lipman (son of Isaac Benjamin Wolf) (1717-1733): tutor of 

Simon von Geldern, Heinrlch Heine's maternal grandfather 
Mannele Wallich (1733-1762) 
Hayyim Lob Gundersheim (late 1700's) 
Ben Israel (mid 1800 f s-November 6, 1876) 
Dr. Adolf Levin (1878-1885) 
Dr. M. Singer (1885-1901) 

There were also tribute collectors who played a local role in Bonn, 
Bornheim, Deutz, Kdnigswinter, Lechenich, Neersen, Rheinberg, Urdingen and 
Zeltingen. In 1776 these tributes were paid only in Bonn. 

In 1761 the local governments gained the power of permitting Jews to 
come into their communities. In Julich mountain the government had certain 
powers. Besides that there were a number of other communities which were 
able to admit Jews. These were Kdnigswinter (1577), Ahrweiler (1585), 
Kaiserswerth (1611), Budberg (1612), Endenich (1612), Demau (1617), Linz 
(1617), Schwarzsrheindorf (1617), Villich (1622) and Kessenich (1625). 

At the end of the 18th century the old regime came to an end. The power 
to expel all Jews from the Koln area that had come from the reigning monarch 
in 1787 could no longer be enforced. This shows that Jewish life in the 
country had become very strong, mainly because they had lived in the area for 
100 years and were economically integrated with the rest of the population, 
which was Christian. Most of the nobility now sided with the Jews and were 
negotiating for their rights. 

On September 27, 1791 Jews gained the common rights of citizenship and 
were freed from paying tribute to the nobility as a result of the French 
Revolution. In 1794 the Jews' gate in Koblenz was broken down and 
emancipation came to the Jews in 1797. Under French rule the Jews were 
readmitted to Koln in 1798. After 1802 the entire lower Rhineland territory 
was annexed to France and its Jews were treated exactly the same as French 
Jews. Documents, such as Lisette Hirsch's death certificate in Polch in 1810, 
were written in French (see page 12). Note also that most Jews were able to 
write only in Hebrew, as indicated by the signatures of Salomon Hirz from 
Lehmen (written in Hebrew: Lehmen Shlame Hirz) — the father of Adelheid 
Salomon — and Michael Hirsch (written in Hebrew: Hirsch ben Kimar [ Mister! 
Leib) on the birth certificate of Abraham "Baer" Hirsch (see page 11). [Abraham 
"Baer" Hirsch, the son of Michael Hirsch and Adelheid (Lehmen) Salomon, was 
born in Polch on May 20, 1808. His Hebrew name was Tzvi bar Levi.] After the 
annexation by France, all Jews' disabilities were removed and they became 
French citizens. (In 1806 Napoleon dissolved the Holy Roman Empire and 
most of the religious principalities. The armies of Friedrich Wilhelm III were 
crushed by Napoleon's lightning blows within days.) The Rhine and Moselle 
[French spelling] district Jewish assembly was held in Koblenz in 1808. 

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Under French rule the people were very poor. French writers 
Chateaubriand and Bonald philosophically opposed equality for the Jews. 
Peasants who were indebted to Jews told tales of brutality, Jewish usury and 
alleged avoidance of conscription. Eventually Napoleon spoke out against the 
Jews too, but those friendly to the Jews persuaded him to tone down his 
comments, 

A group of 1 12 of the leading Jews of France, Italy and Germany met with 
Napoleon in Paris. They discussed questions dealing with patriotism and 
religious matters and they pledged their loyalty to France and to Napoleon. 

In 1802, for the first time, there were complaints against the Jews in the 
area around Koln and in the Eifel. Farmers who were not well versed in 
business dealings claimed the Jews were taking advantage of them. These 
complaints caused the French officials in 1808 to take away the Jews' privilege 
of peddling and trading, thus making it very difficult for them to earn a living. 
The Jewish community in Koln in 1806 amounted to some 124 persons. 

Jews now had to go to public officials to get a permit which they called a 
Gewerbepatent (Andreas Friesem's Patent to be a cattle dealer in Burgbrohl in 
1808 appears on page 14, courtesy of the late Herbert Fraser.) This made it 
possible for the local officials, the rich Jewish families and their Christian 
competitors to exclude anyone without a Patent from peddling or trading. 

A law passed on July 20, 1808 forbade Jews from taking on extra family 
names and it stopped the ancient Jewish tradition of using as a legal name the 
person's first name followed by son of or daughter of (ben/bar or bat) and their 
father's first name. Thus Jews had to take on family names such as Hirsch, 
Herz, Faber, Anschel, Bender, Friesem, Oster, Minkel, Levy, Haas and Wolff, all 
of which appear in our family tree. Each Jew now had two names —- the 
traditional Jewish name, used for religious purposes, and the new, European- 
style name which appeared on all legal and civil documents. A list of the 1808 
Jewish family name changes appears in the section beginning on page 131. 

In 1811 the bank of Leopold Seligmann was founded in Koblenz and in 
1815 that of R.J. Goldschmidt opened for business. 

The Jews had salvaged their wealth from the 18th century and held on to 
it into the 19th century. The new regime took over the unpaid balance of the 
tribute which Jewish residents owed to the former monarch. The tribute was 
supposed to be forcibly collected and only those who were unable to pay were 
excused. Very few Jews, however, were relieved of the very heavy monetary 
contributions to the new regime. 

Following Napoleon's defeat at Waterloo, the great European powers met 
at the Congress of Vienna (1814-15) to restore the old regime, but the clock 
could not be wound back in Germany. In 1815 the Kingdom of Prussia took 
over the lower Rhineland (and Westphalia as well) but the government in Koln 
continued the right of Jews to peddle, which the French had forbidden them to 
do without a Patent. The Prussians retained the status of the Jews with all the 
restrictions as it was previously under the French in the Rhenish provinces 
even though Prussia had freed its own Jews in the Act of Confederation (1812). 
Prussian law made the Jews wards of the state. 

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Poor economic conditions of the Eifel region farmers was a situation 
created because of an agricultural depression and had no connection 
whatsoever with the Jews, The best protection for the farmers at this time 
would be an improvement in the general economic conditions. 

In Koblenz in 1819 anti-Semitic "Hep! Hep!" riots broke out. "Hep! Hep!" 
were the initials of Hierosolyma est perdita, the traditional an ti- Jewish slogan 
of the Crusade period. 

The Rhenish Parliament proposed that all the restrictive laws which were 
passed against the Jews should remain in force until 1837. Only after 1843 was 
the Rhenish Parliament ready to give Jews equality with the Christians in civil 
and political rights. The Liberals wanted full equality, but Prussian law from 
1847 only went part way, rescinding the restrictions on the Jews' ability to earn 
a living. However, they still prevented Jews from becoming military officers and 
teachers and did not give them the right to vote. These restrictions had no 
meaning in the lower Rhineland because the law restricting Jews from peddling 
had been removed earlier. 

The law now said that all Jews should belong to their synagogue 
communities. As a result, a lot of synagogue communities were founded in the 
area and they had to obey Parliament's laws and get permission of the 
Oberpresidium of the Rhine province. The synagogues received all the rights to 
govern all the Jews in their area. Whoever was elected leader represented Jews 
before the courts. These laws also regulated the operations of the synagogue 
communities. A synagogue was built in Koblenz in 1826 and a new one was 
dedicated there on January 24, 1851. 

On January 1, 1863 the Jewish Consortium in Bonn, stemming from the 
French occupation, was dissolved there and in Krefeld. After that each 
synagogue became independent. Only the supervision of the laws remained with 
the governing religious body. 

The emancipation of the Jews in the lower Rhineland was completed with 
the enactment of the laws of the North German Federation on July 3, 1869, 
Therein it states that all the old restrictions imposed on residents because of 
their religious beliefs were herewith ended. 

The house of Oppenheim — the important banking house and protector of 
the Jews — - moved to Koln from Bonn in the 19th century. 

Koln's and Koblenz's Jewish communities grew in size and importance 
during this era as these figures indicate: 

KflLN rCOLOGNE) 

1850: 1,235 
1885: 5,309 
1925: 16,093 



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KOBLENZ 

1808; 342 

1836: 242 

1849: 400 

1880: 558 

1901: 600 (1.33 % of the total population) 

1925: 709 (1.8 % of the total population) 

1929: 800 

1933: 609 

May, 1939: 308 

The Koln Jewish community kept a moderate course between Orthodox 
and Reform Judaism. Until 1857 the Koln Jewish community was ruled by the 
Bonn Consistory. In that year Israel Schwarz became its first rabbi, followed by 
Abraham Frank (1876-1917), Ludwig Rosenthal (assistant rabbi beginning in 
1879) and Adolf Kober (1918-1938), 

There were two synagogues in Koln — one on Glockengasse (built in 1861) 
and a larger one at Roonstrasse 50 (built in 1899). 

The emancipation lasted more than 60 years and the Jews were not 
molested. This peaceful period was shattered with the coming of the Nazi 
regime in 1933. 

Beginning in 1933 the Nazi boycott of Jewish stores began and Jews were 
constantly harassed. Jewish physicians and lawyers could only practice among 
themselves. In 1935 Hitler stripped German Jews of their citizenship. More and 
more restrictions were placed on the Jews and eventually they were not even 
allowed to drive cars or own cattle. 

Both of Koln's synagogues were destroyed on November 9-10, 1938 
(Kristallnacht). Synagogues in Koblenz, Polch, Mayen, Sinzig, Niederzissen, 
Flamersheim and Euskirchen were torched that night. All of Germany's 600 
synagogues were gutted with precision by the Gestapo's Storm Troopers and 
Nazis. Jewish businesses were sacked, property was destroyed and thousands of 
Jewish homes were raided. The Munstermaifeld synagogue, untouched on 
November 9, was destroyed by the town's Nazis on the morning of November 10, 

During the late stages of World War II, Lieutenant John Daniels' "War 
Diary" states that early on the morning of March 9, 1945 the U.S. Army's 738th 
Field Battalion's "forward parties move out ahead of the howitzers. We travel 
east for ten or fifteen miles to the 4th Armored Division CP. Here we get the 
news that the First Army to our north had captured the Remagen Bridge and 
that our Third Army troops are on the outskirts of Koblenz. Koblenz Is at the 
confluence of the Rhine and the Moselle, and is the first German city of 
consequence that we have encountered. The strategy for the 3rd Army now is to 
turn south, cross the Moselle again and dash down the west bank of the Rhine 
to Mainz where several bridges spanning this great river are still supposed to be 
standing. 

"We are instructed to go into position at Polch, facing south," he 
continues. "The idea is to fire harrassiag missions that will lead up to final 
artillery preparations for another river crossing. The familiar Red-Diamond 
shoulder patch of the 5th Division is soon filling the area. These river crossing 
specialists are to do the initial job again over their old friend the Moselle. 

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"We move out of Polch the next day and travel five miles south to 
Munstermaifeld — an old Gothic town that lies only two miles from the 

Moselle Munstermaifeld is located on a high ridge that parallels the 

Moselle. Our howitzers are put into position on the reverse slope of this ridge. I 
set up two dandy OPs [observation posts] on a high bluff overlooking the 
Moselle. From these vantage points we can spot the slightest tremor of action 
on the opposite bank. 

"In addition to my two river bank OPs, I establish a breathtakingly high 
OP on top of Munstermaifeld's double church steeple. This OP is a natural. It 
sticks up above town, by far the highest point for thirty miles around. It was 
used as an air raid spotters' post by the Krauts before we came so I don't feel 
too badly about our using it, church or no church. 

"When I try to get my men up these twin medieval towers that form the 
church spire," Lieutenant Daniels' writes, "I find that the only entrance is from 
inside the church and that the spiral staircase is closed and locked by a 
gigantic oak door. I pay a formal call on the village priest and ask him politely 
for the 'schlissel' to the big door. The padre speaks excellent English and after I 
have asked him for the key he solemnly hands it to me and 'hopes we will leave 
everything as we have found it when we depart.' I stammer something about 
this being total war and get out of his house and back to my men as soon as I 
can. I hate dragging the church into this mess. 

"Like most of Germany's municipal organizations, the Fire Department 
has been completely Nazifled. As a result, Munstermaifeld's Fire Department 
has had something new added to its archaic guild of fire fighters. The two fire 
engines which are hand-drawn affairs have not changed in the last fifty years, 
but the rest of the gear shows the Nazi touch. Modern army parade uniforms, 
Swastika flags and daggers and bayonets have replaced the old fire-fighting 
garb. 

"Amidst this mess of Nazi loot is the old Fire Department Guild Flag. A 
silk and gold-braid masterpiece that must have been the pride of the 
department on parades and ceremonies. It is not exactly legitimate loot, but it 
tempts me so much with its old-worldiness that I finally pick it up and 
carefully pack it away with the Nazi daggers and German army equipment I 
have so far accumulated." [In 1998, Jack Daniels and his wife Martha traveled 
back to Munstermaifeld and returned the Volunteer Firefighters' Guild Flag to 
the Fire Chief.] 

The battalion left the Munstermaifeld area on March 15, 1945 to displace 
across the Moselle River. 

A Jewish memorial was erected in Sinzig on Yom Hashoah in 1992 due to 
the efforts of Richard Meyer of London. Those present at the unveiling included 
Mr. and Mrs. Meyer, Dr. Heinz and Inge Kahn of Polch, Sinzig Mayor Robert 
Hesch and Rabbi Udit Kaiserslautern of Rheinpfalz. The memorial has Hebrew 
writing on top and a Mogen David on the bottom. It is inscribed in German: 



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HIER STAND DIE SYNAGOGE 
DIE AM 9 NOV 1938 DURCH DIE 

NAZIS ENTWIERT WURDE 

HERIGTUMNER UND SCHRIFTEN 

VERBRANNTEN 

WIR GEDENKEN DER 

OFFER UND VEROLGTEN 

DER JUDISCHEN GEMEINDE 

SIZING 

SCHALOM 

FRIEDE 

"One of the few, perhaps the only one, of the synagogues in Germany and 
at that the most beautiful one, was saved by the mayor of Ansbach (Franconia), 
who deceived the Nazis by staging a mock fire," Eugene Anschel told me on 
September 10, 1982, 

There was no way out but to leave — if the Jews could find a haven. But 
no country welcomed them. By mid- 1939 half of Germany's approximately 
500,000 Jews — about two per cent of the total population of the nation — 
had left the country. 

Many of them came to the United States to start new lives with the help of 
relatives who already lived there. Eugene Anschel was one of those who came to 
New York, where he authored three books in English on historical and 
political themes, The American Image of Russia, 1775-1917 (1974), American 
Appraisals of Soviet Russia, 1917-1977 (1978), and a political biography, Homer 
Lea, Sun Yat-Sen and the Chinese Revolution (1984, Praeger Publishing). 

World War II broke out and the Nazis deported the remainder of the Jews 
in 1942. All of the lower Rhineland Jewish communities were finished. 

From 1942 to 1943, 177 Jews were deported to the East from Koblenz and 
544 from the Bendorf-Sayn -Koblenz district, where a Jewish mental hospital 
was located. Only 22 Koblenz Jews survived the concentration camps. 

The horrors of the Holocaust have been recorded in many books, in motion 
pictures, on television, in plays and in official documents. All of us are familiar 
with them, but nothing is as close to us as the knowledge of those we knew 
personally who perished. To others — like me — who did not live in Nazi 
Germany, or to those who were born after World War II, the list of relatives in 
this book who perished under Hitler's fanaticism will bring unforgettable grief 
to our hearts. We must never let our descendants forget these people. 

The post World War II Jewish population of the Koblenz area — including 
the area around Polch — was: 

1945-46: 68 
1948: 78 
1963: 94 

Koblenz had 35 Jews in 1961 and only one Jewish family has lived in 
Polch since the end of World War II — Dr. Heinz and Inge Kahn (both 
concentration camp survivors), their children, and her deceased parents, 
Ludwig and Sophie (born Faber in Mertloch) Hein (also Holocaust survivors). 

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The late Julius Gunther, whose ancestors lived In Mayen, county seat for 
Polch, was the leader of the Koblenz Jewish community. He was succeeded by 
Dr. Heinz Kahn, who holds that post today. 

Trude Kahn of Polch, daughter of Dr. Heinz and Inge Kahn, was married to 
Abraham Joseph Lehrer on Tuesday, September 15, 1981 in the rebuilt 
synagogue on Koln's Roonstrasse. 

The Polch synagogue on Ostergasse, was restored under the leadership of 
Mayor Hans Baulig, who consulted not only with Dr. Kahn, but also with me 
and he asked me to gather information from the members of the former Polch 
Jewish community around the world who were still alive in the early 1980s. 
This is discussed in the next chapter. 

The ancient traditions hang on, but with few to continue them. 

Occasionally, some of those who fled in the 1930s and some of their 
descendants have returned to visit their ancestral homeland. 

Alba Arboleda Gross — the granddaughter of Olga Herz Siegel from Polch, 
who died in Lima, Peru in 1978 — received a BA degree in English literature 
and film history from the University of California at Santa Barbara and an MA 
degree in communications from Stanford University, She lives in Surrey, British 
Columbia, Canda, with her husband, Michael, and she has worked as a 
television news reporter for KSBW (NBC), a film editor, technical writer and 
editor* 

"Going to Germany in 1964," Alba Arboleda Gross told me, "was an 
emotional experience for my mother [Marie Ruth Siegel Arboleda, who was born 
in Koblenz in 1925] -— who had escaped in 1937 with most of her family to 
places as disparate as Peru, England, and the United States. In 1964 she 
returned to Metternich, the little village outside Koblenz where her father, 
Nimar Siegel, had once owned a pharmacy, where she had grown up. 

"It was a charming place, sitting on the banks of the Mosel River. 
Orchards and houses and shops hundreds of years old. We wandered tyhrough 
the village to the banks of the river. My mother pointed out the school house 
where her teacher had (somewhat mockingly) ordered the children to do math 
problems calculating the fortune "Herr Hitler" was amassing through sales of 
Mein Kampf. Where she had been gently told that it was unnecessary for her to 
say "Heil Hitler" at the start of class. She stood at the edge of a cherry orchard 
and told us how she and all the other school children would steal ripe cherries 
on their way home from classes. 

"Spying an elderly gentleman making his way through the cherry trees, she 
told me to go down and ask him if he would sell us a bag of cherries. I went up 
to the old man and in my stammering German asked to buy some cherries. He 
stared at me with his head cocked to one side. He looked up to where my 
mother stood and then looked back at me. Taking me by the hand he led me up 
to the road and, in a stern voice, spoke to my mother: 'Marie-Ruth, you come 
home after all these years and you don't say hello?' 

"In 1964 I was ten. My mother had been 11 when she had left in 1937. 
Somehow, although I am darker complected than my mother, he had seen the 

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child she had been in the child I was. Haltingly, he asked about her family and 
was moved to hear they had escaped. He then took her by the hand and led her 
back into town, calling to the shopkeepers to come out, to see Marie -Ruth 
Siegel, all grown up. 

"And out they came, crowding around her. One of them ran to get the 
butcher. The butcher was now in his 60s; he had been a young man when she 
left — the only other Jew in town. He told us his story — how the entire town 
had cnspired to protecxt him for seven long years. Lying to the Gestapo over 
and over. Insisting there were no Jews in their town. 

"I have a picture of our family standing with my mother's childhood 
friends, the butcher, his neighbors in front of what had once been her father's 
drug store. 

"This story is important because it reminds people that small town bonds 
are often the strongest," Alba concluded. 

However, the Jewish communities and their social life that existed in the 
Lower Rhineland and alongside and near the Mosel River for centuries before 
the Holocaust are probably gone forever, destroyed by a manical regime the 
likes of which must never again be allowed to resurface and gain power. 



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CHAPTER THREE 

OUR FAMILY HISTORY 



Four areas of West Germany — one in Bavaria, the other three reasonably 
close to each other in the lower Rhineland-Eifel-Mosel area — are the starting 
points for the detailed story of our related families, including the Hirschs, 
Herzs (of Polch), Herzs (of Schweinheim and Flamersheim), Fiiesems, Fabers, 
Wolffs, Levys, Anschels, Haimanns and Benders. 

Augsburg, Bavaria 

Loeb Hirsch of Augsburg, Bavaria was the father of Michael (Levy) Hirsch, 
who was born in that city around 1763 and who died in Polch on July 7, 1848 
at the age of 86. 

Augsburg, according to tradition, had one of the earliest Jewish 
communities in Germany, dating back to the time of Jesus in Roman times. 
The first written reference to Jews in Augsburg dates back to 1212 and there are 
records of a viable community, including a synagogue, cemetery, ritual bath, 
and a wedding and dance hall by 1290. 

Mainly restricted to money lending and meat and wine trading, the Jews 
lived amicably with the other Augsburg residents and, therefore, were not 
persecuted. However, only a few of the city's Jews managed to escape from the 
massacres of the Black Death panic which hit the city in 1348. 

From that time until 1806 the history of the Augsburg Jews is one of 
repeated persecutions, expulsions and readmissions to the city. They were 
forced to wear the "Jew badge" from 1434 to 1436. After 1540 Jews could stay in 
the city no longer than a day and a night and they had to pay one "sechser" to 
the officer who accompanied them. Beginning in 1751 they could purchase for 
1,100 gulden each year the privilege of free admission to the city in order to 
trade. 

Only during times of war could they remain in Augsburg for protection. So 
it was towards the end of the Seven Years War (1756-1763) that Michael (Levy) 
Hirsch was born in Augsburg. However, after the war Loeb Hirsch and his 
family probably had to wander about the surrounding countryside once more. 

I do not know anything about any other members of Loeb HirscrTs family 
at this time, but Michael (Levy) Hirsch settled in Polch, near Koblenz and 
Mayen, around 1790 and, according to family tradition, was the first Jew in the 
town. He was nicknamed "Loeb's Michael" or "Loeb's Levy." He married Adelheid 
Salomon (also known as Adel Schlaum) from Lehman on the Mosel (c. 1764- 
1838). They lived in the Stammhaus on Kloppel Strasse. 



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Polch 

The village of Polch dates back to Roman times and the many findings of 
archeological treasures on the Trier-Koblenz Roman road confirm this. The 
town's name comes from the Celts. It first appears in 1052 when Trier's 
Archbishop, Eberhard, and Count Walram from Arlons mentioned Polch in a 
property exchange designed to improve the condition of the Maifelder Cloisters. 
The Trier city government donated new property in Policha in Bago Meneueldensi 
to the nearby village of Munstermaifeld in the same year.Polch is also 
mentioned in documents as Policho, Pulch, Polche, Polesha, Polichas and Bultcha. 

There were disputes between the church and the nobility over tribute to be 
paid, visiting rights and taxes. At this time the seat of power appeared to be in 
Munstermaifeld and then by the lord of Kobern and later by the Counts of 
Virneburger. 

Like many other settlements at that time, Polch was fortified with a wall 
surrounded by moats filled with water. The present Lasporte Strasse is a 
remnant of the western exit. Besides the church's possessions, many 
prominent people owned property in Polch, including the Knights from Eltz, 
Pyrmont, Bassenheim, Schoneck, Girsenach, der Layen, Naunheim and 
Mertloch. Two members of a Polch family — Johannes and Theodorich — were 
knighted in 1263. The Burg Strasse begins at the site of their castle. 

The main building in Polch is the Pfarrkirche (Church) with its twin spires 
and clock, located on the Marketplace opposite the twice-enlarged City Hall. 

Prior to about 1790, the small number of Jews in the area had lived under 
the protection of the nobility, particularly the Duke of Eltz, who lived in a 
castle on Burg Eltz by the Elzbach River. Graf [Count] Hugo Philipp zu Eltz 
was treated as an emigrant during the French occupation of the area from 1794 
to 1815. His property was confiscated by the French commander of Koblenz and 
he was called "citizen count Eltz." However the Graf was able to hide in Mainz 
and regained his estate in 1797 and became sole owner of the castle in 1815. 
Meanwhile, the newly emancipated Jews lived at first in the villages and 
hamlets around Burg Eltz — in Wierschem and Munstermaifeld (and, possibly, 
in Keldung and Lasserg) and then in Mertloch. Finally, with the arrival of 
Michael (Levy) Hirsch, they lived in Polch as well. Jews could only settle in a 
village where they would be admitted by the Mayor and the townspeople. 

Before we continue with the family story, let us take a look at each of the 
villages surrounding Polch in which our ancestors lived. 

Wierschem 

The earliest known information about the town of Wierschem dates from 
about the year 1 100 and has been gathered from ancient living quarters and 
remnants of Roman fortifications excavated in 1966. 

During the Middle Ages Wierschem belonged to the Eltzer reigning lords, 
who always mentioned the town. The town priest also represented the 
residents. In 1372 the knight, Johann von Eltz, bequeathed an eternal light in 
memory of a relative who was slain in anger by another relative. The knight 
proposed that Wierschem should obtain a Papal letter of reprieve for the killing. 

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In 1680 twelve families lived there. By 1858 the population rose to 350, 
and of these 17 were Jewish, one was Evangelical, and the remainder were 
Roman Catholics. 

Bordering on Wierschem is the Eltzer property with the beautifully located 
romantic castle of the old noblemen — a powerful fortress, bustling with 
towers and pinnacles above the trees. During the Middle Ages many prominent 
people, including priests, lords of the castle, deacons, archdeacons, lords of the 
tower, abbots, bishops, archbishops, knights, marshalls and probst managers 
came from their ranks. It is today a popular tourist site. 

For many years Jews lived in Wierschem and areas near the castle, paying 
tribute to the nobility in return for their protection and safety. The ancient 
Jewish cemetery was located on the castle property and several gravestones 
which survived the Holocaust are located on the mountain slopes of Burg Eltz. 
The Marx family lived in Wierschem and the gravestones of at least two of them 

— Simon Marx [Pinchas ben Kolonymus] (born in Wierschem in 1820 and died 
in Munstermaifeld in 1914) and his wife, Ottilde Marx, born Benedickt [Odel 
bat Meir] (born in Kirchberg around 1826 and died in Munstermaifeld in 1894) 

— are inscribed in Hebrew in the Mertloch cemetery, 

Munstermaifeld 

The old town of Munstermaifeld is located on a high plateau in the upper 
Maifeld. 

Relics from the Stone Age and the Celtic culture have been found, 
indicating previous civilizations lived there. The Romans had a community 
there because skeletons and many other relics were excavated in 
Munstermaifeld in 1966 and 1967. The tower of the Miinster Church was 
originally part of the town's fortifications. 

The Celts named their settlement AmbiUvum, or those who lived around 
the mountain slopes. The Catholic clergy who lived in the monastery gave the 
town its present name. A few buildings containing the offices and living 
quarters of the clergy and a big hall with a wine cellar still stand from the old 
cloister. One structure was destroyed by fire in 1914. 

Munstermaifeld still has the beautiful Miinster Church, which was built 
in 1225 and was consecrated by Archbishop Balduin in 1322. 

The records of the high court in the Middle Ages, which had the power over 
life and death, tell of the severe and cruel penalties for lawbreakers. Included 
are the sad disposition of 24 cases of witchcraft involving eight men and 18 
women who, after a lengthy trial, were executed. Eight came from 
Munstermaifeld, and the rest from Hatzenport, Lof, Lehmen, Mayen, 
Metternich, Wierschem, Kuttig, Kalt and Neuhof. 

The town saw destruction several times during the past few centuries. Very 
little is left from the riches of the monastery, which was dissolved by the troops 
of the French Revolution, who then auctioned off its contents. 

Many prominent people, including artists, doctors, lawyers and scientists, 
were born in Munstermaifeld. 

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Among the Jews who lived In Munstermaifeld was Salomon Herz, a dealer, 
who was born there In 1750, later married Sara Binnes of Cochem, and lived 
with his family in Polch until his death on August 4, 1836. Other Jewish 
families living in the town were the Bender, Dewald, Oster t Kaufman and Marx 
households. Many of their gravestones are in the Mertloch cemetery, 

Julie Oster (1822-1850), the daughter of Isaac Oster and Juliane Leib (or 
Loeb) Oster of Munstermaifeld married the bookbinder, Moses Herschel of 
Bonn. Their son, Julius Franz Herschel (born in Munstermaifeld in 1844), was 
a great merchant in Bonn, where he died in 1920. Julius Franz Herschel's son 
was Max Herschel, president of the Bonn synagogue and a political writer. The 
cover of a book he wrote appears on page 24. 

There is a story about the Dewald children in the 1991 Heimatsbuch des 
Kreises Mayen-Koblenz (Page 140), It tells that little Joseph Dewald from the 
Munstermaifeld was one of two brothers — the other one was Fritz Dewald — 
who were called the "Wasserturmsjuden" (water tower Jews]. Both were 
bachelors and cattle dealers. They would have loved to have another brother. 
One day, shortly before 1900, they went to a midwife for a little brother and 
they asked her if they could have another child. She replied, "I'm sorry. At the 
moment we have only Christian children." "Oh," Joseph replied, "that doesn't 
make any difference. Bring us one of them and we'll make a Jew out of him!" 

The Munstermaifeld synagogue on hilly Severus Strasse was destroyed by 
the Nazis on Kristallnacht in November, 1938. Today, only the stone walls and 
twisted metal frames still stand — a stark reminder of Hitler's brutality. 

The late Felix Kaufrnann, son of Alexander Kaufrnann and Selma Treidel 
Kaufrnann, emigrated to Buenos Aires, Argentina in 1939, where he was the co- 
founder of a community, "Nueva comunidad Israelita." In 1990 he became the 
organization's First Vice President. It's a small community of "more or less 600 
families" founded in 1940 by German Jewish refugees. 

"A month ago," Felix wrote to me on September 13, 1994, "we had a 
meeting of the group which emigrated to Argentina 55 years ago, as a part of a 
program of the youngsters' association "Bund." This was quite an outstanding 
event within the black history of Nazism, by which the life of 60 young Jews (I 
was among them) was saved, by coming to Argentina." 

Mertloch 

Mertloch, where the Jewish cemetery is located, had town walls erected in 
the 12th century. The discovery of remnants of stone tools in 1936 as well as 
Franco Roman burial grounds and a fifth century Frank settlement indicate 
how old the village is. 

Records from the year 934 show the town referred to as Marttliacum, 
Mertilacha and Mertelec. After many years of fighting, it became free from 
Munstermaifeld in 1318. Many Mertloch citizens are named in the land records 
of the Middle Ages. 

After the Black Death pestilence and war, Mertloch had but 19 families in 
1638, living near its one muddy street. Today, about 1,000 people live there. 

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Several Jewish families lived In Mertloch before the Holocaust. They were 
the Faber, Minkel, Wolff (Wolf) and Platz families. The Faber name was given to 
the family by their employer, a Gentile farmer named Faber in the nearby 
village of Einig. The farmer gave the Jew Faber an extra 1 ,000 hafers for taking 
on the name, according to family-tradition. The Minkel name comes from the 
Minkelfeld near Polch, Mrs. Inge Kahn, daughter of the late Ludwig and Sophie 
(born Faber in Mertloch) Hein, today lives at Maifeld Strasse 2 in Polch with 
her husband, the veterinarian, Dr. Heinz Kahn. Mr. and Mrs. Hein, now both 
deceased, and Dr. and Mrs. Kahn miraculously survived the horrors of the 
concentration camp. 

The Mertloch synagogue was sold in 1928-1930 to a Mr. Pauly and today it 
is an apartment house. The Jewish population had declined so much at that 
time that the community could no longer maintain it. Following the sale of the 
synagogue, Mertloch's Jews prayed in the Polch synagogue, two kilometers 
away. 

Gappenacfr 

There are a lot of stories about the history of Gappenach, a little village 
located in a valley between Polch and Munstermaifeld. The Celtic name, 
Gappintacum, comes from the name of the Roman, Gappius. It was also called 
Gappinus and Roman villas and Franklsh graves have been unearthed in a 
number of places. 

In 1257 a large herd of sheep was left by its owner to his heirs. In the early 
1300s a noble family, which had a crest of three silver lillies, lived in 
Gappenach. 

Variations of the name — Gapinacha, Gabnach, Gappnach and Gabbenach 
— are found in documents. 

During the Middle Ages Gappenach was recognized as a free village which 
was declared independent from any court because the emperor was named high 
judge. A well-known bell foundry was located here at that time, where metal 
utensils were also manufactured. Emperor Ludwig, the Bavarian, gave control 
of the village to Count Heinrich von Virneburg in 1338. In 1589 it came under 
the rule of the high court in nearby Munstermaifeld. 

There were 49 houses In Gappenach in 1830 with 260 inhabitants among 
them were the family of Isaak (c. 1801- 1863) and Rosa Wolff Levy (c. 1803- 
1875). Their narrow, three story house with orange brick facing around front 
doors and edges of the cement-finished structure, today bearing the number 6, 
still stands. In 1980, 221 people lived in the village. 

Ocfrtendung 

In Ochtendung, where a Jewish family Wolff lived, records date back to 
963. It is known that Julius Caesar destroyed the Usipeter and Tenkterer tribes 
who lived there before he crossed the Rhine River near Urmitz. 

The Frankish king, Theodorich (511-553), supposedly lived there at 
Castellum OctLnya. 

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Mrs. Renate Severin, who lives in Ochtendung today and with whom I met 
in 1987, wrote an article,' Verwehte Spuren - Die Geschichte der Ochtendunger 
Juden," in the 1993 Heimatsbuch des Kreises Mayen-Koblenz, In her article, she 
states that there were two social groups of Jews in the Maifeld. The western 
group had their ancient graves in the forest of the Counts of Eltz ("Eltzer 
Wald") near their castle, Burg Eltz. Until 1879 the eastern group buried their 
dead in the forests of the Counts of Bassenheim ("graflich Bassenheimer 
Wald"). After that year the allotted land became overcrowded so that new 
Jewish cemeteries were established in Bassenheim and Ochtendung. 

After World War II, Herbert Hermann Sussmann, Jakob and Ida 
(Froehling) Sussmann's son, returned from the concentration camp as 
Ochtendung's sole Jewish survivor. He moved away in 1957. 

Pillig 

Family Haas lived in Pillig, near Naunheim and Mertloch. Queen Richeza 
from Poland bequeathed the cloister Brauweiler on July 18, 1051, on an estate 
in Puleco, which today is called Pillig. 

Nearby is Castle Pyrmont, which came into the possession of the Eltz 
family following the death, in 1526, of the last Pyrmont knight. Later, Waldbott 
von Bassenheim took it over and the French destroyed the castle in 1800. It 
served as a quarry until two architects from Dusseldorf restored the castle 
around 1960. 

During World War I, Albert (Avraham) Haas of Pillig was killed in action 
while fighting against Russia. [The Haas family of Pillig Is not related to the 
Haas family that lived in Polch.] 

Naunheim 

Naunheim, near Mertloch, was named for the first time in 1210 as VUla 
Neuenheim. My great great grandmother, Johanna "Senna" Hirsch (born Wolff), 
was born there in 1806 and died in Polch on February 4, 1852, although her 
parents — Josef Wolff (c. 1770-1837) and Maria Anna Samuel (c. 1780-1837) 
— lived in Gappenach. In 1880 Viktor and Riffke (Rebekka) — a brother and a 
sister — lived in Naunheim. 

The next-to-the-last house in Naunheim on the road to Mertloch 
[Maifelderstrasse] was the residence of Alfred Gartner's father, Meyer. Flowers 
and plants were in front of the house in 1987. Once, when the Bishop from 
Trier visited the little town, the Gartners put up a sign in front of their home 
which read, "Bin ich auch nur ein Israelite, ear ich doch den Bischqf mit" ("Even 
though I am a Jew, I also honor the Bishop [on his visit to Naunheim]." It will 
be noted later In this chapter that Hermann (Chaim) Friesem did the same 
thing when the Bishop visited the town of Burgbrohl. Today, 609 people live in 
Naunheim. 

Bwg guts and Mgitlpch Jewish Cemeteries 

Religious services were held in a Jewish home in most villages and the 
Jews buried their dead in a cemetery on the slopes of Burg Eltz, outside of 
Wierschem. No one of the current elder generation of Jews — and my mother is 
the oldest living Jew from the area — had ever been to that cemetery, which 
was said to be a rather large and ancient one. Dr. Heinz Kahn of Polch and I 

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searched the muddy slopes of the mountain for this cemetery on the rainy 
morning of Tuesday, October 27, 1981 until we finally found, in a clearing, a 
single gravestone, inscribed entirely in Hebrew, which neither of us could 
decipher. 

Back home in New York, I asked four rabbis and several other religious 
Jewish neighbors to study photographs I had taken of the single gravestone. 
Prior to taking the photographs, Dr. Kahn and I had spent quite a bit of time 
cleaning off the gravestone so that -: the Hebrew letters would be as clear as 
possible. Nevertheless, because there were no spaces between the words and 
because some of the letters have been worn out with age (the stone must date 
from before 1860), no one could translate all of the 15 lines. There was general 
agreement that this was a stone for a prominent Jewish woman from Polch 
named Sara bat Yehudah, who died on the day before Passover 5624 [1844]. 
However, in checking through the names of the few Jewish women from the 
three Jewish families which lived in Polch between 1790 and 1860 (the Hirsch, 
Herz and Anschel families), there is no way at that time to identify whose 
gravestone this is. 

On a subsequent visit to Burg Eltz and its museum in 1987, Dr. Kahn, my 
daughters, Gail and Helene, and I, located several more gravestones there and I 
took many photographs of the tombstones. Back home in New York, several 
rabbis and my cousin, Josef Friesem, who lives in Israel, translated most of the 
epitaphs. The late Klaus H.S. Schulte also visited the ancient cemetery with 
Dr. Kahn. Lists of the Burg Eltz and other gravestones appear in the cemeteries 
section of this book. 

A newer Jewish cemetery, opened around 1860 in Mertloch, replaced the 
older one in Burg Eltz. During the Holocaust it was vandalized. Many of the 
gravestones were overturned and damaged. Many nameplates were removed or 
destroyed by the Nazis. Today it contains 118 gravestones, 76 of which had 
legible epitaphs in 1981. The cemetery is nicely maintained by a local caretaker 
from Mertloch, who relocated some of the gravestones "to make it look neater" 
in 1971 (and this greatly angered Sophie Hein when she visited the cemetery 
with me in that year and discovered the rearrangement). 

More About the *fews Qf the MteifeW (PPtefr, MtertlQCrtit MfingtcradftMtf.) 

Let us return now to Polch, where Michael (Levy) Hirsch settled with his 
wife, Adelheid, and became a dealer (handelsman). They had three children — 
the cattle dealer Jakob (Jehudah) Hirsch ("Loeb's Jakob') (c. 1800-1882), the 
shoemaker Abraham "Baer" (Tzvi) Hirsch ("Loeb's Baer"), born May 20, 1808, 
died January 1, 1883, and Lisette Hirsch, who died at 7 p.m. on May 6, 1810 at 
the age of 17. [Abraham Hirsch's birth certificate is on page 12 and Lisette 
Hirsch's death certificate is on page 13,] Jakob Hirsch married twice. His first 
wife, to whom he was wed on November 2, 1830 — and the mother of their five 
children —was Johanna "Selma" Hirsch, born Wolff (c. 1806-1852). Thus the 
Hirsch family of Polch and the Wolff family of Mertloch are linked. 

Strangely, and particularly because they are so closely related to my 
mother's fernily, the details of two of Jakob Hirsch's five children are 
incomplete. The oldest child was Salomon Hirsch, my great grandfather 
(November 26,1831-June 28, 1893). Regina Hirsch, the second child, was born 

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on August 18, 1834 and she died 22 months later, on July 1, 1836. Isaac 
Hirsch, their second son, was born In Polch on May 16, 1836 and he died as a 
bachelor in New York on March 1, 1890. Josef Hirsch was born on August 3, 
1839. He lived in Richmond, Virginia, where he worked for his older brother, 
Isaac, and he returned to Polch, where he died of a liver ailment on October 17, 
1877. Eva Hirsch, the youngest child, was born in Polch on November 23, 1842. 
Nothing more is known about her. I suspect she may have migrated to the 
United States and probably was the mother of the children in the photograph 
mentioned below. 

Isaac Hirsch, the second of Jakob and Johanna's three sons, came to the 
United States in the 1860s, probably to New York City, where an extensive 
check of census records and city directories indicates five Isaac Hirschs, 
including one who was in the fancy goods business at 427-1/2 Eighth Avenue 
from about 1864 until 1866. 

We know for sure that Isaac Hirsch went to Richmond, Virginia. There, on 
January 2, 1866, he was granted a deed of trust by Henry Klaber and Louis 
Zeimer, who were "merchants and partners" in Henry Klaber and Company, a 
firm consisting of two stores dealing in fancy dry goods. According to the deed, 
on file in the Richmond Chancery Court's record room in the Court House 
basement at 800 East Marshall Street, the firm could not pay its debts ten 
months after the Confederates fled the city at the end of the Civil War. So, 
Isaac Hirsch agreed to pay $5 for the deed to sell the stock of the two stores, 
listed on 34 handwritten pages, amounting to $14,735.02 at 106 Main Street 
and $21,173.22 at 227 Broad Street, and debts of $1,920.87 owed to the 
business by 36 firms and individuals. The total value of the inventory and 
accounts receivable, therefore, was $37,829.11, As part of the agreement, Isaac 
Hirsch was to pay off Henry Klaber and Company's debts of $25,600.69, owed 
to 29 individuals and businesses. Isaac Hirsch further agreed that if he should 
sell the merchandise for a sum greater than its retail value, that additional 
money would be given to Mr. Klaber and Mr. Zeimer. So, for a payment of $5, 
he was able to earn up to $12,228.42 a large sum of money in those days! 
Among the stores' items listed in the inventory were cloaks, cotton tape, shirts, 
scarfs, soap, gloves, sewing silk, butterflies, "crape," pin cushions, hoods, 
"shaws," rack pins (various sizes) and black velvet. The items were "...at this 
time, for the most part, unseasonable and unsalable, and if imposed to sale 
now by public auction, would not bring more than twenty-five per cent upon 
their cost..." 

Isaac Hirsch operated his own trimmings, millinery and fancy goods 
business in Richmond at 831 East Broad Street (corner of 9th Street) in 1869, 
at 1208 East Main Street from 1874 until 1878, and at 6 Governor Street in 
1879. His younger brother, Joseph, is listed in old city directories as a clerk in 
the business from 1875 to 1878. [City directories were always a year behind the 
date they were printed.] He returned to Polch, where he died on October 17, 
1877, and he is buried in the cemetery in Mertloch. 

In 1870 Isaac Hirsch wrote a letter of congratulations to his brother, my 
great grandfather, Salomon Hirsch, on the birth of his son, Gustav Hirsch, in 
the Stammhaus on Kloppel Strasse in Polch on March 9, 1870. Isaac asked his 
brother to come to the United States where he could become wealthy, rather 
than remain in Polch and deal in cattle. That letter and all other items dealing 

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with Isaac Hirsch -including a picture of the family (there were three children - 
-and one or two of them were boys — sitting on a stoop, wearing high button 
shoes) which used to hang in Adelheid and Klara Hirsch's house on Oster 
Gasse — were burned when the Hirschs fled Polch for the United States in the 
late 1930s. On the basis of what is known about Jakob and Johanna Hirsch's 
five children, the three children in that photograph had to be Eva's children. 
However, her married name is not known — she did not marry in Polch — nor 
does the Polch Standesamt have any other records for her. So, the identity of 
these three "cousins in America" probably will remain a mystery forever. 

Mr. Meyer Greentree III, archivist of the Beth Ahabah Congregation in 
Richmond, has records which show that Isaac Hirsch was a dues paying 
member of the reform synagogue from October 1, 1876 until September 1, 1879. 

After 1879 no record of Isaac Hirsch was located by me anywhere in the 
United States in a five-year search in various archives. He apparently left 
Richmond, for he is not buried in its Hebrew Cemetery, nor does his business 
appear in later city directories. Although he lived in Richmond in 1870, neither 
Isaac Hirsch nor any members of his family were listed in that year's census, 
and I checked the actual census for that city in Its entirety several times. 

On July 11, 1985 — a week after my wife and I were forced to cancel our 
European trip because my 88-year-old mother had fallen and suffered a 
fractured leg — I decided to search for Isaac Hirsch's grave In various old 
Jewish cemeteries here in New York City. I decided to visit Salem Fields 
Cemetery in the Cypress Hills section of Brooklyn when the office personnel 
there told me that four Isaac Hirschs were buried there. I could not find the 
first one's tombstone. When I went to the second plot I found a large 
horizontal gravestone covering the grave. On it was written: "In Memory of 
Isaac Hirsch, born in Polch, Prussia. Died on March 1, 1890. After a five year 
search I had found him! 

The cemetery office informed me the only information they had on file was 
that he died at the Montefiore Home for the Chronic Invalids on Grand 
Boulevard [now called Amsterdam Avenue] and 138th Street in Manhattan, 
which is now Montefiore Hospital in the Bronx, New York. I found Isaac 
Hirsch's death certificate in the New York City Hall of Records on Chambers 
Street in Manhattan. His death certificate indicates he died of tuberculosis of 
the lungs and tuberculosis and peritonitis of the abdominal cavity at 11:30 pm 
on March 1, 1890. His physician was Dr. Max Rosenthal, who had treated him 
since January 5, 1890, last saw him alive earlier on the date of death. Isaac 
Hirsch is listed as being a salesman, single and his age, 40, is incorrect — it 
was actually 53 — perhaps because no next-of-kin is indicated and Dr. 
Rosenthal estimated it. Isaac Hirsch's resdience, prior to having been admitted 
at Montefiore, is listed as 240 East 62nd Street (between Second and Third 
Avenues) in Manhattan. The death certificate indicates he had lived in the 
United States for 35 years [since approximately 1855] and in New York City for 
ten years [since about 18801. Isaac Hirsch was buried at Salem Fields Cemetery 
on March 4, 1890 and K. Reis, 525-27 East 11th Street in Manhattan was the 
funeral director. 

The April 1, 1890 New York City Police Census — the only one available 
since the 1890 U.S. Census was destroyed in a fire — indicates six people lived 
at 240 East 62nd Street: Frederick, Caroline, Augusta, William and Elfrida 
Nahr, and Magie Mahoney. No one named Eva is listed. 

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There are three links between the Hirsch family of Polch and the Friesem 
family of Burgbrohl. Salomon Hirsch, my great grandfather, was married to 
Johanna (Handel) Friesem (1836-1908). My grandfather, Hermann Hirsch 
("Loeb's Hermann")( 1864- 1929) was married to Henriette Friesem (1866-1905) 
and they and their eight children lived in a two-story house at Pastoren 
Strasse 180 [now Pastoren Strasse 7 and occupied in 1981 by Heinz-Peter and 
Ursula (born Weckbecker) Gerhard]. Johanna Hirsch was Henriette Hirsch's 
mother-in-law as well as her cousin. My mother's yougest sister, born Selma 
Hirsch in Polch on October 4, 1901, was the wife of Walter Friesem (1900- 
1970), who was also her distant cousin. Gustav and Paula Simon Hirsch, 
Hermann's brother and sister-in-law, lived in the Hirsch Stammhaus on 
Kloppel Strasse with their five children until they fled to New York in 1938. 

Many stories about my grandfather, Hermann Hirsch, are still told on the 
streets and in the taverns of Polch. I heard "Loeb's Hermann said this.-./' or 
"Loeb's Hermann did that...." several times during my visits to Polch. Other 
residents told me about my cattle dealer grandfather's business dealings. 

My mother's older brother, Dr. Moritz Hirsch, PhD., wrote his thesis, Das 
Dreistadiengesetz Auguste Comtes und die Religion (Auguste Comte's Law of the 
Three Stages and the Religion), at the University of Koln in 1922 (volume 24, 
February 1922, 117 pages, 4°, typewritten). In 1914, Moritz Hirsch was a 
teacher in Munstereifel. In the 1930s he fled Polch and settled in Rio de 
Janeiro, where he died in 1962. Unfortunately, he did not keep in contact with 
his sisters and brothers from 1937 until his death, and all efforts to reestablish 
communication with him — including one of my attempts — proved futile. 

My mother, born Sibilla Hirsch in Polch on April 17, 1897, migrated to 
New York in 1928 (two years after her brother, Max, and one year before her 
cousin, Claire — daughter of Gustav and Paula Hirsch — with whom my 
mother lived in New York), where in she met my father, Joseph Hoenig (born 
October 17, 1900), a tailor from Falkenau, Bohemia, at a Simchas Torah party 
in 1935 at the German Jewish club in the Yorkville section of Manhattan. They 
were introduced by Otto Lederer (who had been Bar Mitzvahed in Falkenau), 
and his wife, Helen Wolf Lederer from Mertloch. My parents were married on 
March 31, 1936. My mother died in New York on December 26, 1987 and my 
father passed away in New York on January 22, 1991, both at the age of 90, I 
was born on May 19, 1937 in the Bronx, New York City, and I have earned a 
bachelors degree in history and a masters degree in history and education, both 
from Queens College. I was a social studies teacher at Parsons Junior High 
School 168 Queens from September, 1958 until July, 1991, when I retired, and 
I worked as a reporter in the summers for the now-defunct Long Island Press of 
the Newhouse chain. I met my wife, Doris Lovett (born October 5, 1942),at my 
school, where I she taught French. She later taught French at William Cullen 
Bryant High School in Queens and English as a Second Language at Eastern 
District High School in Brooklyn and Seward Park High School in Manhattan, 
from where she retired in 1999. We have two daughters, Gail Sharon (born May 
27, 1972), an attorney who married Richard Cutler on March 23, 2002, and 
Helene Michelle Hoenig (born March 20, 1975), a social worker in California. 
Our grandson, Max Joseph Cutler, was born in New York on January 8, 2004, 

The other branch of the Hirsch family in Polch, the descendants of the 
shoemaker, Abraham "Baer" Hirsch of Langegasse 222, did not all remain in 
the town. His son, Leopold (Jehudah) Hirsch (1854-1926), married Rosetta 
Anschel (1848-1923) on February 8, 1882, thus linking these two Polch 
families. A copy of their marriage certificate, both in German and in Hebrew, 

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appears on pages 35 and 36, courtesy of the late Harry L. Simon. Leopold and 
Rosetta Hlrsch lived on Viedel Strasse, opposite Krantz's bakery, with their 
four children. Meier Hirsch, a son of Abraham "Baer" Hirsch and a half-brother 
of the aforementioned Leopold Hirsch, was born in Polch in 1838. He married 
Emilee "Amalie" BerghofF (born December 4, 1833) and they lived in Kempen 
with their three children. Two of Meier Hirsch's grandchildren fled to New 
Zealand before the Holocaust, two others escaped to England, and two others 
perished. One of those who perished, Dr. Walter Hirsch (born September 6, 
1906), had a doctorate (PhD.) in mathematics from the University of Freiburg. 
Ernst Hirsch [he later spelled his name Hirsh], the son of Meier Hirsch who 
fled to New Zealand, settled in Dunedin, where he became the lay leader and 
teacher to the Jewish community for 40 years until his death of a heart attack 
on February 17, 1978, a month shy of his 74th birthday. 

Ernst Hirsh gave religious instruction to children and adults and visited 
the sick and elderly in the southernmost Jewish community in the world. He 
was secretary of the United Nations Association. His widow, Margot, and then- 
sons, Fred and Walter, and their families, friends and relatives planted 495 
trees in Israel in his memory. A plaque in the Dunedin synagogue reads: "Ernst 
Hirsh, who as lay minister from from 1939 until his death in February, 1978, 
led the community and gave tireless service to Judaism and Israel." 

A friend, Mrs. Tybe Isaacs of Dunedin, eulogized Ernst Hirsh as "keeping 
together a community that was apathetic about keeping itself together ... He 
was an angel who did not fear to tread, who knew when his presence was 
required and who gave of himself with humility and compassion ... If everyone 
in the world had one friend like him, what a wonderful world we would have." 

Paul Hirsch (born August 2, 1909), Ernst's brother, retired as a partner in 
Bilham Farms, Ltd. in Mersham, Kent, England (near Ashford). He now lives in 
Seattle, Washington, USA, with his second wife, Lore. His late brother, Leo 
Hirsch (1905-1974), also was a partner in the farm. The 400-acre farm provides 
poultry for the kosher trade and has many acres of wheat, barley and other 
crops. 

In 1992, Paul Hirsch completed a 111-page (plus photographs) 
autobiography, My Life and My Family (©1992 by Paul Hirsch), which presents 
detailed descriptions of how the family tried to escape from the Nazis and those 
who were successful got to England, Ireland and New Zealand. Here is a 
selection from his book that describes the members of this branch of the 
Hirsch family: 

"Ernst got married in 1932," Paul writes. "The wedding took place in 
Dortmund at the house of Margot's parents, Rathenauer-Alle. Rabbi Dr. 
Wilhelm officiated. 

"A wonderful relationship existed between the Machutonim and lots of 
visiting was done. Fred, the first grandchild for our parents, was born in 1933 
and Walter followed in 1936. The visits to Gladbach from Kempen, only about 
35 kilometers, became pretty regular. It was great naches for the grandparents 
on both sides to share in the joy which the grandchildren gave them. However, 
the time had come to think earbestly of immigration. So Ernst left the office to 
learn the practical part of weaving since he was given this chance at his 
present employment [until 1938]. 

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"With the help of a cousin In Australia he got the permit to enter New 
Zealand. He was the first of our family taking the step to go overseas, hoping to 
be the pioneer for our large family. He left Germany in September, 1938 with 
his wife Margot and their two boys, Fred and Walter, who were about five and 
two years old. He lefty the country full of hope to see our family reunited in 
this distant part of the world. 

"Our brother Walter also spent four years at the Jewish local school and 
then entered the Gymnasium till the year 1926, having made the Arbitur after 
nine years. Since he was a very good scholar, our parents were pleased with his 
decision to carry on to study at the University. He was very interested in music 
too, and also went to the Konseroatorium in Krefeld for a good few years. He 
suffered very much with asthma and had to miss many days of the year in 
school. But in spite of this his reports were always first class. In fact he was 
always top man in class. Mathematics and Naturwtssenschqft were his choice. 
He studied two semesters at the University in Freiburg and the following seven 
semesters at the University in Berlin. He was promoted to Doctor of Philosophy 
October 6, 1931 at the Humboldt University in Berlin. He was then sent, to 
work as Referendar for two years to Schulfarm Insel-Scharfenberg near Berlin. 
However, as soon as the Nazis had come to power his career had come to its 
end and he was no longer allowed to teach and stood no longer any chance in 
Germany. 

"He emigrated to Italy where he worked as teacher at the Landschulheim 
Florence (a boarding school of immigrants' children). They had to leave Italy 
when Hitler and Mussolini became allies. The boarding school carried on in 
Nice (then unoccupied France) but they soon fell into the hands of the Vichy 
government and were trapped again, 

"In spite of great efforts of friends and collegues from the U.S. to save him 
and bring him over to the U.S., he did not get the exit visa to leave France. For 
severa], years he went through various camps: Les-Milles De Gurs and finally 
to Auschwitz in August 1942. 

"Professor Albert Einstein had agreed to assist Walter should he arrive in 
the U.S. He had read a manuscript by Walter regarding the Theory of Relativity 
to be understood by young scholars. Letters from Walter and my 
correspondance with Dr. Peiser and Professor Kahane" are all attached to 
bound edition of this Life Story and "will save me the painful task of going into 
further details. 

"Both sisters, Martha and Emmy, also spent four or five years at our 
Jewish school with Lehrer Sommer and from there it was "Die Hoehere 
Toechterschule" right in our next neighborhood. It was a Catholic secondary 
school which was mainly run by Nuns. They both left this school when they 
reached the age of fourteen or fifteen to help at home and in the business. This 
was expected by our parents and had to be accepted by our sisters, but it was 
only for some years. 

"Kempen being a small town with very few young Jewish people surely was 
not the right, place for young girls to be tied down too long. They both wanted 
to meet people of their age and also developed other interests. 

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"Martha spent one year at the Webeschule Krefeld, learning sewing and 
other useful crafts. Some years later she worked at the Jewish Kinderheim Koln 
joining up with her friend Erna Servos. Martha was always very interested to 
make herself useful in social fields and working with children. Generally she 
took life more seriously than her younger sister Emmy did. This did not always 
help in every way, but I dare say they got on pretty well. 

"They both were never short of boyfriends as time went on. The year was 
1938 when it happened, a serious friendship developed with Joe Horn, only 
seven kilometers away from Kempen. The Horn family living so close to us were 
not only our well known neighbors from Vorst, but also old good friends of the 
family. So both families were very pleased when the engagement of Martha and 
Joe was announced. Vorst became even closer than.it was already. Warwn in 
derFeme Schwetfen Wenn das Gute liegt so nan." 

"On March 18, 1939 Martha and Joe got married, which was officiated by 
Dr. Bluhm, Rabbiner of Krefeld. 

"Emigration was the only chance to hope for; it was the only subiect to 
talk about. The Nazis were already in power since 1933. Since Joe's profession 
as auto mechanic qualified so well for immigration to New Zealand, Ernst was 
very soon successful to get a permit for Martha and Joe to enter New Zealand. 
In fact, a job was also secured with it. On July 29, 1939 they left via 
Rotterdam. Whilst travelling on the ocean, the war had broken out and they 
were stranded on Ceylon waiting for a boat to take them to New Zealand. They 
finally arrived there late in November, exhausted but saved. 

"It is a different story with a very sad ending as far as sister Emmy was 
concerned. She too, after having done her share at home, accepted a position 
as "Haustochter" in the home of the Watermann Family in Bunde, Ostfriesland. 
She was meant to be the right hand of the mother of the family while enjoying 
all the comforts of the house and being treated as a daughter of the family. 
This was 1934-35. Though Bunde was a small town, Ostfriesland was the home 
of many lively Jewish communities and since Emmy was a very lively person, 
fairly easy going, she enjoyed her stay with this family very much, and more 
and more as time went on. The son of the house, Hans Watermann, fell in love 
with her and it did not take long before the engagement was announced. The 
family Watermann were corn merchants and did run a well established 
business in Bunde right by the Dutch border. A branch of their business was in 
Winschoten only a few miles away, but which was in Holland. 

"They married in 1937. The wedding took place in Rotterdam, where Ben 
Koppel and his family resided. They were the sister and brother-in-law. Emmy's 
and Hans' residence was Winschoten, Holland, a very small town with very 
large rural and agricultural surroundings. Once I visited, but I cannot 
remember much of this anymore. When a boy was born on November 17, 1939, 
he was called Fred. The joy in both families was great. It was the third 
grandchild for our parents. However the happiness did not last long. Hitler 
marched into Holland and disaster struck most Jewish families; very few had 
managed to go into hiding. Emmy, Hans and Fred were taken to the 
concentration camp, Westerbork, and from there to the extermination camp, 
Sobibor, in Poland on March 2, 1943. 

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"Now let me tell you more about myself. I was pleased with my choice to 
work In our butcher business and it seemed to agree with me. During all my 
years at school I was always the boy on the far left wing, which meant I was the 
smallest in class. But now suddenly I had started to grow. 

"After some years of training and having learned the practical parts of the 
business and the manufacturing of all kinds of sausages, I was allowed to 
spend some time assisting in the shop and serving customers on busy days. 
This proved quite difficult at times. Customers were used to being served by 
Tante Hannchen only, and were not too pleased to see me. But as time went on 
I was accepted. 

"Our mother also served in the shop when needed, but was mainly active 
running the house with the help of a domestic who was also living in. Of 
course my two sisters also did their share as long as they were at home. It may 
sound extremely strange to learn that only once every month the Great 
Washing Day came around, which lasted no less than three days. The washing 
machine and outdoor boiler were put in place in our yard, and then the work 
began. There was always extra help on these days. The names and voices of Mrs. 
Tissen and Mrs. Kuppers still sound vividly in my ears. Bleaching, ironing, of 
course mending, were very regular jobs never ending. Strange enough, we still 
hear so much of 'the good old days.' 

"Our house was run on a strictly kosher basis, but in our shop kosher and 
non-kosher meat and meat products were sold. Since 95% of our customers 
were not Jewish, this was the only way to make a living. We were open six days 
a week, and even on Sunday half a day. Friday and Saturday were the busiest 
days. On High Holidays our shop was closed, but our clients knew and watched 
for this . I don't think that much trade ever was lost in doing so. 

"In spite of all this, Sabbath was observed in a very traditional way. Our 
father never missed going to shul on Shabbath and neither did any of us 
children who were at the house and free to do so. Lighting candles to bring in 
the Sabbath, singing zemiraus, making Havdoloh, were kept up all our lives. 
Especially enjoyed by all were the good meals with either kartqffel kugel or 
gefaellte miltz. Without this, I don't think Shabbath would have been the same. 

"When Pesach came with its enormous preparations, the house was 
almost turned upside down. But the wonderful seder nights which followed 
were enjoyed by all and made up for all the work which had been done. 

"As time went on it was decided for taxation ard various reasons to 
separate the two businesses, so the Viehhandel remained in the name of Isidor 
Hirsch, and the butcher business was run by Geschwister Hirsch. However both 
were run on the same premises as before. So business went on for some years 
yet without much interference from the ruling Nazi government. 

"Whilst anybody who was in an academic profession or engaged in state- 
run enterprises lost his position or was no longer allowed to practice, we, the 
small business people, could carry on for some time undisturbed. The area we 
lived in was about 90% Catholic and only under pressure did the people give in 
and accept the new regime. 

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"In fact it was as late as June, 1934 when Leo and myself had to make the 
Meisterpruefung (professional exam) at the Handwerkskammer in Dusseldorf 
which enabled us to cany on in bussiness as before. 

"But it was not long after this when the ciy came out to boycott shops run 
by Jews. Customers were photographed by the Nazi party when entering our 
shop and then summoned to the Party office. Official boycott days with 
uniformed Nazis by the front door of the shop also took place. 

"When the allocation of cattle for slaughter came into the hands of the 
Party, only very inferior and poor quality cattle, if any, were allocated to us. 
This brought the high standards of our quality products right down and it was 
hopeless to carry on much longer. It was 1937 by then. It was no use to stay 
any longer but where to go and what to do? This was the great question. 

"To go as a family was impossible, where to find the high guarantees 
which were required? Our parents who never had tried to stop us from 
emigration, now were convinced that the only way was to get out of Germany. 
Unfortunately we had no money anywhere abroad to provide the guarantee 
needed. 

"In September, 1936, with the help of Ben Koppel of Rotterdam, I had the 
opportunity to emigrate to South Africa. A lady in Cape Town had offered to 
give the necessary guarantees. However since new immigration laws in South 
Africa were coming into force on November 1st, I had to arrive there prior to 
this date. I was left with five weeks which included packing, formalities, and 
traveling time. The only person who encouraged me to accept the offer was my 
brother Ernst, but otherwise I was neither encouraged nor discouraged by any 
member of our family. I declined. Was I not ready for such a step, or was I not 
man enough to take this challenge? Maybe it was one of the biggest mistakes in 
my Me, a question which will be unanswered forever. 

"When in 1937 the Jewish press in Rome was looking for an experienced 
person to manage a kosher meat and sausage factory, I corresponded and 
negotiated with the firm. Things sounded quite interesting on paper and since 
Italy was not so far, I decided to go and find out. Fortunately I did not go as an 
emigrant, just on the basis of travel or holiday. 

"It was a most disappointing experience," 

As time went on Paul Hirsch learned English and then, in 1938, a Nazi 
law closed all Jewish businesses and prohibited Jews from canyng on any 
business activity, Jews left Kempen, He then met Renate Meyer, 18, who had 
come to Kempen from Kleve. Eventually he and his brother Leo were arrested by 
the Gestapo and were put on a train to Dachau. They were eventualy released 
from "the hell of Dachau" on the pretext that they would return to Kempen and 
then emigrate to New Zealand, Instead, they were allowed to leave Kempen for 
Holland, each with one piece of hand luggage and ten Deutschmark, and on to 
London and work on a farm. Paul and Renate were reunited there and they were 
married in the Oxford Synagogue on Richmond Street on Friday, August 8, 
1941 by Rev. Jacov Weinberg., 



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The second child of Abraham "Baer" Hirsch (the first one was Meier) and 
Sprinz Schuster in Polch was Jakob Hirsch (Jehudah bar Tzvi). Sprinz Schuster 
Hirsch died in childbirth on August 25, 1839 and, on May 18, 1840, Abraham 
"Baer" Hirsch, at the age of 26, married his second wife, Margareta Muller (c. 
1810-1885). Besides Leopold Hirsch, they had five other — and older — 
children. Johanna Hirsch (born January 19, 1845) married Simon Nathan in 
Koln in 1874 and they lived in Bonn. [Nothing more is known about them.] 
Regina Hirsch (born January 12, 1843) became the second wife of the tinsmith 
Philipp Marx of Koln in 1872. [Likewise, nothing more is known about them.] 
Martin Hirsch (born January 26, 1847) married twice and lived in 
Wasserdrudingen. Nothing more is known about Hermann Hirsch (born 
February 1, 1849), and Adelheid Hirsch died in Polch on June 12, 1843 at the 
age of two. 

The aforementioned Anschels of Polch were horsedealers and Moises 
Anschel came to the town from Idstein in the early 1790s. His wife, born 
Helene Mayer, may have been the sister of Salomon Mayer of Gondorf. In any 
event, Salomon's daughter, Anna Maria (c. 1790-1844) married Moises and 
Helene Mayer Anschel's oldest son, Michael Anschel (c. 1787-1855). Salomon 
Mayer's other daughter, Helena, married Isaack Herz of Polch on February 6, 
1827 in Munstermaifeld and they lived in Gondorf. Their daughter, Rosetta 
Herz (1828-1899) married Salomon Wolff (1819-1853) of Ochtendung. 
Wilhelmine ("Hermine") Herz (born September 24, 1878), the granddaughter of 
Josef Anschel (c. 1795-1855) — the middle son of Moises Anschel — and 
daughter of Benjamin Anschel (1844-1912), married Jakob Herz, the grandson 
of Isaack Herz's brother, Jakob. Wilhelmine Herz's husband, Jakob, was killed 
in action in World War I at Metz, France on March 15, 1915 at the age of 39 
and she died 40 years later, on September 12, 1955, in Kew Gardens Hills, 
Queens, New York. The Anschels and Friesems of Burgbrohl are also linked by 
the marriage of Michael (Machool) Anschel (1829-1908) — another of Josef 
Anschel's sons --- and Johanna ("Jenny") Friesem (born November 17, 1836) in 
Polch on June 20, 1860. Two of Josefs other sons, Meier and Nathan (died 
April 29, 1887), migrated to the United States in 1863 and lived in Pittsburgh, 
Pennsylvania before moving to Ellsworth, Kansas in 1885. While Meier was a 
bachelor, Nathan married and his family still lives in Wichita, Kansas, where 
they once owned an automobile dealership. 

Isaak Anschel (c. 1803-May 16, 1876) married Veronika Gottschalk, who 
was born in Kottenheim around 1804. Their house in Polch was in the small 
alley where the "zuckerbackerin" had her house, not on Kirch Strasse, where 
Josef and Magdalena Gottschalk Anschel lived, then where Moses and Rosa 
Anschel and their children, Arthur, Eugene and Carola Anschel later lived. 

The Herzs of Polch were cattledealers like the Hirschs. Siegmund Herz's 
family lived on Kloppel Strasse, Jakob Herz had a house on Kirch Strasse, and 
Salomon Jakob Herz (1853-1908) lived on Vormai Strasse. The earliest known 
member of the Herz family was Salomon Herz, who was born in Munstermaifeld 
in 1750. He came to Polch in the early 1790s and lived there with his wife, Sara 
Binnes from Cochem on the Mosel. [The Binnes family name was changed to 
Hayn by Napoleon's edict of July 20, 1808. See chart on page 132.] 

Mrs. Jacqueline Edith Flem (born Esser), a descendant of Salomon Herz, 
was born in Koln in 1921, and was deported as a resistor to Auschwitz from 

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France, where she had lived with her parents since 1933. A concentration camp 
survivor, She has resided in Brussels, Belgium since 1949. She is the widow of 
Boris Flem, and they have a daughter, Lydia, and a granddaughter, Selma, who 
was born in 1987. Jacqueline Flem visited Polch in August, 1990 to research 
the Herz family, and she visited Dr. Heinz and Inge Kahn at that time. They 
showed her the original edition of this book, which put her in contact with me 
and other relatives. Lydia Flem has written several books, including L'Homme 
Freud [Freud, the Man], which is written in French and has been translated into 
Spanish and Portuguese. Lydia's husband, Maurice Olender, is a professor at 
the Hautes Etudes en Sciences Sociales in Paris and an editor. One of his 
books is Languages of Paradise - Race, Religion and Philology in the Nineteenth 
Century, published by Harvard University. 

During World War I, Jakob Herz of Polch, the oldest child of Hermann and 
Johanna Bender Herz, was killed in action in Metz, France, on March 15, 1915 
at the age of 39. He left his 36-year-old widow, Wilhelmine (Hermine) Anschel 
Herz, and three young children, ranging in age from six to almost two, 
Theodore, Caroline and Benno. The four of them eventually migrated to the 
United States, and Hermine Herz ("Frau Herz" as my parents and others always 
called her) died in Flushing, New York on September 12, 1955, a few days shy of 
77 and a widow for 40 years. 

While serving in the German army, Jakob Herz sent letters home from the 
battlefront. 

"Ive been away from Polch for five months," he wrote in one letter to his 
sister, Adelheid ("Addle") Herz Mayer. "It makes me happy to hear from my wife, 
Mina, that all of you think of me. Siegmund [his younger brother, who married 
my mother's sister, Hannah] is also in the army, but I didn't think I would 
have to do so much at my age [38-1/2]. 

"How are your children, Addle? Beatrice, Selma, Sabina and their 

husbands and children Send them my love. God will keep all of you well. 

Many greetings to all who ask for me. 

"Don't forget me. 

"Your brother, Jakob. 

"I can't always write because it is not always quiet here." 

Shortly after Jakob Herz's death on the front, his sister, Elsa, wrote a 
short letter to Addie on March 28, 1915 in which she described the war as 
"terrible." 

Johanna Bender Herz, Jakob's mother, wrote with a heavy heart to her 
daughter, Addie, and other family members: 

"My dear children, 

"With a sad heart I am writing to you today. I see from your letter, dear 
Addie, that you didn't get my previous letter. I enclosed a picture of Siegmund. 
Then my heart was dull, yet I had a feeling that now it's so heavy and I think I 
can't carry it. Think what happened - our beloved Jakob died in Metz in a 

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Herz's Death in World War I. 

Courtesy: Inez Morrison 

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military hospital. Addie, et. al, you can imagine how I feel. Mina took it better 
than I did. She is not in need. Jakob had an insurance policy. Bertha and 
Frieda are at home and they are helping Mina (with the three children, 
Theodore, Caroline and Benno]. Siegmund is serving in Ghent, Belgium. 

My late mother, Billa Hirsch, in 1987 recalled the day when Jakob Herz's 
body was returned to Polch. "It was one of the saddest days of my life. All of the 
elected officials and the townspeople — Jews and Gentiles — gathered in the 
synagogue on Ostergasse, and the rest stood outside for the funeral services. It 
was pitiful to see Frau Herz and young Theo, Lienshen (Caroline] and Benno. 
Everyone was crying." 

Caroline Herz, an artist who studied at the University of Heidelberg, came 
to New York with her widowed mother in 1934. In 1956, she married Theodore 
Newhouse, one of the three Newhouse brothers (the others were Samuel I. and 
Norman) who were in the newspaper and magazine publishing business based 
in New York. Today, her nephews, Samuel I. Newhouse's sons, Samuel I. 
Newhouse Jr. and Donald Newhouse, are at the helm of this vast media 
business, which includes the New Yorker and Vogue and other Cond6 Nast 
magazines, and newspapers in major United States cities (including New 
Orleans, LA, Portland, OR, Springfield, MA, Cleveland, OH, Harrisburg, PA, 
Newark, NJ and Staten Island, NY). Many younger members of the Newhouse 
family — the second and third generation — are executives in the business. 
Caroline Herz Newhouse, a philanthropist who was a board member for Career 
Transition for Dancers, died in her weekend home and sculpture studio in 
Roxbury, Connecticut on April 26, 2003 at the age of 93. 

During my visit to Polch in November, 1981 one of the neighbors of 
Franciska Herz (born February 13, 1888), daughter of Salomon Jakob Herz, 
recalled that when some Christian children informed her of the torching of the 
Polch synagogue in November, 1938, she told them, "Pass aufdass euere kirche 
nicht brennt" ("Watch out that your church doesn't burn.") She died in the 
Holocaust, but most of the others managed to escape. 

Three Jewish families lived on the Marktplatz (Marketplace) in Polch. They 
were the Fabers — related to the Fabers of Mertloch — and the Haas and Levy 
families, who were partners in a textile machinery and shoe business. In 
addition to being business partners, the Levy and Haas families were closely 
related to each other. 

Isaak Levy moved from Wettwig to Gappenach in the early 1800s. He was 
married to Rosa Wolff of the family from Mertloch. One of Isaak's sons, 
Bernhard Levy (1835-1906) lived in Polch and one of his sons, Simon Levy (born 
September 26, 1870) married Blondine Haas (born January 1, 1873) from 
Ruelzheim/Pfalz in 1902, Meanwhile, Simon's sister, Rosa Levy (born November 
5, 1875), married Blondine Haas 1 brother, Max Haas (born December 23, 1873) 
in the same year. Simon Levy and Max Haas were the business partners and 
both couples perished in Auschwitz. Simon and Rosa's sister, Karoline Levy 
(1868-1928), married Jakob Wolff (born September 2, 1863) from Mertloch. 
After Jakob Wolffs death, Karoline married her cousin, Simon Levy II (1868- 
1932) and they, too, lived in Polch. The members of this family who were able 
to flee from the Nazis migrated to the United States or to South Africa. 

Ferdinand Faber (born c. 1784), son of Jakob Faber and Klara Haimann of 
Mertloch, died in Polch on May 11, 1866. One of Ferdinand's sons, Haimann 

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Faber (born August 26, 1825) and his wife, Yetta Friesem (born December 29, 
1833) from Burgbrohl died of pox in Polch within 19 days of each other in late 
1871. This was one of several links between the Fabers and the Friesems. Jakob 
Faber (1833-1912), another son of Ferdinand Faber, married Susanna 
Kaufmann from Binningen (1841-1908) and they also lived in Polch. Their son, 
Ferdinand Faber (born October 8, 1866), was the leader of the Polch synagogue 
congregation until his death on October 16, 1930. He was succeeded by his 
son, Benno Faber (born March 22, 1903), who fled to Israel before the 
Holocaust and lived in Tel Aviv. Benno Faber's brother, Karl (born May 26, 
1901), later named Karl Notea, died in Israel. The Fabers owned a large seed, 
farm products, potatoes and work clothes business next to the Levy-Haas 
store. 

Other Jews in Polch included Leopold Haimann (1846-1913), a horse 
dealer who lived in an alley off of Vormai Strasse, and Salomon Kahn (1832- 
1918), second husband of Helena Kaufmann Anschel, who operated an inn on 
Lasporte Strasse. Most of the Haimanns migrated to the United States. Dr. 
Theo Lilienstein, who was born in Grevenwiesbach (north of Frankfurt) in 
1882, served as a family physician and urologist in Polch from about 1909 until 
about 1914, His daughter, Ruth Lilienstein Liepman, was born in Polch in 
1909 and died in Zurich, Switzerland in April, 2001, Ernst Lilienstein, a long- 
time friend of mine from the United Federation of Teachers in New York, is Dr. 
Lilienstein's nephew. 

The Polch synagogue on Ostergasse was built in 1877, between the church 
square and Pastoren Strasse, down the street from Isidor Anschel's house and 
two doors away from Adelheid and Klara Hirsch's house on the east side of the 
street. 

Before it was built, religious services were held in Benjamin Anschel's 
house on Kirch Strasse. Eugene Anschel recalled to me on September 18, 1982 
that his father, the horse dealer Moses Anschel (Grosse Moses"), who 
later served as President of the congregation, had told him that before the 
Polch synagogue was built, the Jewish men from the town traveled up and 
down the Rhineland by foot to collect money to erect the building. 

On August 15, 1868 the Mayor of Polch sent a notice to the county 
government in Mayen "about the formation of a Synagogue Community in 
Polch as proposed by St. George's Church." 

The Mayor wrote: "In order to get this project finished, I called into my 
office [yesterday] the leaders and the representatives of the local synagogue 
congregation. Everyone but one, who has moved away, appeared. They listened 
for about two hours to my proposition about its status and then they declared 
that they do not agree and they want to leave everything as it is. The county 
council was not satisfied with these comments and wanted to know the 
reasons for rejection by the Jewish congregation. 

"On August 21, 1868 the Mayor of Polch made another effort as on the 
14th of the month. The council and the representatives left my office. I had no 
means to hold them back and have a written explanation for it. I beg the royal 
state council to accept my position instead of their explanation. 

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"The good will and sense of the congregation is missing and I am 
convinced that nothing will come of it. Because of this, the High Presidium in 
Koblenz accepted my efforts to convince them, and for the time being no 
attempts will be made to build a synagogue in Polch." 

The synagogue, built with black stone, had a little garden with four big 
trees at its entrance. Above the entrance door (which has been drastically 
altered) there still is am engraved stone in Hebrew with an inscription from 
Psalms XCV, which reads: 'Come, let us bow and bend and kneel in the 
presence of the Eternal, our Maker. 56_7" [The third digit, probably a 3, has 
been chipped away and looks something like a 2. 5637 is equivalent to 1877, 
while 5627 would be the year 1867.] (In Hebrew: B'Ansches Oohnihvaray 
Nivrechohr Ltfnay Yitoch Hashaynu). This section of the Old Testament is 
chanted by the congregation at the conclusion of the afternoon services on 
Sabbath eve. 

The Hebrew teacher came to Polch twice a week from Andernach. The 
teachers were Rabbi Hirsch (1909-1914), Dr. Weiss (1915-1927) and then Rabbi 
Stiebel. [Rabbi Dr. Wolf from K61n received permission from the government in 
1911-1913 to be the first rabbi to teach religious subjects to Jewish children in 
Ahrweiler, Munstermaifeld, Niederzissen and Vallendar. ] 

In 1927 the synagogue held a gala 50th anniversary celebration which the 
rabbi from Andernach, many Hebrew teachers, and many Jews from the entire 
region attended. Special services were conducted and there was dancing and 
dinner. 

Eleven years later the synagogue was burned on Krtstcdlnacht (the Night of 
the Broken Glass). The inside was destroyed, but the structure stands intact. 

During my visit to Polch in November- December, 1981, I was informed by 
the Burgermeister (Regional Mayor) of Maifeld in Polch, Mr. Hans Baulig, that 
the synagogue was being restored and would be made into a memorial and a 
museum. Following my two lengthy and friendly meetings with Mr. Baulig, the 
Polch Town Mayor, Mr. Leo Nell, owner of the Maifelder Hof guest house and 
restaurant on Lasporte Strasse, went with me into the synagogue and 
discussed the rebuilding plans with me. Workers were already busy rebuilding 
the leaking roof. I was asked by Mr. Baulig and Mr. Nell to assist them with 
information, pictures and other materials — including this family tree — 
which could be used to complete this project. Residents of Polch with whom I 
spoke know about, and are keenly interested in this effort, and I am happy to 
be of assistance. 

Three of the four Jewish families in the nearby village of Mertloch --- 
previously mentioned — are closely linked to the family tree. 

Jakob Faber (died in 1815) and his wife, Klara Haimann Faber (died in 
1840), are the earliest known members of the Faber family. Their daughter-in- 
law, Veronika Jacob (c. 1798-1841) was the sister of Judit Herz of Polch. 
Veronika and her husband, Ferdinand Faber (c. 1784-1866), were the in-laws of 
Henrietta ("Yetta") Friesem (1833-1871) of Burgbrohl. Bernhard "Baer" Faber 
(1793-1884) another son of Jakob Faber, was married to Ernestine (Juliana) 
Friesem (c. 1803-1847) from Burgbrohl. Jeanette (Jetta "Hannah") Faber, 
daughter of Jakob Faber, was the wife of Moyses Friesem (1796-1850) of 
Burgbrohl. Marx (Mordechai) Faber (c. 1799-1881), another of Jakob Faber's 
sons, was married to Elisabetha (Ester) Wolff (1805-1884) of Mertloch. Regina 

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(Reichel) Faber (1818-1885), daughter of Daniel Faber (another son of Jakob 
Faber), was married to Salomon Wolff (1816-1892) of Mertloch. Juliana Faber 
(born October 6, 1881) granddaughter of Bernhard "Baer" Faber, was the wife 
of Moritz Minkel (born June 29, 1879) and both of them perished in the 
Holocaust. 

Jeanette (Ester) Minkel (1794-1862) was married to Benjamin Wolff (1785- 
1833) of the Ochtendung family. 

Rosa Wolff (c. 1803- 1875), daughter of Josef Wolff and Maria Anna 
Samuel, was married to Isaak Levy (c. 1801-1863) and they lived in Gappenach. 
Josef and Maria Anna Wolffs son, Salomon Wolff (1816-1892), was the 
husband of Regina (Reichel) Faber (1818-1885) of Mertloch. Johanna ("Selma") 
Wolff, daughter of Josef and Maria Anna Wolff, was the first wife of Jakob 
Hirsch ofPolch. 

Moses Wolff, son of Jakob Wolff (c. 1775-1851) [and Josef Wolffs brother] 
and Sprinz Mendel (1785-1860) married Johanna Cahn (born February 21, 
1835 from Niederzissen. Helen Wolf Lederer, granddaughter of Johanna Kahn 
Wolff, recalls that her grandmother wore a shettel (wig), which is common 
among very Orthodox Jewish women. Several members of this Cahn family 
from Niederzissen appear on the family tree charts. Jakob Wolff, son of Moses 
and Johanna Wolff, was the first husband of Karoline Levy of Polch. Two of 
Moses and Johanna Wolffs children — Julia (1865-1928) and Samuel Wolff 
(1869-1949) — married a sister and brother, Emilia Kaufmann Wolff (1870- 
1934) and Moses Kaufmann (1865-1952) — children of Simon and Karoline 
(Falkenstein) Kaufmann from Schiefbahn near Krefeld. 

Samuel Wolf was a butcher and cattle dealer in Mertloch and he was very 
Orthodox. On the Sabbath he used to walk to the Polch synagogue for services. 

Thekla Wolf (1905-1978), daughter of Samuel and Emilia Kaufmann Wolf 
of Mertloch, was the wife of Carl Daniel, who was born on August 12, 1896 in 
Kirchheim near Euskirchen. Thekla's sisters, Helen and Rose, left Mertloch for 
New York in the 1920s since they had no money to pay dowries and there were 
no men in the area they wanted to marry. Helen and Rose returned to 
Mertloch on a visit in 1933 and told Erna, Samuel and Leonie to leave 
Germany, but they would not listen. In 1936 Leo Wolf was taking a bull to a 
farmer and was arrested because a Nazi law forbid Jews from transacting any 
business. The farmer, Miscel Mauer, told the police the cow did not belong to 
Leo but was being sold on the his behalf. That night, when Leo was released 
from jail, three farmers came to see him and Samuel. All three told them very 
clearly, 'We know more than you do. Get out. Go to America." It took the 
Wolfs 18 months to convert money and sell their assets. Samuel, Leo and 
Leonie, Thekla and Carl and their children, Henry and Jerry, arrived in New 
York on January 6, 1938 with $3,000 they smuggled out with Leica cameras. 

Otto Lederer, Helen Wolfs husband, arranged for 40 people to come to the 
United States, posting $2,000 security for each immigrant he sponsored, 
money he borrowed from Gentiles at the Hotel Astor in Manhattan, where he 
worked as the paycheck master. Helen and Otto Lederer had a son and a 
daughter. Dr. Robert Lederer, is a retired orthodontist, who lives with his wife, 
Christina, in Naples, Florida. Elaine Lederer had two children with her first 
husband, Craig and Wendy Tuckman. Elaine and her second husband, Arnold 
Forsch, live in Montvale, NJ. 

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Leo Wolf worked in a rendering plant in New York for five years. After 
leaving that job, he and his son, Manfried ("Manny") went to Flemington, NJ 
and bought a small farm. It has no plumbing or running water and they 
struggled with it until the end of World War II. Things got better. They started 
a successful cattle business. Manny said his father was "the most astute cattle 
buyer and he bought only the best." At the peak of his business, Leo sold 100 
cows a month. 

Leo's wife, Leonie Kaufrnann (from Munstermaifeld), "kept peace in the 
family." Many people came to her for help in solving their problems. She 
became very involved in the Flemington synagogue, to which she donated a 
kitchen. The congregation consisted of 50 members in 1948 and today has 250 
families. During World War II, Leonie worked as a waitress in Neshanik, NJ. 
One of her favorite customers on the weekends was Professor Albert Einstein. 
He was also a good friend of Otto and Ernst Kaufrnann of Skillman, NJ, who 
were descendants of the Kaufrnann family from Schiefbahn. 

Manny Wolf (who changed his legal name freom Manfried to Manfred when 
he was in the first grade of sachool, attended a one-room school house in 
Flemington, NJ with his cousins, Henry and Jerry Daniel. After leaving 
Rutgers University he went into the cattle business with his father. He dabbles 
in real estate, buying and selling land as a broker or on his own account. He 
also breeds horses and yearlings. He married his wife, Ruth Seligman, in 1951 
and they have three children. 

Thekla (Wolf) and Carl Daniel moved to Flemington in 1941 and they 
purchased a 5-acre chicken farm. Since it was wartime, Carl worked in a 
slaughter house and Samuel Wolf, Thekla's father, came to live with them and 
helped them run the chicken farm. She was a hard-working woman who took 
care of the thousands of chicken as well as their three young children: Henry, 
Jerry and Fred. After the war, Thekla and Carl bought a larger dairy farm and, 
whenever they sold their property in Germany after the war, they purchased 
more and more land at $100 an acre, until they owned 650 acres and more 
than 100 cows. 

One of their sons, Fred "Freddy" Daniel, became a cattle auctioneer at the 
age of 19. His first sale was for his cousin, Manny Wolf. At the sale, a farmer 
yelled out, "Freddy, that cow only has one eye," and Freddy replied, "What she 
doesn't see going one way, she will see going the other way." 

Siegfried Dublon, Erna Wolfs first husband, was last seen in Paris in 
1938. He was taken to concentration camps several times starting in 1933 for 
his outspoken opposition to the Nazis. Finally, it is believed he was deported 
to Dachau, where he was murdered. 

There were several marriages between the Wolffs (Wolfs) of Mertloch and 
the Kaufmanns of Schiefbahn. The most recent such union took place in 
London on June 23, 2002 when Richard Jonathan Wolfe — son of Herbert 
Martin Wolf (name changed to Wolfe) and grandson of Emanuel Wolff from 
Mertloch and his wife, Charlotte Baehr --- married his longtime partner, 
Georgia Louise Kaufrnann --- daughter of Gerd Hugo Kaufrnann and "Lissie" 
Lorenz [Elisabeth Michaela Ida Anna Lorenz] and granddaughter of Eugen 
Kaufrnann of Schiefbahn and his wife, Dr. Ruth Schild. 

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MAYEN 

Mayen was and is the main town in the Maifeld region. During World War 
II 98 per cent of the town was destroyed by the Allied forces because a 
locomotive factory was located there. Today, the center of the old town has 
been completely restored. In 1995, the late Klaus H.S. Schulte wrote a book, 
Zeugnisse jildischen Lebens in der Ost-Effel, Das Familienbuch der Juden in 
Mayen bis um 1875, [Jewish Heritage in the Eastern Eifei . A Documentary 
Account of the Jewish Families in Mayen till Circa 18751 Grundlagen zur 
Heimatkunde, Band 7, which lists the following Jewish families in Mayen: 
Abraham, Alexander, Baehr, Baruch, Bender, Berger, Bermann, Blumenthal, 
Callmann, Emanuel, Friedberger, Gottschalk (two families), Hammel, 
Hartmann, Haymann, Hersh/Hirsch, Herz, Hirsch (one family in Cochem and 
another Mayen), Joseph, Josua, Kahn/Cahn, Kaufmann, Knopftnacher, 
Lichtenstein, Liebmann (two families), Loeb, Loewenbach (two families), 
Marchand, Marx, May, Mayer (four families, one of them in Thiir), Minkel, 
Rosenthal, Schaefer (in Niedermendig), Treidel [old name forms: Treitel, 
Dreydel], Winter, and Wolff (three families, one in Munstermaifeld). 

Some of these families had branches in the little towns and villages where 
my ancestors lived and they are mentioned throughout this book and in the 
charts. Many of those in my charts are cited In the Mayen book by my good 
and departed friend and colleague, Klaus H.S. Schulte. The Minkel and Treidel 
families are among this group of families. 

Another Jewish family that lived in Mayen, the Gunther family, however, 
does not appear in Mr. Schulte's book. Members of ther Gunther family were 
good friends of my late mother and her family. A number of them fled to New 
York in the 1930s. Among them was the late Ernst Gunther, who, together 
with two other partners, established Mayer-Gunther-Martini, which grew to 
become the largest manufacturer of high-quality custom-made furniture in the 
United States. My mother often recalled that Mrs. Herta Gunther (Ernst's wife) 
and she often wheeled their baby carriages (with me in one and my friend, Jerry 
Gunther in the other) through the streets of the West Bronx around 1937-38. 
My parents, as well as my wife, Doris, and I purchased some of our furniture 
from Mayer-Gunther-Martini. 

THE EUSKIRCHEN AND BURGBROHL AREAS 

In the 1600s and early 1700s there lived in the village of Friesheim, near 
Euskirchen, an Andreas (from Friesheim), whose family would be known as 
Friesem when family names were adopted by Napoleon's edict in 1808. They 
were the descendants of a family that had lived in Spain prior to the 
Inquisition of 1492. Andreas' son, Moses Andreas (Avraham Asher) Friesem, 
moved to the village of Burgbrohl, which is near Niederzissen and not too far 
from Sinzig, a much larger town. 

Moses Andreas Friesem, husband of Clara Gran, was born in Friesheim 
and moved to Burgbrohl in 1782, where he became a bookkeeper to the 
nobleman, Baron Ferdinand von Bourscheid (17661816), who owned the castle 
of Burgbrohl. Sieglohr, the Baron's secretary, in a manuscript dated May 10, 
1797, describes the town as having 29 houses. 

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Andreas Friesem (c. 1765-1846), son of Moses Andreas Friesem, who was 
also born in Friesheim, received a Patent from the French rulers in 1808 to be a 
cattle dealer in Burgbrohl (page 14). Andreas' son, Markus (Marx/Mordechai) 
Friesem (1804-1889) had nine children. Among them were Henriette ("Yetta"), 
the wife of Haimann Faber of Polch (both died in late 1871 of the pox); 
Hermann (Chaim) Friesem (1826-1900), who had ten children; Jakob Friesem 
("Onkel Yankov") (1840-1916), who never married, and who, it is said, looked 
like the twin brother of the "Weih Bishop" (monk) of Trier (The monk 
apparently was an illegitimate child of a Jewish woman from Boden, a village 
on the Ahr River.), and Johanna (Handel) Friesem, my great grandmother, who 
married Hermann Hirsch of Polch. Clara Friesem (1800-1872), daughter of 
Andreas Friesem, never married and lived her entire life in Burgbrohl. 
Ernestine (Juliana) Friesem, the other daughter of Andreas Friesem, married 
Bernhard "Baer" Faber of Mertloch in 1823, as previously discussed. 

Claude Friesem (1772-1847) was Moses Andreas' other son. One of 
Claude's sons, Alexander Friesem (1814-1896), moved to Sinzig and a large 
family is descended from him. Moses Friesem, Alexander Friesem's son, owned 
a large clothing and textile store on Ausdorfer Strasse near the Markt Platz. 
Today this business is called the Shertzinger Textil store. The Friesems were 
prominent Jews in Sinzig. Their synagogue, bounded by Rhein Strasse, Renn 
Gasse and Eulen Strasse, has been torn down and a park is being built there. 
The Sinzig Jewish cemetery is extremely well-kept and is surrounded on three 
sides by the city's Christian cemetery. The person in charge of the cemetery 
told me that once a year the Sinzig officials come to the Jewish cemetery and 
place a wreath at the memorial at the end of the cemetery path which was 
erected to memorialize the town's Jews who had perished in the Holocaust. 
Many of Sinzig's Friesems migrated to the United States beginning in the 
1860s and up to the 1930s. Prior to my research, the descendants of the 
Friesems who migrated to the United States in the 1860s were completely 
unaware of the others! 

Moyses Friesem (c. 1796-1850), another son of Andreas Friesem, was the 
husband of Jeanette (Yetta "Hannah") Faber, daughter of Jakob Faber from 
Mertloch. Their daughter, Gudula Friesem (1828-1876), married Joseph 
Friesem (born c. 1819), the son of Moses [sometimes spelled Moyses] Friesem's 
nephew, Claude Friesem. Joseph and Gudula Friesem's grandson, Walter 
Friesem (1900-1970), married his distant cousin — and my mother's sister, 
Selma Hirsch of Polch. 

Joseph and Gudula Friesem had six children. Their daughter, Eva Friesem 
(born July 5, 1867) married Jacob Stern (1866-1921) and they lived in 
Meinerzhagen, Westphalia. Joseph and Gudula Friesem's son, the very 
religious Moses Friesem, lived first in Altena, Westphalia, where he was in the 
family's metal business, and then moved to Hochst near Frankfurt-on-the- 
Main. Simon Friesem (1854-1925), another of Joseph and Gudula Friesem's 
sons, also lived in Altena. Another daughter, Marianne Friesem (1852-1938), 
married Abraham Levy (1855-1942 [Holocaust]) on December 8, 1880 and they 
resided in Hohenlimburg, Westphalia. Johanna Friesem (born May 27, 1860) 
was wed to Levy Lenhoff and they made their home in Plettenberg. The other 
child of Joseph and Gudula Friesem was Albert Friesem (1862-1926) and he 
was married to Eva Hava Putz, who perished in the concentration camp. They 
lived in Solingen, and the aforementioned Walter Friesem was one of their five 
children. 

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Another of Moyses and Jeanette Friesem's sons was my great grandfather, 
Hermann (Chaim) Friesem (1826-1900). He married Carola ("Billa") Herz (born 
in 1838) from Schweinheim (my great grandmother) and, after she died in 
1867, he wed Rosa Steinberg (1851-1916) from Oberbreisig. They had six more 
children. Henriette Friesem, my grandmother, married Hermann Hirsch of 
Polch (whose mother, Johanna Handel Friesem Hirsch, was also Henriettas 
cousin). As mentioned previously, Hermann and Henriette Hirsch's youngest 
daughter, Selma, was the widow of Walter Friesem. They lived with their two 
children, Helga (Judit) and Josef, on Abraham Kay Street, and then in her 
final years Selma resided in an old age home in Nahariya, Israel. 

Moses, Hermann (Chaim) Friesem's oldest son and his first child with 
Rosa Steinberg, married Rosetta ("Settchen") Lambert. Both of them perished 
in the Holocaust, They had three daughters,. Hilda, Erna and Alma. 

Hilda, who married Wilhelm ("Willie") Nathan from Stolberg on January 
28, 1930, had two sons, Fred and Gerd ("Gerry"). Willie, who had a cattle 
hauling dealing business in Diiren, was in north Holland just as the tulips 
were blooming on May 10, 1940, the day the Germans invaded Holland. The 
Nazis confiscated Willie's truck. A few weeks earlier he had bought a hotel in 
Volkenburg, Holland. One of those who lived next door to the hotel was a 
young teacher, Johann Kengen. When Willie came back without his truck, he 
closed down the newly-purchased hotel and went to work for de Valk [the 
hawk], a bus company in southern Holland, that transported coal miners from 
their homes to work. 

In 1942 the Germans got tough with the Dutch Jews. Willie and Hilde 
received a notice to report to the railroad station (across the street). The town 
constable got on his bicycle, stopped the bus and told Willie not to go home 
from work. Johann Kengen was contacted and everything in the hotel was 
emptied over roof into someone else's house at night. Hilde, Willie, Fred and 
Gerd lived with Hilde's parents. Moses and Settchen Friesem. The Friesems 
were left behind as the Germans were looking only for Willie, Hilde and the 
boys. Moses and Settchen told Gerd and Fred to walk along railroad tracks for 
6 kilometers to Meerssen, where Johann's fiance Ann's aunt and uncle — a 
retired railroad engineer — lived and where in the 1800s, brothers Hendrik and 
Alexander Hertog married sisters Johanna and Caroline Anschel from Polch, 
Germany. 

"That couple needed money. Everybody needed money," said Gerd. Johann 
told the couple the Nathans would stay there only for a short time until the 
underground was contacted and they would escape to England. Once in the 
house, the Nathans lived in an upstairs room. No one tried to contact the 
underground because that was close to impossible. Willie paid money to the 
retired couple. 

During this time, Johann and Ann were married and they moved in with 
her aunt and uncle in Meerssen. At the wedding at Ann's parents' house, they 
picked a fight with the parents and for 25 months put up a front that they 
were angry at each other. Johann was a fairly new teacher and he was just out 
of college. A group of his college friends formed the Dutch underground. Most 
of them were caught and killed, but not Johann. Meanwhile, the Nathans, who 
were being hidden undetected, needed food, so Johann got himself a position 
at City Hall where the farmers got permission to slaughter cattle for meat. 

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Johann wrote the permits and he would pick up food and bring it home to 
keep the Nathans alive and to see them. After the war, Johann and Ann tried 
to get divorced, but couldn't under Dutch Catholic law. 

Finally able to leave their room in the attic, where they had spent the last 
25 months, Willie, Hilde, Fred and Gerd walked to Meerssen. Once there, they 
found out that a couple in Maastricht, Holland, with two boys had drowned 
themselves and the townspeople and the Nazis assumed it was the Nathans. 
They left for the United States by boat and arrived in Hoboken, NJ on July 4, 
1948. Due to a stevedores' strike, they had to unload their belongings from the 
ship themselves and went to Baltimore two days later. 

Moses and Settchen Friesem were not so lucky. They were transported to 
the east and perished in Sobibor, Poland in 1943. 

Erna, who I met in 1996 at her residence in the Nelly Sachs Jewish Senior 
Citizens Home in Dusseldorf, Germany, married Hugo Rolef from Kirchheim. 
Their daughter, Helen Rolef, resides in Tannay, Switzerland, while their son, 
Martin Rolef, lives in Krefeld, Germany with his wife, Hanna, and then- 
children. Before World War II, Erna and Hugo Rolef fled to Cape Town, South 
Africa, where he died in 1960. 

Alma, Moses and Settchen Friesem's youngest daughter, married Ludwig 
Wolff and they also escaped from Germany to Cape Town. Their children, 
Rosalie Wolff Rogow and Dr. Lionel Wolff, an otolaryngolost, live in South 
Africa. After Ludwig's death on June 28, 1980, Alma and Erna became 
neighbors until Erna moved to Germany to live near her children. 

Adolf Friesem (1874-1963), son of Hermann (Chaim) Friesem and Rosa 
Steinberg, was hidden during World War II in the Hamburg area by a local Nazi 
and he died in that city in 1963. His son, also named Adolf, lived in the United 
States but I have been unable to trace him due to a lack of information. 
Johanna Friesem (1876-1919), daughter of Hermann Friesem and Rosa 
Steinberg, was married to Leopold Berger (c, 1874-Holocaust), who had a tailor 
shop in Burgbrohl next to Moritz Friesem's butcher shop. Leopold Berger 
taught tailoring to his son, Hermann Berger (1904-1971) and to my mother's 
brother, Max Hirsch (1898-1951) of Polch. Both Hermann Berger and Max 
Hirsch migrated to the United States, the former to Selma, Alabama (where his 
daughter, Hanna Berger, still resides) and the latter to New York. 

When the bishop came to Burgbrohl one day on a visit, all the Christian 
houses were decorated with flags and bunting. It is said that Hermann (Chaim) 
Friesem put a large sign in front of his house which said, "Bin ich auch nur ein 
Israelite, ear ich doch den Bischqf mit" ("Even though I am a Jew, I also honor 
the Bishop [on his visit to Burgbrohl].") 

Burgbrohls Jews attended religious services in the Niederzissen 
synagogue, at 101 Haupt Strasse, which has been partially abandoned since 
the November, 1938 Kristallnacht The other part has been converted to a 
blacksmith's shop. All the dead were buried in the Niederzissen Jewish 
cemetery (several kilometers from Burgbrohl), located on Sauerbrunnen Strasse 
near the foot of Rotenberg Strasse. It contains 87 gravestones plus three post 
World War II memorials, erected by Richard Berger, who was born and lived in 
Niederzissen before the Holocaust and who is now a New York City resident, 
and his relatives. According to Mr. Berger, the Niederzissen Jewish community 

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dated back perhaps a thousand years or more. A Memorbuch which his father 
kept but which was lost in the Holocaust, had as its last entry the signature of 
a rabbi from Amsterdam who visited Niederzissen in 1250. 

Two other Jewish families lived in Burgbrohl. They were the tinsmith 
Bernard Meyer and his son, Max Meyer, and Arthur Berger, who was related to 
the Bergers of nearby Niederzissen. Arthur Berger's wife, also born Berger, 
came from Mayen, near Polch. The Feit family also lived in Niederzissen. 

Most of the Jews in Niederzissen and Burgbrohl were cattle dealers and 
butchers because their work opportunities were restricted prior to 1867. 

"My grandfather, Simon Kahn, was called Seligman," 95-year-old Frieda 
Kahn Berger recalled to her daughter, Hanna, in April, 1997, a year before she 
died in Selma, AL. "My grandmother, Dosilla, lived in Niederzissen. They 
celebrated their diamond wedding anniversary in 1911. It was a great event for 
the whole village. Every house had the flag out and the Gesang Verein came in 
the evening and serenaded them. There were fireworks, poems and toasts. The 
festivities were in our house [the home of Joseph and Mina (Gottschalk) 
Kahn]. We had the largest rooms in the family. There was a wedding ceremony 
in the synagogue conducted by Rabbi Dr. Wolf from Koln. There were a lot of 
good things to eat. All the sons and daughters who lived out of town were 
there with the grandchildren and great grandchildren. Pictures were taken in 
front of our house of the four generations. None of us thought to take them 
along [when we fled Germany]. Our grandmother died three months after the 
diamond wedding, and three months later, grandfather was gone too." 

Schweinheim, Flamersheim, Kirchheim and Merzbach — near Euskirchen 
— also have long Jewish histories. 

The late Klaus H, Schulte in May, 1986 discovered a historical excerpt 
about the nearby town of Rheinbach which indicates that a Jewish man 
named "Hiertz" was living in Schweinheim during the last quarter of the 16th 
century (1575-1600), about 150 years earlier than previously published Jewish 
histories about Schweinheim. 

In 1723 government officials of Julich village detained the Jew, Manasse of 
Schweinheim at the request of the authorities in Bonn, who were acting on 
the advice of the Dutch city of Zwolle. 

The Hofrat Court, in 1738, denied an application to extradite Salomon 
from Schweinheim, who had difficulties meeting his obligations. There 
apparently also was a disagreement as to whether Schweinheim belonged to 
the village of Julich. 

Salomon's son-in-law, Hirz Josef, also seems to have been a horse dealer 
who was born in Schweinheim in 1773. In 1794 he sued Mathias Gross in the 
Commons Court for non-payment of 6 krontalers. 

Salomon's grandson, Salomon {Shlomo ben Yosef] Herz of Schweinheim 
(1827-191 1), was also a horse dealer. 



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In 1818 Meyer {Meir ben Jehudah) Herz (originally named Hirz Josef) 
(1805-1891) and Josef Heimbach were destitute. 

The physician, Dr. Karl Herz of the Bronx, New York, was Meyer Herz's 
grandson. 

In the year 1750 the dealer, David Siismann, also lived in Schweinheim. 
His sons were the window maker, David (Dovid ben Aleichem nadar ha-Cohen) 
Rolef (1828-1896) in neighboring Kirchheim, and the cattle dealer, David 
Billig, who also lived in Kirchheim, the home of three Jewish families in 1780. 

Joseph {Juda Joosel) Herz, the Stammvater (literal translation: tribe or 
trunk father, i.e. from whom the family — tribe --- branches out) of the Herz 
family of Schweinheim and Flamersheim, was born in the village of Satzvey in 
1735. (All three villages are near each other and are today part of the city of 
Euskirchen.) Nothing more is known about Joseph Herz's life in Satzvey or of 
his ancestors because the well-kept old Jewish cemetery located near the 
Satzvey-Obergartzemer Strasse was destroyed during World War II. After 1945 
lime was removed from a neighboring quarry and not a trace remains from the 
old cemetery. Also, by 1914 no more Jews lived in Satzvey. 

The aforementioned Joseph (Juda Joosel) Herz from Satzvey moved to 
Schweinheim in 1759, when he was 24 years old. In 1794 he was the only one 
in town who made Jewish contributions. He died in Schweinheim in 1816, His 
son was the horse dealer R. Jehudah, also named Leib Herz (1772-1810), who, 
in 1792 at the age of 20, brought suit against Franz Koerner of Mechernich in 
Arensbergischen court for five reich dollars. In a similar suit over horse 
dealings against Franz Lambrechts of Gehn, Leib Herz sued him for four reich 
dollars. He was involved in similar proceedings In 1798, when he sued Josef 
Moringen of Kommern. 

Leib Herz had two sons, R. Meir — named Meyer Herz (18051891) — and 
R. Mordechai — named Gustav Herz (1803-1878), and a daughter, Eva (Ester) 
Herz (1801-1881), who was the wife of Isaak Oster, thereby linking the Herz 
and Oster families of Schweinheim and nearby Flamersheim. 

Gustav Herz was one of the least wealthy of Schweinheim's Jews. His son, 
Eduard Herz (born in 1843), was a horse dealer like his father. Eduard Herz 
married his cousin, Berta Herz, the daughter of Meyer Herz. Eduard and Berta 
Herz were the parents of twins — Emil and Sophie Herz — - born in 
Flamersheim on April 14, 1883. The twins married Emma and Siegmund 
Salomon, sister and brother from Opladen; Isaac and Eva Metzger Salomon 
were cousins as well. Eduard and Berta Herz's grandchild, Herbert Herz (born 
September 2, 1916), lived with his two sons, David (Dov) (born August 2, 1948), 
Amnon (born November 28, 1946) and Michael (born November 8, 1954) in 
Jerusalem, Israel. Herbert Herz and his wife, Bruria Becker Herz, died as a 
result of an automobile accident in Israel in September, 1972. Herbert Herz's 
two sisters live in Israel: Erna Herz Herzberg (born September 13, 1913) lives in 
Haifa and Lotte Herz David (born April 16, 1925) is a resident of Doar na 
Oshrat. 

Gustav Herz's son-in-law, Josef Daniel, was a butcher in Kirchheim. 
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Henriette Herz Daniel (1826-1887), married his cousin, Sarah Berlin (1860- 
1938), the daughter of Michael (1801-1897) and Gudula Daniel Berlin (1817- 
1900). Sarah's sister, Helene Berlin (1851-1920), married her cousin, Michael 
Daniel (1847-1918), son of Leopold (1819-1896) and Veronika "Verona" Wendel 
Daniel (born in 1813). Leopold and Josef Daniel were brothers. Leopold 
Daniel's son, Carl Daniel (who was born in Kirchheim in 1896) married Thekla 
Wolf of Mertloch, thereby linking these two families in this family tree. 

The heirs of Leib Herz included Isaak Oster (1801-1863) from Wittlich, 
who was married to Eva {Ester bat Jehudah) Herz, mentioned previously. Isaak 
Oster owned houses at Putzgasse 7 and 8 in Schweinheim, where religious 
services were held. In 1852 he was added to the other Schweinheim Jews who 
were allowed to get wood from the forest near Flamersheim. 

Another grandchild of Meyer Herz also married into the Hirsch family of 
Polch. Paula Simon (1876-1970), one of the two daughters of Martin (1837- 
1928) and Regina Herz Simon (1842-1933) of Berrendorf, married Gustav 
Hirsch (1870-1955), a brother of the aforementioned Hermann Hirsch. 

Salomon Simon (born May 6, 1871), a son of Martin and Regina Herz 
Simon, married his cousin, Rosa Herz (born May 18, 1877), a daughter of 
Eduard and Berta Herz. Both Salomon and Rosa Herz Simon were murdered 
by the Nazis in Auschwitz. 

Karl Simon, another son of Martin and Regina Herz Simon, married 
Selma Salomon on the same day as his parents' golden wedding anniversary in 
1920. Martin and Regina Simon's other son, Leo, died in World War I combat 
in August, 1914, after being hit in the head by a bullet. 

Hilde Sperber (born September 3, 1907), granddaughter of Salomon (1841- 
1872) and Billa Roer Herz (born in 1840) [Billa Roer Herz later married 
Hermann Weber], and daughter of Philip and Rosa Herz Sperber, married her 
second cousin, Ernst Meyer (born December 13, 1911), grandson of Eduard and 
Berta Herz and son of Daniel and Pauline ("Lina") Herz Meyer (1881- 
Holocaust). Ernst and Hilde were divorced while living in China during World 
War II. She later married Curt Leveson and they lived in Southfleld, Michigan. 
Ernst Meyer married twice more and died in California on May 6, 1968. 

The Horn and Marx families moved to Schweinheim in 1820. It is believed 
that the last members of the Horn family died around 1920, but Jakob Marx 
still lived in Schweinheim in 1936. 

The hard-to-find Schweinheim Jewish cemetery is located off the road on 
the left side, next to a house, following a sharp right turn beyond 
Schweinheim on the way to Queckenberg. There are 14 gravestones in two neat 
rows. 

Two Jews from Flamersheim, Jacob Wallich and Wolff Judt, in 1659 paid 
an annual tribute of two goldguldens. Wolffs only son, Josef, was married in 
1670 in Euskirchen, where he worked as a Torah teacher. Wolff himself was 
last named in the records in 1668, together with Mr, Sussman, who also 
settled in Flamersheim. 



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From 1699 until 1729 Salomon was a small merchant in Flamersheim. 
Mencken Wolff (1699-1744) seemed to be the first leader of the Jewish 
congregation. In 1731 he shared the leadership with his son, Wolff Mencken 
(1719-1771). 

In 1731 Mencken Cain and his sons, Michael Mencken (1729-1784) and 
Voes Mencken — who later lived in Niederdrees and Kuchenheim —settled in 
Flamersheim. Michael's grandsons, Josef and Jacob Wendel, were well-to-do 
business people in Flamersheim around 1820. 

Abraham Wolff was listed in Flamersheim for the first time in 1769. In 
1785 he was poor and in need. Abraham's great granddaughter was the wife of 
the businessman, Nathan Ulmer, in Kirchheim (1870). Their grandchildren still 
had a wholesale and retail cattle business in Kirchheim in 1938. 

Heymann Israel lived in Flamersheim in 1790, the same time as the 
aforementioned Abraham Wolff. In 1808 Heymann Israel was a teacher in the 
nearby town of Rheinbach. His only daughter was the wife, in 1810, of the 
textile salesman, Jakob Meyer of Kirchheim {R. Meir), who lived to be 101 years 
old. 

The Jews of Flamersheim and neighboring Kirchheim combined their 
religious services in the 18th century. The teaching and prayer room was in the 
home of the Wendel family, located in the vicinity of the Flamersheim Markt 
(Marketplace) at Putzgasse 118in 1813. 

Flamersheim's first known teacher and preacher was Israel Beer (1719). It 
is said he pursued his teaching and preaching without doing anything else. 

The Jews of the nearby town of Schweinheim participated in 
Flamersheim's religious services until 1874 as the teaching and prayer room 
was adequate for both groups. 

The synagogue at Valdergasse 2a (next to Emil Herz's house at the corner 
— "Geh in die Gass ") was built in 1876 and dedicated in 1878. The 
Flamersheim synagogue had 60 seats and cost about 7,500 marks to build. In 
November, 1938 the local Nazi S.S, Gestapo insisted on having it demolished 
and only the foundation remains below a garden behind the former home of 
Emil Herz. 

The congregation charged membership dues of six totem in 1850, a sum 
arrived at at a membership meeting. In 1856 Lazarus Ulmer lost a court case in 
Rheinbach which challenged the dues. 

In 1877 some members of the original congregation in Flamersheim split 
away from the Jewish congregation in Schweinheim. In 1886 the congregation 
in Kuchenheim also wanted to break away from Schweinheim's and in 1878 
the congregation in Kirchheim also wanted to break away. 

Jacob Weiss, Lazarus Ulmer, David Rolef, Abraham Julich and Leon Appel 
signed a petition asking the courts to declare Kirchheim's Jews to be 
independent of Flamersheim. They claimed that as far back as people could 
remember there had always been a Jewish cemetery in their town. The court 
rejected the petition, however, because the Kirchheim congregation was too 

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weak financially to be independent. In 1883 the Kirchheim congregation's 
petition to have a separate school was also rejected. The Oberpr&sldium (higher 
court) in Koblenz proposed that the Flamersheim and Kirchheim congregations 
should remain together and all the Jewish children of Kirchheim, 
Grossbullesheim and Kuchenheim should receive their education in 
Flamersheim. Beginning in 1899 the children from Grossbullesheim and 
Kuchenheim attended the Euskirchen Jewish school. The only Jewish school 
in Flamersheim was closed in 1907. 

From 1852 to 1918 the Flamersheim congregation belonged to. the 
community synagogues of Kreis (County) Rheinbach as a special congregation. 
Until its dissolution, a court- appointed person was placed in charge, whose 
expenses were supposed to be paid by the members. In 1854 the Flamersheim 
Jews had one of the weakest congregations hi Kreis Rheinbach, but by 1889 it 
had as much income as the synagogues in Meckenheim and Munstereifel. More 
than 100 persons belonged to the Flamersheim congregation in the years 1871- 
75. They had to make up the expenses from twelve Jewish citizens in 
Flamersheim and Kirchheim. None of the Jews in the villages of Stotzheim and 
Niederkastenholz were financially able to pay dues to the Flamersheim 
synagogue. 

Markus Oster, the synagogue's president, was the first Jew to be a member 
of Flamersheim's town council (1919). Other prominent Jews in the 
Flamersheim area were Dr. Moritz Herz and Dr. Gustav Wendel, veterinarians; 
Alfred Oster, the lawyer and notary who died in Israel, and Dr. Ernst Weiss, 
Dr. Sally Weiss and Dr. Siegfred Weiss (from Kirchheim and Flamersheim), 
physicians. 

Three Flamersheim Jews fell in the wars for Germany and their names 
appear on a memorial (with a large Christian cross) on the church wall in the 
Markt. They are Michael Daniel (Austro -Prussian War, 1866) and Leo Daniel 
and Albert Herz (World War I, 1914-18). 

Michael Wendel was a prominent Jewish businessman in the 19th century. 
In 1857 he belonged to the group that was entitled to get wood from the forest. 

Isidor Oster, the cattle dealer, had a veiy extensive clientele as far away as 
Saxony in 1900. He bought the cattle in Bavaria, Wurttemburg and the Rhine 
Pfalz. He was later killed by the Nazis. David Daniel, the father of the 
aforementioned Leo Daniel, also a cattle dealer, was the owner of a two-story 
residence and a storage place with a stable for horses and cows. Around 1920 
he established a meat packing house, Godesberg Fleischwarerxfabrik. This 
undertaking was, at the end, managed by his son, Josef Daniel, who serviced 
large food distributors — Karstadt and Tietz department stores — until 1935. 
Josef Daniel, unmarried, was killed by the Nazis at Sobibor on May 21, 1943. 

Those Flamersheim Jews who did not leave the country during the Nazi 
period were brought to a place near the town of Zulpich where they were forced 
to labor. From this group, six men, fifteen women, and children were brought 
to their deaths in Auschwitz. 

I found 26 gravesites in the Jewish cemetery "Im obersten Dretfeldchen" — 
"a little acreage" — on my visit there in October, 1981. The cemetery is located 
in the middle of a farm away from the street in Kirchheim. About a block to 

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the north is the tiny Kirchheim cemetery with seven gravestones. Both 
cemeteries were desecrated in 1928. 

The last Jew to be buried in the Flamersheim cemetery was Gustav Oster, 
who died on March 3, 1939. Under the Nazi edicts, Jews could no longer drive 
vehicles and Gentiles were not permitted to associate with Jews, Nevertheless, 
a non-Jew, Franz Scheueren of Flamersheim, took the body to the cemetery. 
Gustav Oster's two children, Richard Oster and Else Oster Nathan Salomon, 
lived in the United States — he in Sioux City, Iowa and she in Rlverdale [the 
Bronx], New York City — with their children and grandchildren. 

Dr. Hugo Oster, a son of Meyer and Johanna Sommer Oster, who 
practiced medicine in Euskirchen, took special care of the poor In that city. He 
was the last Jew to be deported from Euskirchen by the Nazis. 

The Jew, Callman, lived in Kirchheim from 1719 until 1750. His son, 
Liffrnann, lived in Bonn after his marriage in 1757, but moved to Kuchenheim 
In 1764. At the time Callman lived in Kirchheim, the Jew, Hirz, also lived 
there. In 1729 they paid tribute of 2.64 goldguldens and they were waiting to 
receive letters of recommendation which had been promised to them. 

Hirz's daughter, Gutgen, had a small business in 1803 in the houses at 
Lindenburg Strasse 153. Around 1780 there were three Jewish families in 
Kirchheim: the textile businessman, Jakob Meyer, in Oberkastenholz; the 
butcher, Arent Wolff, and the windowmaker, David Rolef. 

In the entire Flamersheim region the Jews from Kirchheim were the 
leaders until 1848. This led to the election, in 1853, of Adam Josef Wolff from 
Kirchheim to be the president of the synagogue community of Flamersheim. 

The congregation reached its peak membership of 48 in 1869. Belonging to 
the community were the Daniel, Julich, Kahn, Rolef, Ulmer, Weiss and Wolff 
families. Thereafter, the weight of the: Jewish influence In the area shifted to 
Flamersheim. Only once more, in 1883, with Albert Weiss, did a Kirchheim 
Jew lead the county synagogue at Rheinbach. 

Of the Kirchheim Jews, the four sons of Leopold Daniel --- Jakob, Carl, 
Max and Josef — and Gustav Rolef participated in World War I. Gustav Rolef 
fell in France in 1918. The brothers Carl and Max Daniel possessed a large 
cattle dealership in Kirchheim until 1935 which delivered between five and six 
oxen each week to be slaughtered in the big market in Bonn. After fleeing from 
the Nazis, Carl Daniel operated a large cattle business in Flemlngton, New 
Jersey. Since his retirement, the business has been operated by his three sons, 
Heinz (Henry), Gunther (Jerry) and Fred Daniel, the latter having been born in 
New Jersey in 1943. 

Fifteen Jews still lived in Kirchheim in 1932. Max and Josef Daniel 
emigrated to New York. Hugo Rolef, who married Erna Friesem from 
Burgbrohl, went to Cape Town, South Africa, where he died in 1960. Erna 
Friesem Rolef s sister, Alma Friesem, married Ludwig Wolff and they also fled 
to Cape Town, where he died in June, 1980. Julius and Kurt Weiss escaped 
to Israel. The remaining Daniel sisters and the three Ulmer sisters were taken 
by the Gestapo in 1942 to a Judenhaus — Jewish home — in the village of 
Sinzenich and from there they were deported. 

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The Jewish cemetery in Oberkastenholz was already registered in 1828. 
Next to the cemetery there was a large pond belonging to a Mr. von Vincke, 
owner of a castle at Flamersheim. In 1907 the cemetery was closed because it 
was filled up. It was desecrated twice — in 1928 and again in 1940. Today it 
consists of a single row of seven gravestones of Kirchheim's Jews, four of the 
stones written completely in Hebrew. 

Two Jewish families lived in the village of Merzbach in the Surst area 
since about 177L They were Samuel Marx, a small storekeeper from 
Darmstadt, and Michael Wolff from Augsburg, Bavaria. Mr, Wolff, a Torah 
teacher of the Rheinbach Jews, was the Stammvater of the Metzger family 
which settled in the county of Rheinbach after 1854. 

In 1820, the cattle dealer, Josef Daniel from Gelsdorf, moved to Merzbach. 
He was the son of Daniel Berlin {Daniel Joosel) and Breile Salm. The Daniel 
families of Flamersheim, Kirchheim and Ersdorf are descended from them. 

In 1840, Josef Sommer from Kuchenheim married a member of the Metzger 
family in Merzbach. From him are descended the Sommer family in Rheinbach 
and Wesseling, who were well-to-do business people in real estate and meat 
handling. Johanna Sommer, born in Kuchenheim, married Meyer Oster, the 
son of Isaak and Eva {Ester) Herz Oster of Schweinheim. 

Eighteen Jews still lived in Merzbach in 1871, but they left the village 
soon thereafter. 

Wormersdorf (with Ipplendorf) near Rheinbach — where the related 
Schmitz, Schweitzer and Weber families lived --- had no Jews until 1805, 
when R, Salomon [known as Salomon Schmitz after the name changes In 
1808] from Grossgerau and his wife, Clara Hebgen Herz from Schweinheim, 
moved to the village from Bodendorf, where their oldest four children were 
born. They had three more children in Wormersdorf. 



CONCLUSION 



So, this concludes the story of a small number of Jewish families from the 
countryside in the lower Rhineland, the Eifel and the Polch area near Mayen. 
In these pages we have seen how, through a series of marriages, the families 
were related to each other and how they stayed together in order to survive as 
a minority in a Christian society which, for many centuries, openly 
discriminated against them since they were vulnerable scapegoats. 

Having lived through the experience of constant discrimination, forced 
expulsions, restrictions placed on their ability to get an education and to 
learn certain trades, and having to pay exorbitant tribute to nobility in return 
for protection which did not always last, these Jewish families realized that 
the only route to survival was to stick together, practice their religion 
faithfully and to maintain their traditions. 

Thus we find that all of the members of our family who were born and 
raised in Germany have great knowledge of their ancestors (thus making the 

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gathering of information for this book much easier) Hardly anyone in the 
family in Europe prior to the post World War II era married a non- Jew, for this 
was considered a great sin. The families of those who did marry a non-Jew 
usually would hold a funeral service and then sit Shiva (mourning) for that 
person, who was then considered to be dead. 

There are a great many instances of cousins marrying. Sometimes a 
brother and sister of one family would marry a sister and brother from another 
Jewish family. If there were a few Jewish families in the same or neighboring 
villages, there would be many marriages between them, for there were few 
Jewish mates to be found in the countryside. 

All of these tendencies are found in our family tree. 

What about the future? Will we once again face discrimination, forced 
expulsions and restrictions? Can we survive as a people in Israel — our 
nation — and elsewhere around the world? Only time will tell and, hopefully, 
we will all learn to be alert to combat all forms of anti-Semitism. 

At the dedication ceremonies of the Holocaust Memorial Sculpture by 
Jack Mann in the Rockdale Temple in Cincinnati, Ohio in 1995, 86-year-old 
Alice Guthmann Dewald, who was born in Aachen, Germany, stood before the 
congregants and said, "As I stand here on this solemn Ha-Shoah service, it is 
my hope that 'Yom Ha-Shoah" will be observed in all places of Jewish worship 
forever, lest we forget. 

"Since our family has lost many of our closest relatives in the Holocaust, 
it was my late husband's [Oscar I. Dewald, born in Munstermaifeld on May 11, 
1906-arrived in the United States from Holland in 1939-died in Cincinnati, 
Ohio on June 22, 1991] wish to commemorate them and all who perished, to 
give a Holocaust memorial sculpture to Rockdale Temple, where he was a 
devoted member for 50 years, and where he had smother wish fulfilled, when 
he had his second Bar Mitzvah here in 1989, a first in Rockdale Temple's 
history. 

"...May it be a steady reminder to all who worship at Rockdale Temple, but 
mainly serve as a 'Learning Center' for the children and generations to come to 
be taught and 'Never Forget 1 what happened in this gruesome period of history 
where Six Million European Jews were so brutally tortured and murdered by 
the Nazi regime. 

"Let us hope and pray that the good in people come to the fore and 
triumph over hate, prejudice and terror - and let us say: Amen." 

Can we remain united as one family even though we are drifting further 
apart because we are now dispersed in the United States, Canada, South 
America, Europe, South Africa, New Zealand and Israel? 

The answer is that only all of us together — with a determination to 
continue and to update this family tree and to communicate with each other 
regularly --- can accomplish this goal. It is up to all of us to do our share. 

If all of these goals are accomplished, then my more than a quarter 
century of a labor of love will have been worth it. 

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CHAPTER FOUR 

MY VISIT TO MUNSTERMAIFELD - Summer 1969 

By Jonathan Glass 

June, 2000 

In 1999 while living in Cape Town, South Africa I told the story of my 
spontaneous visit to Munstermaifeld in 1969, several times - first to some 
German friends and then to 000, my newly discovered South African cousin. 
As a result of this and other meetings with Adele and her husband Mike, we 
started entertaining the idea of visiting the Mosel Valley again, this time 
planning the trip well in advance and involving other members of the family. 
As part of the preparations for this trip that we plan for the summer of 2001, I 
decided to write down what I remember of the 1969 visit. 

Thirty years ago, while guiding a group of Dutch geology students of the 
Leiden University in a mapping exercise in the Eifel region of Germany, I found 
to my surprise that Munstermaifeld, the little German town where my mother 
was born was quite near to our camp in Traben Trabach, the old town on the 
Mosel River. I never before planned or even considered the idea of visiting 
Munstermaifeld. My mother never encouraged us or expected us to go there 
and it was totally out of question for her to even think of returning to the 
place of her childhood as she never forgave the Germans and until today, like 
many other survivors of Holocaust horrors, finds it extremely painful to share 
or be confronted with memories of that period in her life. However when I 
found myself so near to the place, with a car and spare time, a resolve to visit 
the place arose in me instantaneously - in a way I couldn't continue my travel 
without going there first. Was it curiosity? Of course to some extent it was, 
but there was more to it. It was an atavistic attraction, a sort of an 
unconscious pull so hard to explain that made us go. It seemed so 
unbelievable that this foreign land is where my ancestors came from, that this 
little rural corner of Europe is where my mother was born, where she had 
sisters, uncles, aunts, cousins, grandparents and friends - where she had a 
full life and where she passed a good part of her childhood and youth. 

My mother was born in Munstermaifeld in 1918 and left in 1933 to 
England where she stayed with her uncle for four years before immigrating to 
Palestine. My grandfather, Samuel, was also born in Munstermaifeld and so 
were his parents and grandparents. The history of the Kaufmann family in 
Munstermaifeld can be traced back at least to the 18th century. My 
grandmother, Selma, was born in the nearby town of Mayen. I never saw my 
grandparents - my grandfather died in Germany, of natural causes in 1941 and 
my grandmother was deported by the Nazis, a year later, on July 27th 1942, 
and we have never found out where she perished. My mother's sisters, Use and 
Erna also managed to move out of Germany before it was too late and ended 
up in Argentina where they got married and had children and grandchildren - 
Erna and Use are not alive any more. My mother got married in Israel to 
Martin Glass, a German Jew from Berlin. They live in Jerusalem, Israel and 
have three children, eight grandchildren and three great-grandchildren. 

My mother used to tell us from time to time about her childhood and early 
youth in Munstermaifeld. I assume that I forgot much of what she told, 

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however, some of the pictures I drew in my memory while listening to her 
stories were still accessible to me then, on that morning when I decided to 
visit Munstermaifeld. Let me first take stock of what knowledge I had about 
Munstermaifeld on that day in 1969. I had a vague notion of how the inside 
of my grandparents' house in Munstermaifeld looked like and somewhat 
clearer images of a backyard or garden with a cherry tree and of a basement 
with a barrel of sauerkraut. I also stored an image of green meadows on which 
the laundry, mainly white sheets are spread to dry after washing, sprinkled 
with flowers. I don't remember when exactly my mother told us those stories, 
but it must have been when I was very little, may be five years old, and still 
the pictures that remained in my mind were clear and vivid, as they are today. 
I knew that my grandfather was a butcher, that his surname was Kaufmann 
and that my Grandmother's maiden name was Treidel. Mother told us that in 
Munstermaifeld there were good relationships between Jews and Germans, 
that she had many German friends with whom she went to school and even to 
church and that her German friends visited her home for Sabbath meals. The 
last of these fragmentary recollections relate to my mother's stories about her 
school. I was impressed by and therefore remembered two details - the slates 
and chalks the pupils used as writing materials and the tough disciplinary 
rule, part of which being a brutal penal system of beating the back of your 
hand with a stick. Apart from that last scene it sounded to me, a child of 
about five years old when these stories were told, as a beautiful, stable and 
peaceful childhood. And so it really was until of course everything was 
shattered to pieces. With this sketchy and probably even incorrect knowledge I 
got into the car on that summer day in 1969 having no idea what this day is 
going to bring. 

My first wife, Miriam, and elder daughter, Sharon, two-years-old then, 
were with me on that geological field trip and so it was the three of us, driving 
down memory lane to Munstermaifeld. Unfortunately, I didn't write a diary 
during the trip or closely afterwards, which I regret today, 30 years later, 
tremendously. So here is the story of our visit written as I remember it today, 
June 2000. 

The drive from Traben Trabach to Munstermaifeld along the Mosel River 
was exceptionally beautiful. The Mosel in this part is a sharply meandering 
river deeply cut into the surrounding Eifel plateau. The steep valley is partly 
forested and partly covered by carefully cultivated vineyards, spreading all the 
way from the riverbank up to the surrounding highlands. Little picturesque 
towns and villages with well-preserved traditional architecture occupy the 
narrow riverbanks and lower slopes and fairytale castles with sharply pointed 
spires, among the best in Germany, occupy the tops of isolated hills 
overlooking the river. I remember passing through the famous gatehouse of 
Traben Trabach and then through Cochem with its picturesque castle perched 
on top of the hill. It was difficult to imagine that this pastoral beauty is the 
arena where the most horrific episodes in my mother's family story took place. 
I remember noticing the women of the valley - somber figures wearing tightly 
tied aprons with compact hairdo fastened by a scarf, heavy shoes and an 
energetic walk, full of purpose. I can understand a bit better now where my 
mother is coming from, I said to my wife. My mother is a practical, ever active, 
energetic person with absolute clarity of purpose and steel strong internal 
discipline, who always looks tidy even after several hours of strenuous activity 
around the house. Now I could understand where these characteristics 

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developed. We turned away from the main road along the Mosel Into a sharply 
curving country road winding up the valley into the Maifeld, part of the Eifel 
plateau - a distinctly different landscape of gently sloping cultivated hills. A 
few minutes later we were already at the outskirts of Munstermaifeld. During 
the drive I was asking myself, what on earth are we going to do there, once we 
arrive in Munstermaifeld? I was not sure if I'll talk to the people or just drive 
through and take a few photos. Should we try to find my mother's house and 
knock at the door? As the visit was the outcome of a spontaneous decision, I 
didn't have the address of the house or a sketch map or any other diagnostic 
details. We were totally unprepared. So, I'll have to talk to people and inquire, 
I thought to myself. I'll have to find people who still remember. How are they 
going to react to our surprise visit? Will I be able to make myself understood 
with the little German that was buried deep in my memory? Will I let that 
latent, rarely activated German come out? I always had an ambivalent feeling 
to the sound of the German language - it was my mother's, but also the 
language of the Gestapo soldiers and officers. I definitely had a difficulty using 
German. 

It was then, still at the outskirts of Munstermaifeld that we spotted an old 
man walking along the road. Well, he looked old enough I thought - he must 
have been already grown up at the time of World War II and if he is a 
Munstermaifeld native, he might remember some of the Jewish families who 
lived here before, he might even remember some individuals and where they 
used to live. We stopped the car in front of the old man. I introduced myself 
straightforwardly as the son of Nora Kauimann, the butcher's daughter. I 
don't recall if there was any reaction of surprise or astonishment. I think the 
conversation proceeded easily, quickly assuming a friendly tone. Yes, he 
remembered. He thought he knew where the house was, and wanted to help us 
find it. I think this was one of the most unique moments of this trip. 
Suddenly, this landscape was not anymore a foreign land - in less than a 
minute a bridge was built over time and space linking us with this spot on 
earth that only seconds ago was just another non descript town in rural 
Germany. The old man added that he was not in Munstermaifeld during the 
war. Well, I thought to myself, here we go, the guy is presenting his alibi - 
dissociating himself from anything that happened to the Jews and our family 
during the war. As my grandmother and other relatives did not leave until the 
tragic end and perished in the camps, I could not be completely free of such 
speculations. Of course there was no way to figure out on the spot if he was 
telling the truth. Saying what he said about his absence during WWII brought 
up to the surface what might have been just a manifestation of the collective 
guilt so many Germans feel, even until today. It really didn't matter to me that 
much whether that was a true story, but still I could not escape the thought, 
that he was there and that he and the others did nothing to protect the Jews 
with whom they lived in harmony for generations. But another thought was 
rushing through simultaneously, that we can't collectively blame all Germans 
of that age group for the Holocaust and this guy was friendly and really 
wanted to help us in our search. There was no time to workout these thoughts 
to a conclusive result - reality dictated what happened next. We invited the 
old man to join us in the car and we drove into town. 

My first impression of Munstermaifeld was that time has frozen here. It 
was like entering an old post card. There was no sign of new construction. You 
know, I said to my wife, I have the feeling that this place looks pretty much 

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the same as the town my mother left 35 years ago. For Israelis who were used 
to witness history in the making this was an astonishing realization. Israel 
was and still is a dynamic place where landscapes are transformed within a 
generation, where new settlements emerge out of empty space where existing 
settlements change constantly and rapidly and where time is on the move. It 
daunted on me that most probably not only the houses in Munstermaifeld, 
but also the people are the same, the same families that inhabited the town 
before and during World War II - may be still owning the same shops, busy 
with the same occupations, picking cherries from the same trees... This was so 
strange. I could imagine what an emotional experience this would be for my 
mother to come back to this place and walk down these familiar, practically 
unchanged streets, recognizing individual buildings, street corners, gardens, 
perhaps even some of the older trees, and meeting her grownup childhood 
friends for whom life continued with little disruption in this little rural 
town. The old man interrupted my thoughts. Here is the school of 
Munstermaifeld he pointed, it is the school today, it was the school back then, 
it was the school your mother attended. Somehow I felt the old man knew 
where to take us, and what to say. He understood our process and took us to 
places he thought might be meaningful for us. The picture of my mother as a 
school girl came to me in a flash - sitting in the classroom in an obedient 
posture, in front of her slate, her hands folded tightly behind her back, her 
fingers covered with chalk, and the teacher, walking around authoritatively 
holding the famous stick In her hand. 

The old man then asked me to stop the car in front a gated wall. This is 
the house where your mother was born he said. We stepped out of the car and 
stood at the gate looking into a muddy courtyard with several simple 
structures that looked very much like farm buildings and a two-story house. 
Pigs were roaming freely in the mud. It all felt so unbelievable. There were 
moments in which I felt as if I was thrown back in time to medieval Europe. 
The old man, still standing at the gate raised his voice and called for the 
house owner. A man and a woman appeared on the second floor balcony. The 
old man in an excited voice introduced us to the couple on the balcony. I 
couldn't follow the entire conversation, but the bottom line was that this was 
not the house we were looking for. This somehow was also my feeling, as it 
didn't fit my mother's descriptions. According to the couple their house 
belonged to another member of the Kaufmann family. I could sense that the 
conversation among the three threw them back into a past they probably 
preferred not to remember and stirred emotions they probably never had to 
deal with so directly. I wished I could understand everything they said. The 
couple explained the old man where Samuel Kaufmann the butcher's house 
really was and how to get there. We went back to the car and resumed our 
improvised sightseeing through the narrow streets of Munstermaifeld. 

Our next stop was at a ruined building. This was the synagogue said our 
guide. I think a wall surrounded the building and its garden, but somehow we 
could look through. Only the external walls and the gables were still intact. 
There was no roof and trees were growing inside the ruined synagogue. It 
appeared as if nobody entered the enclosure for years, perhaps even since the 
day it ceased to function as a place of worship in 1942? There were no signs of 
restoration efforts, but on the other hand, the building was never totally 
erased thus standing untouched as a constant reminder of the Jewish 
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that brought it to an end. Perhaps it was still too early to do something about 
it, I thought. Perhaps too many of the people who witnessed the last day of 
this house of prayer were still alive. What happened here? Did the Nazis put 
the synagogue on fire? Was it destroyed on the same horrifying day when they 
came to take the Jews away? What happened to the Torah scrolls and the 
other ritual objects? Did the German inhabitants of Munstermaifeld 
participate in a celebration of fire, destruction, plunder and what not? I 
wanted to ask all these questions, but my German was too poor and the issue 
too sensitive and so I kept them to myself. I tried to imagine my mother with 
her family enjoying the peaceful serenity of the Sabbath in this place, but I 
couldn't. This was too difficult. I began to realize that this spontaneous and 
presumably innocent trip is turning into a serious, meaningful and 
unforgettable experience. I took some photos of the ruin and went back to the 
car. 

We drove a bit further and parked in front of my mother's house. The same 
scenario repeated itself. The old man introduced us and asked if we could see 
the house. Apparently there was no debate this time, vis-a-vis the correct 
identification of the house. We entered through a rather long and dark 
corridor into a slightly better lit hall, where we all stood staring at each other 
not knowing exactly how to proceed from here. I wanted so much to go out to 
the backyard and find out if the cherry tree was still there and go down to the 
basement and look for the sauerkraut barrel. But I felt the people were quite 
uneasy about our visit. Again questions were running through my mind. Who 
are these people? How and under which circumstances they became the 
owners of this house. Are they the first inhabitants of this house since it was 
evacuated of its Jewish owners? Is some of the furniture I see still my 
grandmother's? I wished my mother were here to guide us through this cache 
of memories. It was because of the uneasy vibes that we got from the present 
owners that we decided to cut the visit short, we really didn't want to impose 
ourselves. I believe that if my German was better I could have softened their 
attitude and break through the curtain of suspicion, guilt, confusion and 
uneasiness. After all we came so unexpectedly, just knocking at the door, 
suddenly emerging out of nowhere, our intentions unclear, carrying with us 
memories of disturbing events and we didn't give them an opportunity to 
prepare themselves. Very rarely do I find myself regretting not being able to 
speak German, this was one of those rare cases. And so we left the house 
much sooner then we expected. 

Before parting from the old man we asked him if there was a Jewish 
cemetery around. He knew the cemetery was out of town, near Mertloch and 
that it served several Jewish communities, not only Munstermaifeld and that 
the keys to the gate of the cemetery were with the Mayor of Mertloch. We 
thanked the old man for his patience and friendly guidance and decided to 
have a rest somewhere and have something to eat before going to Mertloch. 
The past two hours were quite demanding emotionally and we needed to be 
with ourselves for a while and decide what to do next. 

We entered a little grocery shop to buy some bread, cheese and cold cuts 
for lunch. The shopkeeper, a woman in her 40s, was looking at us with 
shining, questioning eyes and unconcealed curiosity. She could not contain 
her excitement and almost immediately burst asking where we came from and 
who we are. Of course, few international tourists visit Munstermaifeld, so our 

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presence would be noticed in any case, but there was more to it. I felt she 
already knew who we were. I assumed that by now, everybody in town knew 
about our visit - rumors spread quickly in little provincial places. My mother 
was born here many years ago to one of the Jewish families I said to the 
shopkeeper, and we came to see the place. Who is your mother asked the lady 
in an emotional intonation. Again, I sensed that she knew precisely who we 
were but faithful to good German manners pretended not to. I am the son of 
Nora Kaufinann I said and this little one is her first grandchild I added 
pointing to Sharon. A very moving conversation followed. The woman said she 
was the best friend of my mother and she had fond memories of visits at the 
Kaufmann's home, especially on Friday nights. She knew that Nora left before 
the Nazis came but didn't know what happened to her later in life and what 
happened to her sisters. I tried to update her to the extent my broken German 
permitted me. Again, unfortunately the barrier of language made it impossible 
to have a more serious conversation. She wrote a small note for my mother on 
a little piece of paper and handed it to me. 

We took our picnic lunch to a bench in the garden near the Munster. 
There were no other people around and for the first time since we met the old 
man we were on our own able to relax a bit and reflect on the overwhelming 
experiences. I wondered if we were the first descendants of the local Jewish 
families to visit Munstermaifeld after World War II. My mother never told me 
about other survivors of that Jewish community apart from her two sisters. All 
In all this Jewish community could not be so large and if there were other 
survivors, I guessed, they were just a few of them. On the one hand I felt like 
staying around Munstermaifeld and trying to find some answers to these 
questions, but on the other, we did already so much more than we originally 
planned and we had to start heading north to Lapland where my geology field 
season would start very soon. We decided to visit the cemetery and than start 
our long drive to Scandinavia. I took some pictures of the Munster and we 
drove to Mertloch to the Mayor's house where, as the old man told us, we got 
the keys to the cemetery. 

We found the Jewish cemetery quite easily outside of town in the middle of 
the open fields. There was nobody around. From the outside it appeared as a 
deserted place, perhaps not visited for a very long time. Grasses and weeds 
were growing wild and high, covering many of the tombstones. Again I was 
puzzled by the possibility that we could have been the first visitors since the 
war, but the locker on the gate yielded to the key quite easily proving my 
speculation wrong. We entered and walked among the tombstones. Many of 
them were tilted or were lying flat, but there was no sign of intentional 
destruction - the place was simply succumbing to natural elements. We looked 
for the name Kaufmann on the stones but couldn't find any. I attributed it to 
the fact that some of the stones were lying flat on their inscriptions so that we 
couldn't read. Later my mother told me that at least some of the Kaufmanns 
of her family were buried in the Jewish cemetery of Koblenz. The most moving 
photos we made in this visit show Sharon, the little two years old second- 
generation Israeli girl, granddaughter of Nora Kaufinann, walking among the 
tombstones and grasses. 

After the field season in Lapland, at the end of that summer I told the 
story of our visit to my mother. The story and the pictures of those familiar 
childhood landscapes and especially Sharon's photos walking among the 

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tombstone in the deserted cemetery made a strong impression on her. But 
back then she was still determined never to return to her childhood town. 
Some years later with my father and his brother and wife she finally overcame 
the many reasons that made it impossible before and they went to the Mosel 
Valley and visited Munstermaifeld, but never again. Since then my mother was 
in touch with some Germans who did research about the Jewish communities 
in the Mosel Valley but always remained ambivalent about it. She is now in 
touch with a German family in Zell, a town in the Mosel Valley. 

I never came back since that visit, but I told the story several times to 
friends and family. In 1992 I visited my cousins in Argentina, the sons of 
Erna, my mother's younger sister. They had very little knowledge of the history 
of our family and wanted to know everything I could tell them. My cousin's 
German was almost as poor as mine and definitely not good enough to share 
the full story. They couldn't speak English or Hebrew and my Spanish was 
limited to two or three words, and so the only way to communicate was 
through Elizabeth, my second wife, who translated the story to Spanish. 



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CHAPTER FIVE 

MAPS 
MAP OF ANCESTRAL CITIES AND TOWNS 



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Viedel Str. 24: Leopold 
Hirsch and Rosetta Anschel 
Rfthind Viedel 24: Michael 
Anschel and Anna Maria 
Mayer (1837). 
yiedel Str. 13 : Mrs. Jakob 
Wolf (widow, born Caroline 
Levy). Julius Wolff's wife, 
Bella Weinberg (1932), 
Viedel Str. 7: Jakob Faber 
and Susanna Kaufmann. 
Ferdinand Faber and 
Josephina Kallman (1930). 
Otto Gunther's wife, Frieda 
.Faber (1932), Johanna 
Faber (1939). 



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BrescheGass171: Moises 
Anschel and Helene Mayer 
(1812), Joseph Anschel and 
Magdalena Gottschalk 
(1837). 

Kirch $<r r 11: Moses 
Anschel and Rosa Hirsch. 
[Bresche Gass 171 and Kirch 
Str, 11 are one house.] 
Bahnhof Str. 27 : Moritz 
Anschel and Elisabeth 
Froelich. Heinrich Anschel 
(1932). 




The following two houses 
could not be located by the 
Mayor and Standesamt 
(Recordkeeper), probably 
because the street names 
changed in the 19th century: 

(Section H, Number 241 in 
Peter Osters GSsschen: 
Jacob Kahn. 

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Michael Anschel (1837). 

(Section H, Number 29) in 
Klpppel Qass: Herz 
Schlaum(1812). 
Klpppel Str r gp: Hermann 
Herz and Wilhelmine 
Anschel (the widow of Jakob 
Herz). 

Vormai Str. 9: Leopold 
Haimann and Karoline 
Herz. 

Klopoel Gass 24 and 
KlOppel Gass 25 : Jakob 
Hirsch and Johanna 
"Selma" Wolff (1837). 
Kirch Str. 29fr Benjamin 
Anschel and Karoline Stern, 
'Oster Gasse ?• Samuel 
Anschel and Gerta 
Schulmann. Theodor 
Anschel (1911). 
,Oster Gasse 7- Adetheid 
and Klara Hirsch. 
Oster Gasse 1 1 • Synagogue 
(now a museum). 
St. Qeorqen Str 13: 
Friedrich Wilhelm Anschel 
— and Auguste Oppenheimer. 
Isidor Frenkel and Mathilde 
Anschel Frenkel (1922), 

Maifeltfer Strgsse 2: Dr. 
.Heinz Kahn and Inge Hein. 
[They reside there today.] 
Lassport Str. 25: Salomon 
Kahn and Regina Anschel. 
Marttplatz 11-13-1$: 

Ferdinand Faber and Fina 

Kallman 
|_assport $tr. ?-4: Simon 

Levy and Blondine Haas. 

Richard Levy (1916). 
Pastoren Str. 7: Hermann 

Hirsch and Henriette 

Friesem. 

Courtesy: Mayor Anette Moesta of Maifeld in Polch 



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MUNSTERMA IFFI D and MERTLOCH 



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Family Leo Kahn lived on 
Severns Strasse. the same 
street on which the 
Munstermaifeld synagogue was 
locat ed. 

The Leopold and Rudolf 
Bender families and the 
Samuel Kaufmann family 
,resid ed on Ohertor Strasse. 
Fritz Dewald lived on Herren 
Strasse. 



Karl Marx and his family had 
their home on Schwelz 
Strasse . while the Diewald 
family lived by the 
Wasserturm. The Herschel 



family lived in Munstermaifeld 
in the 1800s and then left. 

-Annie Kahn 



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The Faber, Minkel, Platz and Wolf 
(Wolff) families lived in Mertloch 
prior to the Holocaust. Our family — 
the Wolf family — - resided in a house 
on the south side of Bahnhof 
Strasse near Am Michelshof. Across 



(the street from us lived the Fabers, 
The Platz family lived in the second 
house on the left on Polcfrei Strafe 
when one approached the village 
from Polch to the north. The Jewish 
cemetery for Maifeld was located just 
south of Mertloch on Kirch Strasse 
beyond Gappenacher Strasse on the 
way toward Naunheim. I do not recall 
where the Minkel family lived in 
Mertloch, but they also lived in 
Mayen. The synagogue was located in 
a little alley on the left across the 
street from the school. It was sold in 
the 1920s. 

— Manfried "Manny" Wolf 



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CHAPTE R S»X 

STATISTICAL INFORMATION 



• Ancestral Jewish Cemeteries 

• Population Figures 

• List of Teachers of Law 

• Personal Records 

• Synagogue Taxes and Fees Lists 
•Jewish Leaders of Rheinbach 

• 1808 Name Change Lists 
• Nazi Deportation Lists 

►Jewish Homeowners in Polch Since 1910 



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Location: 



JEWIS H CEMETER I E S 

Bassenheim 
Information gathered by Klaus H.S. Schulte on August 1 1, 1985. 

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1 . (Hebrew) Bernhard Marx, March 22, 1871-May 21, 1 93 1 . 

2. (Hebrew) Daniel Simon, February 5, 1845-January 22, 1924. 

3. Epitaph missing. 

4. Epitaph missing. 

5. Epitaph missing. 

6. Daniel Simon (and nine rows of Hebrew writing). 

7. (Hebrew) 

8. Jakob Sussman (and five rows of Hebrew writing). 

9. Karoline Simon (and ten rows of Hebrew writing). 

10. Writing is weathered away. 

1 1 . Mina Simon (and eleven rows of Hebrew writing). 

1 2 . (Hebrew-six rows of writing). 

13. (Hebrew. Symbol: jug of the Levites). 

14. (Hebrew). 

15. Moses Susman (five rows of Hebrew writing). 

16. (Hebrew). 

17. Selig Birman or Susman, February 12, 1800-April 20, 1874. 

18. Moses Susmann, Moshe bar Ahron, born in February 1800, died February 13, 1874. 

19. Ahron Susmann, died April 10, 1859 (and nine rows of Hebrew writing). 

20. (Eight rows of Hebrew writing). 

2 1 . (Hebrew-a wife) . 

22. (Hebrew-a wife, seven rows of writing), 

23. (Hebrew-a wife, ten rows of writing). 

The old synagogue stands at Charlottenstrasse 3, at the corner of Mayener Strasse. 



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Bausendorf 
(Kreis Bernkastel-Wittlich) 

Information gathered by Klaus H.S. Schulte in the spring of 1986. 

1. Jakob Mayer, Jakob bar Samuel, Bausendorf, August 7, 181 1 -September 4, 1892. 

2. JuUane Hess, born Gartner, Sept. 18, 1807-November 15, 1915. 

3. Caroline Baum, born Mayer, died March 12, 1900, 82-years-old. 

4. Gerson Mayer, Gershon bar Natan, April 4, 1833-November 7, 1914. 

5. Judith Mayer, born Hessel, born In Hambuch-June 24, 1840, died in Kinderbeuern- 

November 11, 1908. 

6. Jette bath Natan. 

7. Moses Levi, born in Aachen/Mosel- April 10, 181 1, died in Bausendorf-April 10, 1892. 

8. Our good mother, Frau Salomon Levi, born Henriette Levy, September 28, 1868-December 

24, 1926. 

BgMsteiP (Mosel) 

Information gathered by Klaus H.S. Schulte on June 21, 1986. 

Location: About 650 feet (200 meters) from the ruins of the Beilstein Castle. There are 

nearly 100 tombstones, mostly In Hebrew and not readable because of the old oak 
trees in the cemetery. Most of the 20th century tombstones have no inscriptions. 

1 . Rosina Hirsch, wife of Lambert Marx [#26] in Senheim, born in 179 1 , died in Senheim in 

1858. 

2. Helene Hirsch, wife, 1793-August 26, 1873. 

3. Karoline Hirsch, wife of Joseph Hirsch (Zvi bar Shmuel), Bruttig. 

4. Marianne Hirsch, born Simon, wife of Elieser bar Abraham, March 7, 1834-February 28, 

1886. 

5. Adele Hirsch, wife of Daniel Hirsch, born in Bruttig- July 1818, died December 3, 1887. 

6. Simon Hirsch, in Beilstein, Simon bar Naftali. 

7. Emma Friedberg. 

8. Simon Kaumiann from Ediger, 1831-1892, Herz Natan bar Uri. 

9. Viktor Kaumiann, 1806-1892. [Born in Munstermaifeld] 

10. Jakob Kaumiann from Ediger, 1825-1895. 

1 1 . David Lipmann from Beilstein, 1829- 1902, David bar Samuel. 

12. Daniel Lipmann, June 19, 1830-March 18, 1884, Gedalija bar Elieser Lipmann. 

13. Sigmund Lipmann, wineyards owner, 1869-1932. {His son, Wolfgang Lipmann, was a 

hotel owner in Beilstein . On September 30, 1952 his guests at the hotel included West 
German Chancellor Dr. Konrad Adenauer and Italian Prime Minister Alcide de GasperL 
Wolfgang's widow and his children are the current hotel owners.} 

14. Salomon Ruben, 1785-1870. 

15. Benjamin Ruben, January 16, 1801 -August 8, 1886, Benjamin bar Reuben. 

16. Gertrude Ruben from Ediger, wife. 

17. Joseph Ruben. 

18. Abraham Simon from Bruttig, August 23, 1858-February 3, 1902, bar Jehudah. 

1 9 . Regina Abraham, wife of ... . 

20. David Abraham from Bruttig. 1837- 1898. 

2 1 . Albert Abraham, July 24, 1840-August 9, 1911. 

22. Samuel Aron from Bremm, died April 1875, 94-years-old. 

23. Caroline Aron, born Blumenthal, died in Bremm-June 12, 1885, 68-years-old. 

24. Amalie Gottschalk, born Kaufrnann, wife of Elieser bar Jakob, bath Bonnem, born in 

Binningen-1842, died June 191 1. 

25. Jakob Koppel from Beilstein, Jakob bar Jissachar, January 1, 181 1 -May 11, 1888. 

26 . Lambert Marx in Senheim. (Husband of Rosina Hirsch # 1 ) 

27. Theresia Marx, born Bermann, mother and grandmother, 1823-1885. 

28. Veronika Marx, bom Bermann, Senheim. 

29. Isaac Marx, grandfether, 1813-1903. 

(The records for Beilstein, Bremm, Bruttig, Ediger and Senheim are located in the Amtsverwaltung 

Cochem-Land, Siandesamt, Cochem/MoseL) 

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(Kreis Bernkastel-Wittlich) 

Information gathered by Klaus H.S. Schulte in the spring of 1986. 

1. Our daughter, RosaFaber, March 16, 1901 -June 5, 1906. 

2. Frau Salomon Drucker, born Marianne Weinstock, died December 30, 1904. 

3. Gerson Drucker, born July 31, 1816, died Gershon bar Abraham haLevl. 

4. Jakob Drucker, died January 1916, a war victim (World War I). 

5. Salomon Daniel. 

6. Jakob Moses, 1835-1899, Jakob bar Jizchak. 

7. Rebekka Wendel, born Adler, died 1886, 86-years-old. 

8. Mendel Schomann. 

9. Regina Schomann. 

10. Regina Schftmann, 1846-1921. 

11. Fanny Schomann, 1854-1914. 

Binninaen 

(Kreis Cochem-Zell) 

Information gathered by Klaus KS. Schulte in the spring of 1986. 

1. David Bender, born in Brohl in 1866. 

2. Jacob Bender, from Brohl, 1845-1910. 

3. Philipp Hessel, from Binningen, bar Arleh. 

4. Amalie Hessel, born Wiener. 

5. Leopold Haas, from Binningen. 

6. Judith Haas, born Kaufmann, 

7. Gertrud Haas, born Bach, from Verzig/Mosel, August 29, 1816-April 11, 1875, Gelche 

bath Benjamin. 

8. David Gartner, born in Forst-1805, died 1884, David bar Simon. 

9. Regina Gartner, born Marx, from Gemund?, died in Forst at age 82. 

10. Rosa Gartner, unmarried, bath Jakob. 

11. Jakob Gartner, June 8, 1818-November 11, 1888, Jakob bar Simon. 

12. Jakob Marx, born in Binningen-August 1, 1822, died in Kaisersesch-1868, Jakob bar 

Mordechai. 

13. Eva Marx, born Schmitz in Binningen, 1862-1937, Mother, Ester bath Abraham. 

14. IsaakMarx. 

15. Seligmann Marx. 

16.17. Salomon Mayer from Mullenbach (near Brohl), died February 19, 1918, 75-years-old, 

and 
Sibilla Mayer, born Mayer, died November 27, 1917, 75-years-old. Our dear parents. 

18. Dorothea Mayer, born Juda, from Hoppstatten, bath Eliahu. 

19. Leopold Kaufmann, Jehudah bar Bonnem. 

20. Aron Kaufrnann. 

21. Hanne Kaufmann, wife of Aron Kaufmann. 

22. Bonem Kaufrnann, from Binningen. 

23. Bernhard Kaufrnann, from Binningen, born Okt 18..., Baruch bar Ahron. 

24. Babette Schmitz, born Schomann, died April 9, 1919, 97-years-old. 

25. Regina Schmitz, born Kaufmann, born in Bremm/Mosel-November 20, 1853, died in 

Binningen-September 12, 1907. 

26. Michael Schmitz. 

27. Rosetta Schmitz, born Marx, 1832-1897, bath Menachem. 

28. Levi Schmitz, Binningen, 1820-1898, Jehudah bar Chaim. 

29. Abraham Schmitz, from Kaifenheim, 1828-1901, Jehudah bar Ahron. 

30. SaraSichler, born Herz in Polch, died July 1879, Sarche bath Yaakov. 

31. Samuel Sichler, from Binningen, February 8, 1819-August 25, 1878, Meshulam bar 

Jakob Zvi. 

32. No epitaph. 

33. Rosa Sichler, born Wolf in Ochtendung in 1825, died April 1, 1904 in Kaisersesch, 

Reische bath Ascher, wife of Meshulam bar Jakob Zvi. 

34. Salomon Sichler, Shlomo bar Jakob Zvi. 

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Brodenbach 
(Kreis Mayen-Koblenz) 

Information gathered by Klaus H.S. Schulte in the spring of 1986. 

Location : The Jewish cemetery is located in the Ehrenburger Tal, directly on the Ehrbach, 
facing the ruins of the Ehrenburg Castle. 

1 . Johanna Oster. 

2. Henriette Oster. 

3. Adam Oster, May 25, 1809-September 24, 1875, Asher bar Tuwia Oster. 

4. Isaak Oster, In Hatzenport/Mosel, born In Brodenbach-May 17, 1838, died March 7, 1878, 

Jizchak bar Ascher, Hatzenport. 

5. Maier Oster, born 181..., died October 8, 1900, Meier bar Ascher. 

6. David Oster, Tuwia bar Shlomo. 

7. Frau David Oster, born Babette Forst in Lof/Mosel, born in Lutz- April 24, 1846, died in 

Koblenz- January 31, 1927, Babette bath Shlomo, "Unsre liebe gute Mutter" (Our dear 
good mother). 

8. Karl Oster, from Burgen/Mosel, August 8, 1878-May 22, 1908. 

9. Hannchen Oster, September 27, 1870-November 20, 1947. 

10. Jakob Forst, 1853-1934, "Mein Vater" (My father). 

11. Therese Forst, born Oster, 1860-1936, "Meine Mutter" {My mother). 

12. Julius Forst, from Brodenbach, January 15, 1880-March 11, 1939, ben Jehudah. 

13. Bernhard Levy, 1816 (or 1818)- 1886. 

14. Adam Levy, Aascher bar Jehudah. 

15. Veronlka Levy, born Gunther, January 12, 1860-June 25, 1919. 

16. Holocaust Memorial: It is unknown where they died, 1941-1945 — Thekla, Rosa, Lina, 

Alfred Levy. "In deine Hande Gefehle ich meinen Gelst, Der stutze und stab meiner 
kinder" 

17. Salomon Levy, September 8, 1856-October 1, 1911. 

18. Sara Levy, Sara bath Ascher. 

19. Jakob Levy, May 25, 1854-April 9, 1922, "Dem Einsamen gewahre die Fulle Deiner Gnede an 

den Gewassern Deine Frieden" 

20. Abraham Gunther, 1809-1875, Abraham bar Natan. 

21. Franziska Gunther, died February 20, 1878, Jitche bath Jehudah. 

22. Johanna Gunther. 

23. Rosette Gunther, wife of Jakob Gunther, born in Boppard/ Rhine- January 10, 1819, died 

May 20, 1888. 

24. (Hebrew only) Zerle bath Jizchak, wife of Shlomo bar Jissachar. 

25. (Hebrew only) Shlomo bar Jissachar s.l. 

26. Nathan Gunther, born in Brodenbach, died in 1903, Natan bar Abraham Gunther. 

27. Ben Gunther. 

28. David Gunther, David bar Yaakov. 

29. Clara Gunther, born Bonem, May 20, 1879-June 27, 1939 (new epitaph). 

Purq EUz 

(see Wterschem) 

Cochem (MpgeQ (qm Cemetery) 

Information gathered by Klaus H.S. Schulte in the spring of 1986. The gravestone listings are 
from Spuren der Vergangenheit - JOdisches Leben im Landkreis Cochem-Zell, by Angelika 

Schleindi, 1996. 

Location : The old Cochem Jewish cemetery is said to be located opposite the castle on an 

eastern slope of the hill, near the Schulsentrum, and the gravestones can only be 
seen partially where the tops lay above ground level, and only in late autumn. There 
is apparently no enclosure around the old burial grounds. 

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Cochem (Mosel) (Old Cemetery) 

iqghttoLeft: 

1 . Bertha Hein, daughter of Eliakum, born in 1850, died Tuesday, May 29, 1877. 

2. Frommet, daughter of Moshe, wife of Naftali ben Moshe Benjamin, died Saturday, May 26, 

1877. 

3. Terz, wife of Naftali ben Yitzchak, died Saturday, January 17, 1857 (21 Tevet 5617). 

4. Man, died 1863-64. 

5. Josef, sonofYaakov, .....1836-37(5597). 

6. Illegible. 

7. Wolfgang Hirsch, and he was known by everyone as Wolf Kochem, died Wednesday, February 

10, 1841. 

Cochem (MoseH (New Cemetery) 

Information gathered by Klaus H.S. Schulte in the spring of 1986. 

This is a partial listing of the gravestones in this cemetery, containing basically those 
family names related to the families in this book. 

1. Abraham Albert Hirsch, December 25, 1808-September 22, 1879. (The Hebrew inscription on 

this tombstone is destroyed.) 

2. (His wife) Gitel bath Jehudah, wife of Abraham from Cochem. (Hebrew writing only) 

3. The wife, Bertha Levy, born Hirsch, September 20, 1845-July 18, 1883, bath Abraham 

haLevi, wife of Israel ben Jesaih. 

4. 5. Bernhard Hirsch, Jissachar bar Benjamin Sow haLevi, July 15, 1807-September 27, 1885, 

and 
his wife, Caroline Worms, born in Karlsruhe-December 23, 1808, died May 1 1, 1883 in 
their 53rd year of marriage. 
6.7. Joseph Hirsch, Jossef bar Benjamin Sow haLevi, July 2, 1823-April 14, 1894, 

and 
his wife, Johanna Hertz, November 21, 1821 -November 29, 1899. 
8.9. Emma Hirsch, died August 27, 192 1 , 67-years-old, 

and 
her husband, David Mayer, died April 18, 1925, 70-years-old. 
10. Michel Hirsch, Jochiel bar Jehudah, March 4, 1850-July 18, 1910. 
11.12. Eugen Hirsch, died September 23, 1916, 79-years-old, 

and 
his wife, Luisa Wolffsheimer, died October 9, 1937, 85-years-old. 
13. 1 4. Michel Hein, Jakob bar Jehudah haKohen (symbol of priest's hands), April 10, 1811- 
January 15,1895, 

and 
his wife, Anna Gottschalk, August 19, 1808-May 12, 1889, 
15.16. Moses Hein, Jechiel bar Jakob haKohen, April 22, 1841 -February 19, 1895, 

and 
his wife, Veronika Bonem, mother and grandmother, December 6, 1847 -March 18, 191 1. 
17. 18. Salomon Hein, Schalom bar Jehudah haKohen, died 24 Nissan 5665 (appmx. March 
1905), 85-years-old, 

and 
his wife, Regina Hein, bath Abraham, died March 21, 1903, 80-years-old. 

19. Abraham Hein, Efraim bar Jehudah haKohen (symbol of priest's hands), November 20, 

1824-August 30, 1906. 

20. Isaak Hein, our good father, Jizchak bar Meir, died October 21, 1922, 86-years-old. 

21. Gottschalk Hein, Eliakom bar Jizchak, 1842-1915. 

22. Leo Fernich, Jehudah bar Jizchak haLevi, 1871-1897. 

23. Isaak Fernich, died July 10, 1906, 77-years-old. 

24. Amalie Kaufmann, born Haymann, born in Limburg/Lahn-1830, died in Cochem-May 5, 

1881. 

25. Hermann Meyer, Jissachar bar Ellesar, March 27, 1827-1903. 

26. Bernhard Schmitz, March 14, 1858-November 26, 1920, husband and father, Pinchas bar 

Jossef (from Alflen near Bad Bertrich). 

27. Alexander Simon, husband and father, June 21, 1860-May 22, 1910. 

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Flamersheim 
Information gathered by Leopold Hoenig in October, 1981. 

Location : In the middle of farmland, several hundred feet oif a dirt road located about one block 
east of highway 5 1 and several blocks south of the Flamersheim-Kirchhelm street, in 
Kirchheim (to the east of Flamersheim). 



Diagram of Cemetery: 



FARM 



<-KIRCHHEIM 



FARM 



RQWA 
37 




UIHI PATH 



TO STREET 
4 



KIRCHHEIM JEWISH 
CEMETERY V 



FLAMERSHEIM-> 
HIGHWAY-> 



EqwA (from gate): 

1. Frau Leopold Oster, born Henriette Schrein, from Klotten (near Cochem), Oct. 14, 1842- 

2. Leopold Daniel, Jehudah bar Josef, from Ipplendorf 1819-1896. 

3. (Partial stone, upside down, In Hebrew) Wife of Wolff. 

4. No name 

5. Witwe Lazarus Ulmer, born Sibilla Wblf, from Kirchheim, 1820-.... 

6. Meyer Oster, Abinu Meir bar Yitzchak, Aug,24, 1840- June 6, 1912; 

Johanna Oster, born Sommer, Chanah bat Jechiel, from Kuchenheim, Oct. 11, 1841- 
March 21, 1913 (Frau Meyer Oster). 

7. Jacob Daniel, Jakob bar Menachem, 1883-1917. 

8. Louis Cleffman, from Rheder, 1844-1932; 

Sara Cleffrnan, born Wendel, 1846-1917. 

9. Leopold Daniel, from Merzbach, Jehudah bar Josef Tzvi, June 17, 1856-Dec. 6, 1917. 

10. No name 

11. Michael Daniel, Menachem bar Jehudah, Feb. 13. 1847- Aug. 2, 1918; 

Helene Berlin, from Meckenhelm, April 29, 1851 -Oct 30, 1920. 

12. Albert Weiss, from Kirchheim, Ahron ben Jehoshue, April 20, 1851-April 20, 1927; 

Matilde Michel, June 17, 1856-Aug. 20, 1921. 

13. Witwe Benjamin Rolef, born Ester Natan, from Kerpenlch, 1825-1921. 

14. No name 

15. No name 

16. Henriette Wendel, died 1918. 

17. Joseph Herz, our father, Josef bar Yehudah), April 1, 1885- June 4, 1927. 



83 



Flamersheim (Continued) 

18. Frau Leopold Herz, born Minna Heymann, Michel bat Ha-Chaver Moshe. March 5, 1848- 

Sept 4, 1927. 
19 Upside down, in Hebrew) Wife of Benyamin Wolff of Flamersheim. 

20. Max Herz, Oct. 2, 1874-Feb. 21, 1931. 

21. Frau Jakob Kahn, born Una Roer, April 25, 1869-April 1, 1931. 

22. No stone 

23. No name 

RowB (from rear of cemetery): 

1. Bertha Oster, Aug. 11, 1873-May l r 1891. 

2. Frau Leopold Daniel, born Veronika Wendel, 1813- 

3. Michael Wendel, 1806-1868; plus nine, hard-to-read lines in Hebrew. 

There were some gravestones at the rear of the cemetery which were face down and not in place, so 
I could not read them. They may include the following gravestones — listed in Mr. Schulte's book, 
Dokumenintton zur Gesehtchte der Juden am Unken Niederrhein seit dem 1 7. Jahrhundert, pages 288- 
289 ~ which I did not find: 

Gustav Oster, 1879-1939 — Gatte, Vater «- (Scheinsarkophag) 
(perhaps B-4) 

Nathan Ulmer, 1859-1933. 

(Hebrew) Ha-Ishah bath Menachem, Eschet (wife of) .... Perhaps A-3 or A-19) 

(Hebrew) Reststuck, Benjamin Joel, pale mi-shevah, 

(Hebrew) Reststuck, Eschet Kh. Wolff Jizchak Oder Jakob (He may be referring to gravestone A-3 or 
A-19). [Jacob or Jacques Wolff was born c.1777, according to Veronica Wendel's birth 
certflcate. This may also be the grave of Gudula Weber (born February 17, 185 1), the 
wife of Jacob Wolff (1840-1920)} 

The cemetery was rebuilt in 1969-70. 



84 



Information gathered by Leopold, Gail and Helene Hoenig on July 1 4, 1 987. 
Information also gathered by Klaus H.S. Schulte in the spring of 1986. 

Location : In Gondorf, across the street from 81 Obermark Strasse, which Is the Getranke 
Gilberg, a soda and liquor business. Obermark Strasse is up the steep hill and 
runs parallel with the main street along the Mosel River. 



Diagram of Cemetery: 



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&Z 


6. 


£<"P 


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£ TREE JLO 11 <-0 


12. 


12. 


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15 


JJ. *- M 


JLZJL& 




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21 2£l *-K 


2i 




«- J 


26 


2Z 


21 22^t 


2&2&2Q.X 


21 02. 22^H 


37 36 




2& 24.^ G 


2S.22.4& 


£ 11 £^F 


46 45 


43A44. 43<-E 


4Z48 49 


50 66 Si«-D 


35.M&2 


5£ 6^.^-C 


£6 £7 58 


5& 6£ <^-B 


£3£4 




§2. 6JL ^A 



(WEST) 



OBERMARK STRASSE 



(EAST) 



fiowA: 



Rigfot Sfcte of Cemetery from Entrance Qafc 
(Gravestones are listed from the fence on the right to the center pathway.) 



1. Our mother, Mathilde Simon, born Weinstock, Merle bat Yitzchak, March 15, 1852- January 

27, 1936. 

2. Our father, Simon Baum, Meir bar Avraham, born in Laufersweiler- January 21 , 1857, died 

September 6, 1934. 

RowB: 

1 . No gravestone. 

2. Our father, Samuel Grunewald, Shmuel bar Eliezar, born in Waldgrimes (Hunsruck)- 

September 9, 1858, died November 19, 1933. 

3. Our brother, Gottfried Wolff, born in Kobern-June 22, 1884, died in Hamburg- September 16, 

1933. 

RowC: 

1. Walter Marx, May 21, 1923-October 23, 1931, Yosef bar Eliochum. 

2. Unmarked grave. 

3. My husband, Albert Marx, Avraham bar Moshe, June 5, 1858-August 19, 1930. 



85 



Gondorf fMoseO (Continued) 

RftwP: 

1. Andreas Herz, died January 22, 1919, 71 -years-old. [Also see K-4, Page 88] 

2. Liselotte Wolff, March 3, 1920-December 15, 1920, Reglna bat Melr. 

3. Herbert Friesen {The spelling engraved on this tombstone is incorrect It should read 

FriesemJ, born February 1921, died March 13, 1921. 

RowE: 

1. Betulah, Settchen Simon, died June 20, 1916, 67-years-old, Sorle bat Mases. 

2. Sophie Simon, born Gross, Fraidche bat Yaakov, September 27, 1851-April 30, 1918. 

3. Isidor Simon, Jury 17, 1902-October 26, 1918, {20 Teshvan 5679). (Town records Indicate his 

birthdate as June 25, 1902 and his date of death as August 4, 1918.) 

RowF: 

1 . Hermann {Hirsch} Herz Simon, born in Dieblich-December 18, 1838, died in Dieblich- 

February 19, 1915. 

2. The husband, Moses Simon, Moshe bar Simcha, born in Dieblich- January 14, 1849, died 

December 25, 1914. 

3. No gravestone - only a boulder. 

RQW Q' 

1. Susanna Herz, born Marx, born in Piilig-August 13, 1823, died in Dieblich-May 20, 1910, 

Soosee bat Yitzchak, Eschet mool {wife of) Charm bar Moshe. 

2. Jakob Herz, husband of Sibilla Jacobs, Eliakim bar Natan haLevi, born in Dieblich- 

January 13, 1845, died 16, 1911. Levite cup symbol is on tombstone. 

3. No gravestone. 

RowH: 

1. Frau Johanna Feiner, born Ritter, wife of Emanuel Feiner of Wittllch, born in Lehmen 

(Mosel)-June 12, 1842, died April 17, 1908, Hana bat Avraham, "Besser 1st der gute Name 
als kostiiches Oel." Prediger 7.1. 

2. Jeanette Hirsch, born Ritter in Lehmen (Mosel), March 17, 1839-November 5, 1906. 

3. Isaak Wolff from Kobern, February 4, 1849-February 6, 1906. 

RQW?: 

1. Otto Wolff (bachur), September 2, 1889-March 11, 1895. 

2. Siegmund Herz, October 4, 1872-November 24, 1894, Meschulam bar Naftali. 

3. No gravestone. 

RoWyT: 

There are no gravestones in theis row except for one at the far left side of the cemetery. 
RowK: 

1. No gravestone. 

2. Albert Simon from Dieblich, February 10. 1870-February 19, 1891, Asher bar Naftali. 

3. Mina Mayer, born Bennedik, November 26, 1817-February 12, 1892, Mindel bat Jissachar, 

wife of Shlomo bar Yosef. 

RpWl: 

1 . No gravestone, 

2. No gravestone. 

3. The wife of Shimshon Simon, Tilli Simon, born Klein {Lina Klein), June 22, 1848-May 18, 

1883. (Hebrew on side facing the entrance gate, German inscription on side facing the 
back of the cemetery.) 

86 



GondQrf (MOSel) (Continued) 
No gravestones. There is a tree in the walkway between rows L and M. 

1 . No gravestone. 

2. The wife of Herz Simon, born Johanna Friedsam, born in Bodendorf-March 8, 1842, died in 

Dieblich-October 2, 1880, Hana bat Asher, wife of Naftali bar Simcha. (Hebrew 
inscription on side facing entrance gate, German on the side facing rear of the cemetery.) 

3. Betulah, Rosa Herz. daughter of Moses Herz, born in Dieblich- 1812, died in Dieblich-June 

1881. 

RowO : 

1 . (This gravestone is on the extreme right end of this row, all by itself.) 

Moses Simon, July 1810-August 1870. (Written in Hebrew on the side facing the cemetery 
entrace and in German on the back side.) 

Left Side of Cemetery From Entrance Gate 

{Gravestones are listed from the center pathway to the fence on the left. Beginning with Row H 
there is an additional grave in each row which makes the center pathway narrower from Row H 
to Row Q. Also, beginning with Row J — which has but one grave — there is an additional 

grave at the left side near the fence.) 

Row A: 

1. No gravestone. 

2. Emil Koppel, September 24, 1867-August 27, 1938, and to the memory of Leo and Anna 

Koppel. 

3. Max Simon, February 2 1 , 1886- June 29, 1938, and to the memory of Franziska Simon. 

RowB: 

1. The wife, Sibille Hirsel, born Wolff, from Niederfell. 

2. Hermann Herz from Dieblich, September 12, 1867-May 5, 1933, and to the memory of 

Fanny Herz. 

3. Jakob Simon from Dieblich, Joel bar Moshe, December 9, 185 1 -January 17, 1932 (the tenth 

day of Shevat). 

RowC: 

1. Klara Simon, born Forst, died December 29, 1923, 37-years-old, Gella bat Eliahu. 

2. Jda [Ida] Koppel, born Kohlberg, Gidshen bat Mendel, July 18, 1880-August 16, 1924. 
3.4. Our parents, Nathan Herz, Natan binshar Chaim haLevi, October 9, 1857 - April 

22,1930 

and 
Rosalie Herz, born Marx, Rachel bat Eliezar, December 22, 1862-April 1 1 , 1930 (from 
Dieblich). 

Bow_D: 

1. Marianne Simon, born Stiegerwald, Mirjam bat Yosef, June 7, 1855-May 24, 1922 (26 Ijar 

5682). 

2. Billa Herz, born Jacobs, May 30, 1843-June 14, 1922. 

3. Helene Wolff, born Mayer, February 29, 1852- 1923. 

87 



Gondorf (MoseH (Continued) 
RowE: 

1. Llna Herz, born Joel, June 26, 1879- June 1, 1916, Leah Herz bat Yaakov haLevt 
2.3. Our parents* Max Wolff, December 28, 1860-May 23, 19 15, Melr bar HaChar David 

and 
Sophie Wolff, born Michel, August 15, 1863-May 11. 1929, Sara bat Moshe. 

RQWF: 

1. The husband, Isaak Hirsch, Yitzchak bar Avraham, September 16, 1833- October 26, 1914. 

2. Inscription has been destroyed. 

3. Jakob Koppel, Yaakov bar Moshe, husband of Henriette Heilhronn, December 25, 1831- 

January22, 1911. 

RowG: 

1 . No gravestone, 

2. The wife of Abraham Schmitz, born Strahser, Tsurel bat Yehudah. 

3. Wife and mother, wife of Jakob Koppel, born Henriette Heilbronn, died June 6, 1908, 70- 

years-old. 



1 . No inscription. Place for the inscription is on the back of the tombstone. 

2. Albert Wolff from Kobern, June 13, 1896-February 1, 1905. 

3. S. [Simcha] Simon, Simcha bar Mayrx [Marx?]. 

4. Isaak Mayer, Yitzchak bar Yosef, born in February 1825, died April 6, 1905. 

Row I : 

1. Sara Mayer, born Jakob, Sorle bat Mordechai, born in Niederbreitbach (Rhine)- 1823, died 

April 18, 1898. 

2. No gravestone. 

3. No gravestone. 

4. Regina Gartner, born Marx, died April 18, 1897, wife of Zusser bar Eliezar. 

Row J: 

1. (Equivalent of grave 5): Regina Herz, born Kaufinan, September 8, 1841-March 4, 1892. 

£ow_K: 

1. No gravestone. 

2. No gravestone. 

3. No gravestone. 

4. The husband of Amalie Herz. Symbol of Levite cup. [Andreas Herz - Also see D-l on Page 86] 

5. Amalie Herz, bom Simon, born in Heimanstein-February 13, 1852, died in Dieblich- 

April 14 (17?), 1889, wife of Asher bar Eliakim. 

RowL: 

1 . No gravestone. 

2. No gravestone. 

3. No gravestone. 

4. The wife of Marx Wolf, born Susanna Loeb, died January 4, 1893, 76-years-oId, Sis bat 

Yosef. [Susanna Wolf] 

5. Marx Wolff from NIederfell, born August 21, 18 diedMarch6, 188.... 

88 



GOPdorf (MOSel) (Continued) 

MM: 

1 . Babette Herz from Dieblich, April 25, 1855-January 28, 1883, Betlah bat Eliakim haLevi. 

2. No gravestone. 

3. No gravestone. 

4. No gravestone. 

5. No gravestone. 

* There are three gravestones lying on the ground alongside the fence. One is 

Jetta Hirsch, born Mayer, February 22, 1839-May 5, 1880, bat Yehudah, wife of 
Yitzchak bar Avraham. 

RQWN: 

1. The wife of Nathan Herz, born Johanetta Marx, born in Thiir [near Mayen)-March 1805, died 

inDieblich-February25, 1882. 

2. No gravestone, 

3. No gravestone. 

4. Henriette Herz, born Marx, wife of Jacob Herz from Diebllch, died September 24, 1889, 68- 

years-old. 

5. No gravestone. 

HowO: 

1. Inscription is worn out. 

2. No gravestone. 

3. No gravestone. 

4. No gravestone. 

5. David Wolf, April 7, 1827-February 12, 1877 (or 9?), Tuvia bar Yitzchak. 



RQWP: 

1 . (Hebrew) A husband named Simon. (Red sandstone) 

2. No gravestone. 

3. No gravestone. 

4. Marijanne Hirsch, born David, died April 22, [ 1867], 5627, 73-years-old. 

5. Abraham Hirsch, husband of Marijanne Hirsch, born in 1793?, died 2 Ijar t r d g or 

t r r g?, Avraham ben Moshe Zvi. 

EqwjQ.: 

1 . (This gravestone is in the back row of the cemetery, behind and to the right of grave P-l . 

Gravestone Q*2 is behind P-l , Q-5 is behind P-4, and Q-6 is behind P-5.) 
The husband of Eva Loewenhartz, Moshe bar Yaakov Avraham, from Diebllch. 

2. Eva Loewenhartz, wife of Moses Koppel, born in Rheden (Eifel)-1799, died in DiebHch-June 

14, 1865, Hana bat Meir, wife of Moshe bar Yaakov. 

3. No gravestone. 

4. No gravestone. 

5. Herr Frau Alexander Ritter, Eva born David. On the backside: from Lehmen. 

6. Isaak Simon, Yitzchak bar Simchah, from Diebllch, died 9 Adar 5617 (1857). (This 

tombstone is lying on the ground.) 



89 



Kaifenheim 
According to Klaus H.S. Schulte, there is no Jewish cemetery in Kaifenheim. 



Kaisersesch 
(Kreis Mayen-Koblenz) 

Information gathered by Klaus H.S. Schulte in the spring of 1986. 

Location / Condition : The tombstones in the Jewish cemetery, located near the 

Postkutschenweg, have been destroyed except for the following ones. 

1.2. Abraham Meyer, May 23, 1855-January 14, 1942, 

and 
his wife, Henriette, born Schmitz, January 13, 1855-September 23, 1937. 
3. Max Meyer, husband and father, 1887-1923. 

The building located at Hauptstrasse 46 is named the Judenhaus. The uninhabited 
house (in 1984) at Balduinstrasse 29 was once the synagogue. 



Kirchheim 
Information gathered by Leopold Hoenig in October, 1981. 

Location : Near the Flamersheim cemetery, on an east-west side street, between the dirt road and 
highway 5 1 , one block south of the Flamersheim- Kirchheim street, in Kirchheim. 



Diagram of Cemetery: 



R 


A 
FARM D 



vJ<-GATE 



FLAMERSHEIM 
CEMETERY 



SIDE STREET 



SipE STREET 



FARM 



FLAMERSHEtM-> 



<-KIRCHHEIM 
TO STREET 
Qm TOW OF SEVEN QRAVB S, (from gate): 

1. Lazarus Ulmer, Eliezar bar Moshe, June 14, 1829-June 21, 1907. 

2. Frau Jakob Weiss, born Ester Salomon, died 1896. 

3. (Hebrew) Baruch, son of David Kohen, died 1858. 

4. (Hebrew) Terez bat Rabbi Meir from Kirchheim, died 1856. 

5. (Hebrew) The old Mr. David, son of Abraham from Kirchheim. 

6. [Hebrew) David Rolef, 1828-1896. 

7. Adam Josef Wolff, Moritz (or Merez) Dovid bar Abraham, 1809-April 21, 1881, Hier Ruht bis 

zur Auf Erstehung. 



90 



Koblenz 

Compiled by Janet tsenberg, G Pamrapo Court West, Glen Rick, NJ 07452, USA, 

Location : At the Jiidische Kultus-Gemeinde Koblenz, Korperschaft des offentlichen Rechts, 
Schlachthofstrafie 5, SchwerzstraBe 14, 56073 Koblenz. It is near the Europa Brucke (Bridge, at 
the intersection of Schlachtoftstrafie and SchwerzstraBe. 

Diagram of Cemetery: 



SCHWERZSTRASSE 




JFicIdJ, 

Row 1, ftectjon. I 

1. Julius Forst, died 1939. 

2. Isidor Rothensies, died 1938. 

3. Josef Schuhbach, died 1938. 

4. Rebecka Abraham, died 1938. 
5. 

6. Ida Woif, died 1938. 

7. Gottfried Anschel, born October 10, 1870 in Polch, died April, 1938 in Koblenz. 

8. Meta Siegier. 

9. Maria Alexander, died 1938. 

9a and 9b. Siblings of Sander from Marburg, died 1937. 

10. Johann Ostermann, died 1937. 

11. Therese Siegmann, died 1937. 

12. Ellen Schloss. 
13. 

14. Ricka David, died 1937. 
15 and 16. Pauline Moses, died 1937. 
17. Ernst Fried. 
18. 

19 and 20. Louis Schloss, died 1940; 
Benno Huhn, died 1940. 

21. Isak Bengaritz, died 1934. 

22. Berta Gottschalk. 



91 



Koblenz (Continued 



Rqw lection 2 

23 and 24. Karl Siissmann. 



25. Paula Goetz, died 1934. 

26. Siegmund Oster, died 1934. 

27. Pepl WIndwehr, born Waechter, died 1934. 

28. Goldschmidt, died 1934. 
29. 

30 and 31. Isidor Oster, died 1934 



32. Ida Bissinger, died 1934. 

33. Caecille Mayer. 



rw? 



Row I, $ec%\w I 

34. EmiHe Dickert. 

35 and 36. Dr. Just. Rat. Bernhard Salomon, died January 6, 1926, 

Dr. Selma Salomon, born Nathan, born October 24 1868 In Boppard, died July 17, 

1927. 

37. Paul , died August 18, 1915 {pedestal marked fallen medical student - Paul - 21 

years old) [probably killed In action during World War I] 

38. Karoline Hardt, died 1925. 

39. David Kahn. 

40. (stone fell) 

41 and 42. Karl Jultch, born December 2, 1857, died May 17, 1929; 

Paula Julich, born Laufer, born March 11, 1864, died April 28, 1923 
43. Jacob David, died 1923. 
44 and 45. Samuel Wolf, died 1923; 

Theodor Wolf, died 1943. 

How L Sectjon 3 

46. Lina Nahm, born Salomon, born October 14, 1842 in Sprechingen, died December 4, 1925. 

47. (no stone) 

48 and 49. Bertha Mayer, died 1926. 

50. Fritz Maas, died 1926. 

51. Adelheid Wolf , died 1926. 

52. Jacob Brahm, died 1926. 

53. (no stone) 

54 and 55. Salomon Adler, born January 1, 1851, died October 26, 1926. 

56. Henriette Appel, died March 24, 1927. 

57. Hermann Schoenwald, died 1942. (Bertha Schoenwald was deported March 22, 1942.) 
58 and 59. Haymann Haymann, died 1927; 

Rebecka Haymann, died 1927. 
60 and 61. Hermann Mayer, died 1927. 

62. Regina Marx, died 1927. 
63.. (no stone) 

Row 1 . Section 3 

64. Benne David, died 1931. 

65. Berta Anschel, born November 18, 1867 in Luxembourg, died November 29, 1930 in Koblenz, 
66..Hermann Wolf, died 1931. 

67 and 68. Alexander Feiner; born January 20, 1865 in Lehmen, died 1931; 
Frieda Feiner, died January 31, 1 93 1 . 

69. Julius Loewenthal, died 1931, 

70. Sally Kahn, died 1931. 

71. Berta Falk, died 1931. 

72. Siegmund Calm, died 1931. 

92 



Kobteru (Cvntinued) 

EieldJ, 

Row g, Section 1 

73. Emil Mayer-Schoemann, died 1941. 

74. Moses Stem, died 1941. 

75. Frederike Lamm, died 1941. 

76. Arnold Oster, died 1941. 

77. Emma Loeb, died 1941. 

78. Berti Oster, died 1940. 

79. Martha Mueller, died 1940. 

80. Lotte Laikauf, died 1940. 

81. Willy Schoenfeld, died 1940. 

82. Alex Ilerfeld, died 1940. 

83. Eva Levy. 

84. Salomon Mayer, died 1939. 

85. Henriette Gartner 

86. Jettchen Daniel 

87. Abraham Kami 

88. Eduard Mayer, died 1939. 

89. Moses Davidsohn, died 1939. 

90. Ernestine Meister, died 1939. 

91. Josef Marx, died 1939. 

92. Moses Anschel, born June 7, 1863 in Polch, died April 3, 1939 In Koblenz. 
93. 

94. Caecilie Lichtenstein, died 1939. 

Row 2, Section % 

95. Hannschen Marx, died 1935. 

96. (no stone) 

97. Sophie Jahl, died 1935. 

98. (no stone) 

99. Simon Hellendag, died 1935. 

100. (no stone) 

101. Helene Sternberg. 

102. Emma Stissmann, died 1935, 
103 and 104. (no stone) 

105 and 106. Lu Bermann, died 1934. 

107. 

FieliLS. 

Row 2. Section 1 

108. (no stone) 

109 and 1 10. Martin Sussmann, died 1930; 

Elise Sussmann, died 1930. 
Ill , Rosenfeld, died 1930, 

1 12. Veronika Courant , died 1923. 

1 13. Markus Kahn, died 1923. 

1 14. Johann Jakoby, died 1924. 
115 and 116. Emil Sussmann; 

Kiara Sussmann, born Oppenheim. 
117 and 118. Adolf Isak, died 1924. 

119. Jakob KIrchheimer, died 1925, 

120. Karoline Haymann, died 1928. 

Row 2. Section 2 

121. Jakob Haymann, died 1928. 

122. Max Levy, died 1928. 

93 



Koblenz (Continued) 



123. (no stone). 

124. (Frau) Siisskind, died 1928. 

125 and 126. Adolf Michel, died 1936; 

Mathlide Michel, born Moses, died 1928. 

127. (no stone). 

128. Josef Scheuer. 

129 and 130 Koppel, died 1929. 

131 and 132. Louis Marx, died 1929. 

133. (no stone). 

134. Paul Berg, died 1929. 

135. Helene Abraham. 

136 and 137. Haetie Ostwald, died 1929. 

138. Amalie Lebenberg, died 1929. 

139. Pauline Kapaun, died 1929. 

Row 3. Section 2 

140. IsidorBerg, died 1932. 

141 and 142. Max Mayer, died 1932; 
(Frau) Mayer. 

143. Babette Oppenheimer. 

144. Max Ahrweiler. 

145. (no stone). 

146 and 146a. San. Rat. Max Wolf, died 1932; 

Hilde Wolf, 
147. Moses Bernd, died Jury 2, 1932. 
148 and 149. Bernd (siblings). 

Field 1 

Row 3. Section 1 

150. Johanna Erben, died 1942. 

151. Regina Gottschalk, died 1942. 

152. Berta Mayer, died 1942. 

153. Abraham Moses, died 1942. 

154. Ludwig Hanauer, died 1942. 

155. Meta/MarthaSummat, died 1942. 

156. Clara Mueller, died 1942. 

157. Regina Levi, died 1942. 

158. Conrad-Otto Davidsohn, died 1942. 

159. Lotte Hermanns 1942. 

160. Frieda Erna Wolf , died 1942. 

161. David Liebert, died 1942. 

162. Hedwig Liebert, died 1942. 

163. 8enno Gunther, died 1941. 

164. Alice Johanna Gunther, died 1941. 
165 and 166. Emil Baer, died 1942; 

Johanna Baer, died 1942. 

167. Lotte Muench, died 1941. 

168. Elisabeth Muench, died 1941. 

169. Edgar Herz, died 1941. 

170. Ernst Seligmann, died 1941. 

171. Otto Ostwald, died 1941. 

Rpw 3, Sqctjon 2 

172. Markus SchUd, died 1936. 

173. (no stone). 
174 and 175. 

176. Adolf Appel, died 1936. 

94 



Koblenz (Continued) 
177 and 178. (no stone), 

179. (no stone). 

180. (no stone). 

181. Berta Cahn, died 1936. 
182 and 183. Markus Mayer; 

Fanny Mayer 

184. (no stone). 

Fields 

Row 3, SeyUon \ 

185. Rosina Schmitz, died 1925. 

186. (no stone). 

187 and 187a. Samuel Kaufmann, died 1925, 

Henriette Kaufmannn, died 194?. 
188. Arthur Wolf, died 19?5 
189 and 190. Herz Herzberg, died 1927; 

Sara Herzberg, died 1927. 

191. (no stone) 

Row 3. Section 2 

192. David Simon, died 1929. 

193. Dr. Karl Mayer, died 1929. 

194 and 195. Willi Mayer-Alberti, died 1929; 

Nanna Mayer- Aberti, died 1957. 
196 and 197. Jacob Nathan, died 1929; 

Sara Nathan, died 1923. 
198. Johanna Marx, died 1930. 
199 and 200. Mathilde Oster; 

Arnold Oster. 

201. Selma Berlin, died 1930. 

202. August Bisnes, died 1930. 

203 and 204. Hermann Josef Siegler, died 1930. 

205. 

206 and 207. Moses Daniel, died 1930; 
Karoline Daniel, died 1933. 

Row 3. Section 3 

208. Richard Berg. 

209. Delfine Guthmann. 

210. Moritz Berg, died 1932. 
211 and 212. Michael Heilbronn; 

Pauline Heilbronn. 
213. Johann Kahn, died 1933. 
214 Goldschmidt 

Row 4, Section \ 

215. Ernst Auerbach, died 1945. 

216. Erich Spiegel, died 1943. 

217. Hermann Schubach, died 1949. 

218. Siegmund Hirsch, died 1954. 

219. Benno Denny Hermanns, died 1954. 

220. Ema Nitsche, died 1956. 

221 and 221a. Ludwig Hein, died March 17, 1957. 

Sophie Hein, died May 14, 1975 

222 and 222a Pollack. 

223. Herbert Pesch, died 1960. 

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Koblenz (Continued) 



Row 4, Section % 

224. Ernst Sundheimer, died 1961. 

225. Karl Sternheim, died 1962. 

226. Rolf Jacob Joseph, died 1963. 

227. Hermann Rosenberg, died 1965. 

228. Moritz Blau, died 1965. 

229. Paula Frey, died 1966. 

230. Leonhard Baer, died 1967. 

231. KarlSiegler, died 1967. 

232. Wilhelmine Rottier, died 1968. 

233. Selma Gunther, died 1968. 



Rpw I. Sutton I 

1. (no stone). 

2. (no stone). 

3. Moses Mayer, died 1867. 

4. (no stone. 

5. (no stone). 

6. (no stone). 

7. Elisabeth Hachenburg, died 1865 

8. Wilhelm Bernheim, died 1817. 
9. 

10. Rebecka Geisen, died 1816. 
11. Wilhelm Brienheim, died 1877. 

12. (no stone). 

13. (no stone). 

14. (no stone). 

15. Josef Goetz, died 1887. 

16. (no stone) 

17. Jacob Engers, died 1887. 

18. Gertrude Beynis, died 1886. 

19. Solomon Simon 

20. Berta Bender, died 1886. 

Rpw^frectiong 

21. (no stone) 

22. Rosina Liebmann, died 1886. 

23. Wilhelm Jaeger, died 1865. 

24. Simon Hirsch, died 1874. 

Row 1. Section 3 

25 and 26. Johanna Auerbach, born Leopold; 

Fritz Auerbach 
27 and 28. Nathan Woythaler, died 1908. 

29 and 30. Carl Kallmann, died 1908; 
Elise Kallmann, died 1924. 

31. (no stone) 

32. Adolf Bernd, died 1908. 

Pfrigfon I 

Row 2. Section 1 

33. (no stone). 

34. (no stone). 

35. (no stone). 

36. (no stone), 

37. David Kahn, died 1890. 
38 and 39. (no stone). 



£2g2<L£ 



96 



40. ReginaBrug, died 1898. 
41 and 42. Regina Moses. 



Koblenz (Qmtirwd) 



43. Jacob Bermann, died 1890. 

44. Samuel Ahrweiler, died 1890. 

45. (no stone). 

46 and 47 Mayer-Alberti, died 1890. 

48. (Can no bnger be read). 

49. (Can no bnger be read). 

50. (Can no longer be read). 

5 1 . (Can no longer be read). 

52. Maria Cahn, died 1892. 

53 and 54. Carl Bernd, died 1892; 
Babette Bernd, died 1892. 

55. (no stone). 

56. Josef Siissman, died 1892. 

57. Fanny Salomon, died 1893. 
58 and 59. Jacob Salomon; 

Betta Salomon. 
60 and 61. Dr. Bernhard Salomon, died 1893. 

Emma Salomon. 
62 and 63. (Hebrew). 

64. (no stone). 

65. (no stone). 

66. Regina Gutenberg, died 1894. 

67. Johanette Siissman, died 1894. 
68 and 69. Felt Gothschalk, died 1898; 

Maria Anna Gothschalk. 

70. (no stone). 

71. Mathilde Schloss, died 1896. 
72 and 73. (no stone) 

74. Josef Salomon. 

75. (no stone). 

76. Heinrich Drucker, died 1897. 

77. Arthur Friedberg, died 1897. 

78. (no stone). 

Kqw ?, Sect^ 3 

79. Johanna Goldschmidt, died 1897. 

80. (Hebrew). 

81. Mathilde Nahm, born Salomon, born February 21 , 1846 in Sprendingen, died April 20, 1897. 

82. Sara Steinhardt died 1897. 

83. (no stone). 

84. Moses Anschel, died 1897, [Apparently not part of the Anschel family In this book] 

85. (no stone). 

86. (no stone). 

87. Feist, died 1884. 

88. (no stone). 

89. Hermann Nahm, born October 5, 1898, died January 19, 1909. 

90. (no stone). 

91. Emilie Meyer, died 1898. 

92. Wilhelrnine Meyer, died 1898. 

93. (no stone). 

94. (no stone). 

95. (no stone). 

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Koblenz (Qwmwfl 

Division 1 

Row £, Sectt^ 4 

96. Henrlette Wolf, died 1899. 

97. Emll Salomon, born March 6, 1856, died October 12, 1899. 

98. Hannchen Bermann, died 1899. 

99. Josef Levi, died 1900. 

100 and 101. Leopold Salomon, died 1900; 
Berta Salomon, died 1922. 

102. Dr. Moritz Singer, died 1900. (Rabbi of Koblenz] 

103. (Hebrew). 

104. (Hebrew). 

105. (no stone). 

106. Emiiie Hoffmann, died 1900. 

107. August Seligmann, died 1901. 

108. (no stone). 

109. (no stone). 

110. Sally Bermann, died 1901. 

111. Jacob Loeb, died 1901. 

112. (no stone). 

Row 2. Section 5 

113. Berta Hermanns, born Wolff, born July 11, 1861 Buechum, died August 2, 1902 in 

Karlsbad, Bohemia. 

114. (no stone). 

115. (no stone). 

116 and 117. (no stone). 

118. Samuel Hecht, lived in Neuendorf. 

1 19. Aron Hecht, lived in Neuendorf. 

120. (no stone). 

121. Pauline Loeb, died 1910. 

122. Johanna Goldschmidt died 1902. 

123. (no stone). 

124. (no stone). 

125. Julius Feidelberg, died 1903. 

126. Sophie Spiegel, died 1903. 

127. (no stone). 

Row 3, Section \ 

128. Hannchen Levi, died 1876. 

129. David Loeb, died 1870. 

130. (Stone Broken). 

131. Andreas Mayer, died 1871. 

132. Baberte Hirsch, died 1877. 

133. Henriette Mayer, died 1877. 

134. (Stone Broken). 

135. (Stone Broken). 

136. (Stone Broken). 
137 Samuel. 

1 38. (Stone Broken). 

139. (Stone Broken). 

140. (Stone Broken). 

141. Leonhard Salomon, died 1875. 

142. (Stone Broken). 

143. (Stone Broken). 

144. (Stone Broken). 

145. (Stone Broken). 

146. Heinrich Bernd, died 1879. 

147. Karoline Bernd, died 1879. 

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Koblen z (Cwtmwd) 

Division 1 



48 Lifsumann, died 1872. 

49. {inscription brdken), 

50. (Inscription broken). 

5 1 . (Inscription brdken). 

52. (Inscription broken). 

53. (Inscription broken). 

54. (Inscription brdken). 

55. Eduard Wolf, died 1881. 

56. (no stone). 

57. (no stone). 

58. Salty Seligmann, died 1882. 

59. (no stone). 

60. Klara Moses. 

61. Aron Lippmann, died 1882. 

62. Anna Mayer, died 1883. 

63. Zerline Goetz, died 1883. 

64. (no stone). 

65. (no stone). 

66. Eva Marx, born Michel, died 1885. 

67. Marx Mortgen. 

68. (no stone). 

69. (no stone). 

70. Jean Mayer, died 1884. 

7 1 . (no stone). 

72. Emilie Ahrweiler, died 1884. 

Rqw 3, $ertjon Z 



73. (Inscription broken). 

74. (Inscrption broken). 

75. Marcus Wolf, died 1920. 

76. Hermann Stern, died 1920. 

77. (Inscription broken). 

78. Otto Manfred Haas, died 1921. 

79. Therese Nathan, died 1921. 

80. (Inscription broken). 

81. Sprinzer Traugott, died 1921. Unmarried. 

82. Selma Mayer, died 1921. 

83. (Inscription broken). 

84. Isak Siisskind, died 1921. 

85. Albert Herz, died 1922. 

86. (Inscription broken). 

87. Jacob Kaufmann, died 1922. 

88. Heiene Kaufmann, died 1922. 
90. (Inscription broken). 

91 and 192. Selma Sptitz, died 1907; 
Leopold Sptitz. 

93. (no stone). 

94. (Inscription broken). 

95. (Inscnptlon broken). 

96. (Inscription broken). 

97. (inscaption broken). 

98. (inscription broken). 

99. (Hebrew). 

200. (Inscnption broken). 

201. (Inscription broken). 



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Koblenz (Continued) 

Piston \ 

Row 3, ftectfrn 3 

202. SaraBender-Adler, died 1906. 

203. (no stone). 

204 and 205. Johann Hefl, died 1906; 

Anette Hell, born Dahl. 
206. Albert Loeb, died 1906. 

Division 2 
Rowl 

1. David Herz, died 1908. 

2. Johanna Strauss, died 1908. 

3. Pauline Landau, died 1908. 

4. Dr. Paul, Ben Israel, died 1909. 

5. Moses Wurzburger, died 1909. 
6. 

7. Hermann Kahn, died 1909. 

8. Nickel Nam, died 1909. 
9. 

10. Julius Heymann, died 1909. 

11. Berta Loewenthal, died 1910. 

12. Karl Mayer. 

13. Simon Kohlmann, died 1911. 

14. Jacob Appel, died 1911. 

15. Simon Herz, died 191 1. 

16. Salomon Salomon, died 1911. 

17. Mendel Berlin, died 1911. 

18. MaxGunther, died 1911. 

18. Karoline Gunther. 

19. Max Abraham, died 1912. 

20. (no stone). 

21. Lilly Adier, died 1912. 

22. Jacob Markus, died 1912. 

23. Mathilde Kahn, died 1912. 

24. (Inscription broken). 

25. (Inscription broken). 

26. Helene Markus, died 1912. 

27. (Inscription broken) 
2B. (Inscription broken) 

29. Jeanette Daniel, died 1913. 

30. Ludwig Kirschheimer, died 1913. 

31. (Stone Fell) 

32. Arnold Danziger, born March 6, 1855, died August 16, 1913. 

33. Julius Rodenthal, died 1914. 

34. Karoline Hecht, died 1914. 

35. Selma Gerson, died 1914. 

36. Eugen Burchard, died 1914. 

37. Salomon Bender, died 1914. 

38. Heinrich Hecht, died 1914. 

39. Benno David, died 1914. 

40. (no stone). 

41. Isak Lebenberg, died 1915. 

42. Moses LiebReiss, died 1915. 

43. Max (or Marx?) Abraham, died 1915. 

44. Elise Wolf, born Hit, died 1915. 

45. Sarah Loeb, died March 16, 1916. 

46. Ida Reinhold, died 1916. 

47. Gottfried Daniel, died 1916. 
48 Sostheim, died 1916. 

49. Erich Huhn, died 1917 (child's grave). 

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Koblenz (Cvntinyecj} 

Division 2 

50. Kurt Bienes (child's grave). 

51 Bienes 

52 Abraham 

53. Lilly Kahn (child's grave). 

54 Stein (child's grave). 

55 Landau (child's grave). 

56. Paul Nathan (child's grave). 

57. Ella Giinther (child's grave). 

58. Kaethe Ostwald (child s grave) 

59 Goldschmidt (child's grave). 

60. Moses Daniel, died 1917. 

61. {no stone). 

62. (no stone). 

63. LudwigAltschul, died 1917. 

64. Johanna Bernd, died 1917. 

65. Captain Capper, died 1935. 

66. Helene Spiegel, died 1918. 

67. Emil Lion, died 1919. 

68. Angelika David, died 1918. 

69. Adolf Goldschmidt, died 1918. 

70. Friederica Marx, died 1919. 

71. Hermann Moses, died 1919. 

72. Salomon Lohr, died 1919. 

73. LinaMorgenthau, died 1919. 

74. Henriette Landau, died 1919; 

Karl Landau, died 1919. 

75. Leopold Hirsch, died 1919; 

Gertrude Hirsch, died 1926. 

76. Albert Spiegel, died 1920. 

77. Abraham Loeb, died 1920. 

78. Louis Bermann, Joel ben Jakob, born March 13, 1848, died May 7, 1920. 

79. Tobias Purwin, died 1920. 

80. Abraham Salomon, died 1924; 

Katherina Salomon, died 1924. 

81. Abraham Michel, died 1920. 

82. Ernestine Kirchheimer, died 1920. 

83. Levy Ernst, died September 28, 1920; 

83. Lina Ernst, born Mayer-Alberti, died 1937, 

Row 1. Section 2 

la. Schmuel Frankel, died 1863. 

2a. Karoline Mayer, died 1863. 

3a. Ruben Ahrweiler, died 1863. 

4a. Dorethea Bernheim, died 1863. 

5a. Moritz Fiebermann, died 1863. 

6a. Gertrude Ahrweiler, died 1863. 

7a. (no stone). 

8a, Josef Fraenkel, died 1862. 

9a. Marianne Feist, died 1861. 

10a. Wilhelm Fraenkel, died 1855. 

11a, Sarah Daniel, died 5601 [1841-42]. 

12a. Michel Abraham. 

13a. (Stone Broken). 

14a. (Stone Broken). 

15a. Jakobi Goldmann, died 1860. 

16a. (no stone), (child's grave). 

17a. Jonas Ahrweiler, died 1860. 

18a. (no stone). 

19a. (no stone). 

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Koblen? (ContimmD 

Pivisign g 



fiQw 2, Section 3 

20a. Simon Jacob Goetz. 
21a. Jette Akkin, died 1856. 
22a, Mayer Goetz, died 1856. 
23a. Herz Goetz, died 1835. 
24a. Mayer Simon, died 1854. 
25a. Jonas Ahrweiler, died 1852. 
26a. Karoline Abraham, died 1851. 
27a. Gella Mayer, died 1851. 
28a. Abraham Bernd, died 1851. 
29a. Mayer Simon. 
30a. Simon Beyfuss. 
31a. Anke Fulda, died 1850. 
32a. Johanna Feist, died 1850. 
33a. (no stone). 
34a. Rosa Fiebermann. 
35a. (no stone). 

1. (no stone). 

2. Otto Herzberg, died 1903. 

3. Max Sussmann 

4. (no stone). 

5. (no stone). 

6. (no stone). 

7. Amalie Abramowicz, died 1903. 

8. Michel Hermanns, died January 29, 1905. 

9. Salomon Friedberg, died September 11, 1905. 

Division 2. Row 3 

a. Karoline Veit, died 1868. 

b. Gertrude Ahrweiler, died 1868. 

c. Abraham Sussmann, died 1867. 

d. Samuel Sommer, died 1868. 



Division I . Section 1 

1. Hans Josef Bienes, died 1929 (Child's Grave). 

2. Walter Neugarten, died 1931 (Child's Grave). 

3. (Child's Grave). 

4. (Child s Grave). 

5. Daniel Spriner, died 1960 (Child's Grave). 

6. Ernestine Wischnia, died 1925 (Child's Grave). 



Linz (Rhine^ 
Information gathered by Klaus H.S. Schulte on July 3 1, 1987. 

1. Bertha Faber, born Levy, March 3, 1843-October 27, 1931 (in Leubsdorf near Linz), Berta 

bath Feiwel Lewi, and Holocaust victims from Leubsdorf: Daniel Faber and Adele Faber, 
born Wolf, and their son, Gunther. A memorial stone erected by the people of Leubsdorf 
in 1987. 

2. Our sister and aunt, Frau Jeanetta Levy, born Marx, Sissa bath Rafael, February 22, 1851- 

July25, 1938. 

3. Gustav Braun, 1880- 1933, Gustav bar Jehudah hakohen. 

4. Frau Aron Marx, born Julie Oestreich, 1856-1931, bath Jizchak. 

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Linz (Rhine) (Continued) 

5. Johanna Simon, born Loeb, August 5, 1860- January 2, 1924, bath Rafael. 

6. Frau Louis Simon, born Bertha Reifenberg, May 5, 1855-February 13, 1920, bath Ellakum. 

7. Johanna Levy, aunt, born in Mondorf-June 17, 1841, died in Linz-September 28, 1920, bath 

Simchah. 

8. Johanna Mayer, born Frohlich, April 10, 1834-March 31, 1922, bath Chaim. 

9. Henriette Levy, born Marx, 1847-1922, bath Moshe. 
10.11. Joseph Hirsch, 1853-1917, Josef bar Zvi, 

and 
his wife, Auguste Wihl, 1859-1918, bath Alexander. 

12. Our good feither, Simon Simon, 1852-1915, Shimeon bar David. 

13. The wife of Abraham Michel, born Sibilla Levy, bath Jehudah, born in Mondorf-July 18, 

1827, died in Linz-November 3, 1915. 

14. David Daniel, born in Kobern/Mosel-December 20, 1843, died in Linz-July 13, 1915, David 

bar Josef haKohen. 

15. The wife of Hermann Hirsch, born Henriette Brunei! in Koln-April 18, 1853, died November 

4, 1913. 

16. Marx Meyer, July 5, 1861 -November 26, 1913, Meir bar Jekutiel. 

17. Marx Marx, died November 16, 1910, 79-years-old, Mordechai bar Jeseja. 

18. Hermann Faber, April 12, 1844 [Mertloch]-April 15, 1905, Chaim bar Kolonymus. 

19. Moritz Simon, 1841-1901, Moshe bar Chaim. 

20. Heymann Simon, died November 27, 1882, 62-years-old, Chaim bar Jakob Simon. 

21. (His wife) Helene Simon, born Heimann, died February 1 1, 1882, 76-years-old. 

22. David Simon, died February 17, 1880, bar Jakob Simon. 

23. Rafael Marx, August 10, 1801, October 19, 1876, Rafael bar Meir. 

24. Emanuel Rafael Mann, 1816-1855, "Vorsteher der Gemeinde" (leader of the community). 

25. (His mother) Frau Fanny Mann, died July 1 1 , 1877, 100-years-old. 

26. Karoline Hartmann, born Mann, June 5, 1811-November 16, 1869, bath Rafael. 

27. Seligmann Simon, April 1816-May 7, 1870, ben Jakob Simon. 

28. Samuel Simon, died October 1, 1874, bar Jakob Simon. 

29. Isaak Jacob Cahn, February 2, 1807-October 9, 188 1. Symbol of priests appears on the 

tombstone. 

30. Frau Isaak J. Cahn, bom Sybilla Simon, bath Jakob Simon, August 25, 181 1-June 30, 

1873. 

31. Leopold Mandel, December 12, 1828-November 3, 1889, Jehudah bar Shmuel. 

32. Jetta David, born Meyer, died January 1, 1885, 54-years-old, the wife of David bar Josef 

HaKohen. 

33. Heymann Simon, died April 17, 1886, 73-years-old, Chaim bar Jakob Simon. 

34. Hannchen Simon, wife of the senior David Simon, died January 22, 1886. 

35. Joseph Hartmann, Josef bar Arieh Hartmann, died December 24, 1883, 68-years-old. 

36. Jacob Levy, died November 18, 1887, Yaakov bar Reuben [from Remagen?]. 

37. Isaac Levy, November 18, 1809-October 25, 1890, husband and father, Jizchak bar Reuben 

Ascher [from Remagen?}. 

38. Carl Meyer, April 12, 1833-October 6, 1895, husband and father, Jekutiel bar Ahron Meir. 

39. Samson Meyer, February 23, 1839-December 13, 1895, husband and father, Shmuel bar 

Abraham. 

40. The wife of Rafael Marx, born Vielchen, March 8, 1824-JuIy 12, 1893. 

41. The wife of Abraham bar Jehudah Samuel, born Eva, died February 26, 1893, 63-years-old. 

42. Louis Simon, Elieser bar Chaim, May 31, 1851 -March 1, 1901. husband and father. 

43. Levy Wallach, April 12, 1827-December 10, 1874, EUesar bar Baruch haLevi. 

44. (his wife) Henriette Feist, August 30, 1822-October 24, 1898. 

45. Joseph Wallach, May 21, 1854-November 20, 191 1, bar Eliesar haLevi. 

46. (his wife) Thekla bath Moshe haKohen, May 4, 1857-April 12, 1903, our mother. 

47. Nathan Wallach, July 3, 1 830-February 24, 1923, Natan bar Baruch haLevi. * 

48. (his wife) Jeannette Oppenheimer, died February 23, 1892, 66-years-old. 

49. Salomon Wallach, August 10, 1833-March 187CK?), Shlomo bar Baruch haLevi. * 

50. (his wife) Regina Altshuler, December 25, 1836-February 15, 1892, bath Daniel. 

51. Daniel Wallach, June 25, 1865-November 11, 1914, Daniel bar Shlomo haLevi. 

52. Joseph Wallach Sr., November 25, 1836-April 16, 1912, Josef bar Baruch haLevi. * 

[* Baruch bar Yaakov haLevi = Benjamin Wallach, 1809-1891, born and died in Schiefbahru] 

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Meckenheim 

Information gathered by Klaus H.S. Schulte prior to 1972 and 
Henny Houweling-Zwart in June, 2003. 



Location ; The cemetery is situated in a beautiful estate. The address is: Dechant-Kretten- 
Strasse, and the cemetery is opposite house number 4. 

Klaus H.S. Schulte wrote that there were 53 tombstones, from which 23 were damaged, 
without epitaphs. Henny Houweling-Zwart found 31 tombstones, from which five were hidden in 
brushwood. She found two tombstones written in Hebrew, which she was unable to read. The 
following list is a combination of both Klaus H.S. Schulte's findings and those of Henny 
Houweling-Zwart. The gravestone numbers were made by Mr. Schulte. 

1. (Hebrew): Rabbi Jehuda, died 535/8 [c. 1775/8], 

2. (Hebrew): Ha-ishah....bath Metr (?) Honnef, died 536 [c. 1776]. 

3. (Hebrew): Ha-ishah,... Eschet Kh.... died 593 [c. 1833]. 

4. (Hebrew): Ha-ishah....Jitch bath Jakob, died 533 [c.1773]. 

5. (Hebrew): Jakob Zvi bar Josef Berln. [Jacob Zwi Berlin] 

6. (Hebrew): Ha-ishah....bat Kh. Mendele Eschet Kh. Michael, died 595/8 [c.1835-8]. 

7. (Hebrew): Martele bath Michael, Eschet Gottschalk mi-Meckenheim, died 619 [c,1859]. 

8. (Hebrew): (right side)-Yitzchak, died 614 [c. 1854]; (left side)-Keilche bath Hnchas, died 617 [c. 

1857]. 

9. (Hebrew): Eschet chayil, Ester bat Jehudah, died Cheshvan 650 [c. October-November, 1889]. 

10. (Hebrew): Illegible. 

11. (Hebrew): Illegible. 

12. (Hebrew): Illegible. 

13. (Hebrew): Illegible. 

14. Seligmann Berlin, 1799-1880, Yitzchak bar Yaakov Zvi. 

15. Mendel Berlin, born December 14, 1834-1891, Menachem bar Yaakov 

16. Hier ruht in Frieden Sibila Berlin, born Moises [Frau Mendel Berlin, born Billa Moses] born in 

Adendorf June 23, 1836-died in Meckenheim April 24, 19 1 1 , bath Naftali. 

17. Bernhard Berlin, born March 13, 1864-died March 22, 1879. 

18. Daniel Berlin, born April 21, 1849-died January 12, 1927, Gedalia bar Michael, and 
Rebekka Berlin, born Gottschalk, born October 12, 1862-died March 7, 1937/24 Adar 5697, 

Rebekkah bath Naftali. 

19. Herz Moses, born in Eisenbach, Provinz Nassau, 1799, died in Adendorf in 1872, Naftali bar 

Moshe. 

20. Frau Herz Moses, born Henriette Schmitz, 1801-1879. (Actual birth date: November 10, 1802} 

21. Hier ruht in Frieden Heinrich Moses, Born in Wormersdorf 1826, died in Adendorf 

October, 1899, Naftali bar R. Moses. 

22. Bernhard Salm from Altendorf (dates weathered away). 

23. Lazarus Meyer, 1833-1899, Eliezar Zvi bar Natan ha-Kohen. Symbol of priest's hands. 

24. Frau Lazarus Meyer, born Regina Mainzer, June 7, 1836-May 28, 1908, Reichle bath Jehuda. 

25. Jakob Juhl, 1800-1876, Elkiakom bar Joel ben Zvi. 

26. Frau Michael Juhl, born Mathilde Bender from Briedel, Rosel bath Moshe, Eschet Michael 

ben Gottschalk. 

27. Eheleute Mendel Mendel. [He was married three times, to Carolina Schmitz, Sibilla Schmitz, 

and Susanna Krechel] 

28. Sally Mendel, February 25, 18 78- January 9, 1932. 

29. Frau Sara Salm, born Frank, 1848-1907, bath Meir, Eschet ....bar Shlomo. 

30. Rebekka Meyer, 1841-1909, Sara Rebeka bat Yitzchak, Eschet Yitzchak ben Dovid. 
31-53. Gravestones desecrated, without an epitaph. 



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Meerssen (near Maastricht). Zuid-Limbura. The NETHERLANDS (Holland) 

Information gathered by Leopold, Gail and Helene Hoenig on July 1 7, 1987. 

Location : On the north side of Tussen de Bruggen Straat, diagonally opposite number 2 1 

Tussen de Bruggen, directly on the town border of Meerssen and Rothem. The Rothem 
Gem. Meerssen sign is located on the sidewalk in front of the southern end of the 
cemetery and the Meerssen sign is at the opposite side sidewalk across from the 
northern end of the cemetery. The little river, the Kleine Geul, flows in a nearly east- 
west direction along the northern perimeter of the cemetery. The cemetery is enclosed 
and locked and the family which resides at 21 Tussen de Bruggen has the key. The 
cemetery appears as Israelitsche Begraatplaats — with a Christian cross symbol 
alongside — on the town map. 

Rows A through H are on the right side of the walk that divides the cemetery in half. The 
numbers of the gravestones are as they appear from the far right of the entrance — that part of 
the cemetery near the little river. 

There are 1hree or four gravestones on the ground alongside the inside of ihe front wall of the 
cemetery to ihe far right of the front entrance gate. 

Row A: 

(space betweenfence near river and grave) 

1. Carolina Anschel, wife of Alexander Hertog, 79-years-old, died July 15, 1915, Gitel bat 

Moshe. 

2. Alexander Hertog, Alexander bar Avraham, husband of Carolina Anschel, 77-years-old, died 

December 13, 1907. 

(space between graves) 

3. Here lies our beloved mother, Eva Hertogs, wife of Isaac Wyngaard, 74-years-old, died June 1, 

1903, Hana bat Haar Moshe. 

4. Meyer Wijngaard, Meir, son of Shmuel haLevi. 

5. Sophia Soesman, died December 26, 1897. (This stone has fallen down.) 

(space between graves) 

6. Jacob Soesman, died June 1 1 , 1897, 82-years-old, Yaakov bar Eliezar. 

7. Salomon Soesman, February 12, 185l-March22, 1896. 

RowB : 

1. Louis Hertog, Yechiel bar Abraham, husband of Caroline Marx, September 15, 1838-March 8, 

1895. 

(space between graves) 

2. Hermann Hertog, May 7, 1835-December 12, 1892, husband of Johanna Schmitz. 

3. Philip Marx, husband of Eva Wyngaard, August 17, 1807- July 29, 1892, Eliezar bar Rafael. 

4. Henriette Hertogs, wife of Ambr. [AmbrosiusI Soesman - Pinchas Salomon, daughter of 

HaRav David Herman, May 15, 18 15- January 20, 1892. 

5. Mozes Hertog, husband of Blondine Leviticus, died March 5, 1891, 68-years-old, Moshe bar 

Avraham. 

RowC : 

1. Joseph Herman Hertog, May 5, 1869-September 18, 1890, Avraham ben Chaim. 

2. Mina Wijngaard, born Hertog, died November 22, 1889, Tsoorl bat Shmuel, wife of Meir ben 

Shmuel. 

3. Caroline Marx, wife of Louis Hertog, December 1 1, 1845-April 15, 1889, Miriam bat Eliezar. 

4. Eva Soesman, born Hertogs, wife of Yaakov ben Eliezar, Miriam bat Hahar Rav Yaakov, died 

April 1, 1888, 56-years-old. 

(space between graves) 
5.6, (double stone) Hendrik Hertog, born November 18, 1889-Meerssen, died February 24, 1878, 

and 
his wife, Johanna Anschel, born in Polch-February 19, 1834, died in Meerssen-February 
12, 1878, Handel bat Moshe. 
7. Isaac Wijngaard, husband of Eva Hertogs, President of the Jewish Community, November 14, 
1811 -January 4, 1878. 

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Meerssen (near Maastricht). Zuid-Limbura. THE NETHERLA NDS (HOLLANDS 

(Continued) 

RowH: 

1. Sophie Zeligman, Faigel bat Yitzchak, 8-years-old, died December 7, 1929. 

2. Sibilla Kaufmann, wife of Moshe ben Yaakov-Mozes Zeligman, Balla bat Yitzchak, died 

August 15, 1928. 

3. Bertha Mozes, wife of Emanuel Zeligman, November 25, 1851 -January 18, 1927, Baila bat 

Aron. 

4. Max Mozes Hertog, husband of Sophie Gras, January 8, 1864, Meerssen- July 16, 1925, 

Meerssen, Menachem ben Moshe. 

5. Our beloved father, Em. [Emanuel] Mendel Zeligman, born in Meerssen-July 8, 1840, died 

in Aldaar-October 27, 1922, Menachem bar Moshe. 

6. Our mother, Magali bat Asher, Julia Andres, born in Eschweiler-December 5, 1840, died in 

Meerssen-December 8, 1918? (25 Tishre 5679). 

7. Joseph Zeligman, 1865-1918. 

8. Salomon Wijngaard, Shlomo bar Shmuel, husband of Helena Neumann, died Ouderdom [at 

an old age] on December 13, 1917, 77 -years-old. 

1. Salomon Soesman, born in Meerssen-September 5, 1859, died in Aldaar- August 1 7, 1923, 

Shlomo ben Pinchas. (This gravestone is lying on the ground.) 

2. My loving mother, Regina Marx, widow of Joseph Levy, died at an old age [Ouderdom] on 

March 27, 1922, 79-years-old, Rachel bat Eliezar. 

3. Our father, Joseph Levy, husband of Regina Marx, born in Ratingen- December 11, 1847, 

died in Maastricht- May 16, 1915, Josef ben Yaakov. 

4. Helena Mozes, widow of Jacob Zeligman, died at an old age [Ouderdom] on December 10, 

1913,89-years- old, Handele bat Moshe. 

5. Blondina Hertog, born Leviticus, died at an old age [Ouderdom] on October 15, 191 1, 85- 

years-old, Blooma bat Yisroel haLevi. 

6. Bernard Hertz-Dahl, husband of Jeanetta Marx, born in Meerssen-February 14, 1845, died in 

Meerssen-April 17, 1914. 

7. Jacob Zeligman, husband of Helena Mozes, died at an old age [Ouderdom] on April 7, 1911, 

89-years-old, Yaakov ben Menachem. 

8. Johanna Schmitz, wife of Herman Hertog, died in Maastricht-November 30, 1910, 80-years- 

old, Handel bat Josef. 

9. Sara Richar, wife of Isaac Hertog, Tsoorel bat Shimon, born in Trier-May 24, 1846, died in 

Meerssen- January 11, 1915. 

10. Isaac Hertog, husband of Sara Richar, November 15, 1840-September 20, 1909, Yaakov ben 

Avraham. 

FqwF= 

1. Our sister, Philomena Zeligman, November 3, 1872-May 10, 1940, Mindela bat Yaakov. 

2. (Tombstone has fallen down.) 

3. (Tombstone has fallen down.) 

4. Antoinette Wijngaard, sister and aunt, March 5, 1858-May 7, 1934. 

5. Henriette Meijer, wife of Louis Isaac Wijngarrd, February 5, 1861-April 23, 1945. 

6. Louis Isaac Wyngaard, husband of Henriette Meijer, September 5, 1860-February 1 1, 1934, 

Jissachar ben Tslook. 

7. Adelheid Hertog, widow of Joseph Coster, born in Polch-September 6, 1866, died in Luik 

[Li6ge]-August 13, 1932. 

8. My best uncle, Isidore Wijngaard, died at an old age [Ouderdom] onMay 10, 193 1, 87-years- 

old, Yisroel ben Shmuel. 
9. 10. (double stone) Louis Salomon Wijngaard, widower of Anna Stern, died at an old age 
[Ouderdom] on March 5, 1930, 82-years-old, 

and 
his wife, Anna Stern, wife of Louis Salomon Wijngaard, Channa bat Serge?, died at an 
old age [Ouderdom] on February 10, 1930, 72-years-old. 

11. Sophia Soesman, wife of David Caen, Sara bat Eliezar, wife of Tovah bar Pinchas, 

December 9, 1808-December 26, 1878. 

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Meerssen (near Maastricht. Zuid-Umburo. THE NETHERLANDS 'HOLLANDS 

(Continued) 

RqwQ: 

1. Bertha Zeligman, Brlndel bat Yaakov, born on December 5, 1868. (Part of this tombstone has 

fallen to the ground.) 

2. My wife, Hedwig Eva Wolff, Hana bat R. Meir haLevi, wife of Albert Zeligman, April 9, 1884- 

January 25, 1955. Also on the tombstone: In memory of our son, Herbert Zeligman, born 

February 18, 1919 [Hildegarde Zeligman]. our daughter,born February 9, 1921. Both 

children were deported and they never returned. 

3. Albert Zeligman, widower of Eva Wolff, July 4, 1890-April 22, 1966, Arieh ben Shmuel. 

(There is a long space between these two graves.) 

4. Abraham Soesman, died at an old age [Ouderdom] on September 10, 1867, 56-years-old, 

Avraham ben Eliezar. 

5. (Hebrew) Hannah bat HaChar Yaakov Zelig. 

Rowff: 

(These two stones lie behind gravestones G-4 and G-5.) 

1 . Joseph Soesman, died October 20, 186 1 , Josef ben Jehudah. 

2. (Hebrew) Eliezar ben Jehudah Zelig. 

Rows I through M are on the left side of the walk that divides the cemetery in half. The 
numbers on the gravestones are as they appear from the walk to the fence at the far left closest 
to Rothem. 

Row I: 

1 . Heruiette Bernard, Malka bat Yaakov, died in 1880, 75-years-old. 

Row J: 

1. Anna Bloemgaarden, widow of J. [Joseph] Hertog, died March 20, 1877, Handeleh bar Josef. 

2. Leon Soesman, January 5, 1782- January 9, 1877, Jehudah ben HaRav Moshe. 

(There is a large space between these gravestones,) 

3. Mathleu Marks, died October 26, 1872. (The Hebrew writing is faded.) 

4. Eva Wijngaard, wife of VPH Marks, died July 5, 1866, Hanah bat Zvi. 

5. Joseph Hertog, 1792-1866, 5553 or 5555-5627. 

Eqw& 

1. Mihiel Wyngaard, died on February 7, 1871 at an old age [Ouderdom], 64-years-old, Yechiel 

bar Zvi haLevi, important member of Meerssen Jewish community. 

2. Salomon Wyngaard, Shmuel bar Zvi haLevl. (This tombstone is broken.) 

3. Ambr. [Ambrosius] Soesman, husband of Henriette Hertogs, October 18, 1799-December 15, 

1871, Pinchas ben Char Eliezar. 

4. August Burger, March 1797-August 6, 1870, Eliezar ben HaChavar Avraham Zelig. 

RowL: 

1 . Eva Salomon, widow of Salomon Wyngaard, died July 30, 1849 (5609)-at an old age 
[Ouderdom], 39-years-old, Hanah bat Meir. 

RowM: 

(This tombstone is in the center walk of the cemetery.) 

1 . Hertz Wyngaard, Zvi Hirsch HaLevi, died April 1 1 , 1859. (The first Hebrew letter of each 
word of the Hebrew name is much larger than the rest of the letters in the name.) 



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Mertioch 
(Kreis Mayen-Koblenz) 

Information gathered by Leopold Hoenig in 1967, 1969, 1971, 1981 and 1996. 
Information gathered by Leopold, Gail and Helene Hoenig in July, 1987, 

Location: On the road from Mertioch to Naunheim, south of Mertioch, on the east side of the 
road. 

PJagram qf Cemetery: 



T 

MERTLOCH 



R 

A 
D 



Gate 



NAUNHEIM 



Tree 

H-> J-> 

G-> |-> 

F-> 

E-> 

B->- d-> 

A-> C-> 



All rows are listed from the gravestone closest to the entrance gate. 

1. Louis Stern, born In Meckenhelm, Jan, 8, 1849-Nov. 12, 1932-Polch. 

2. No name 

3. Karoline Faber, born Michel, Gilla bat Moshe, 1843-1931. 

4. No name 

5. No name (doublestone) 

6. No name 

7. No name 

8. Hilde Herz aus Polch, 1928-1929. 

9. Hermann Hirsch, aus Polch, Tzvi bar Shlomo, Oct. 1, 1864-Feb. 14, 1929. 

10. Ruth Wolf aus Mertioch, Sept. 5, 1921-Sept. 24, 1927. 

Row fl: 

1. Regine Dewald, born Moses, Rachel bat Chaim, April 2, 1882 (Altwled)-March 11, 1937 

(Munstermaifeld). 

2. ...lene Platz (either Helene or Karolene), born Krechel, Leah bat Yaakov, July 1876-Aug. 1936. 

3. No name 

4. No name 

5. No name (In 1967 Sophie Hein identified this large gravestone as being Emtiia Wolff's). 

6. Karoline Diewald, Fraylich or Fagela bat Mordechai, Aug. 24, 1852-Nov. 3, 1934. 

7. David Rudolf Kaufman, Munstermaifeld, Yehudah bar Naftali, May 25, 1851-April 10, 1934. 

8. No name 

9. No name 

10. No name 



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Mertloch (Continued) 



RowC: 



1. Frledrlch Wilhelm Anschel, Yitzchak bar Moshe, husband of Auguste born Oppenheimer, 

March 22, 1850-Jan. 21. 1902-Polch. 

2. Adolf Minkel, aus Mertloch,Yitzchak bar Naftali, Sept. 3, 1883-March 19, 1901. 

3. No name 

4. Moritz Hirsch, aus Polch, Moshe bar Yehudah, Aug. 4, 1888-June 17, 1900. 

5. Jettchen Kolhaas, died 1917. 

6. No name 

7. (Hebrew) Eliahu ben Menachem, died on the first day of Shavuoth, a Friday, in 5659 (1899). 

[Date is equivalent to May 15, 1899, David Faber's date of death] 

8. Mathilde Marx, Pillig (very difficult to read). 

9. (Hebrew) Yaakov bar Moshe, died 19 Nissan (Passover) 5658 (1898). [Unknown] 

10. Veronika Levy, born Simon, aus Gappenach. 

RowP: 

1 . No name (very difficult to read) 

2. Moses Faber, aus Mertloch, Moshe bar Yisoscher, died Feb. 18, 1908. 

3. Salomon Jakob Herz, aus Polch, Yaakov bar Yaakov, died April 7, 1908, 56 years old. 

4. No name 

5. Sussana Faber, born Kaufinan, bat Chanim, April 8, 1841 (Binningen)-Jan. 26, 1908 (Polch). 

6. ReginaMarx, born Roos, wife of Lazarus Marx,Sept. 30, 1827-Nov. 13, 1906. 

7. (Hebrew) NaftaU bar Chaim, from Pillig, died 26 Tishre 5666 (1906). [Heinrich Haas, born June 

14, 1843 in Pillig, died October 25, 1905 in Pillig] 

8. Henriette Hirsch, born Friesem, aus Polch, Yetsche bat Chaim, Nov. 7, 1866-Aug. 11, 1905. 

9. Lazarus Marx, June 21, 1825-Dec. 12, 1907. 

10. Gertrude Diewald, born Freedberg, Nov. 18, 1842 [1841?]-Jan. 17, 1905. 

RowE : 

1 . No name 

2. No name 

3. No name 

4. No name 

5. Joseph Hirsch, Polch.Yosef bar Shlomo, died 1908, age 40. 

6. David Krechel, David bar Shlomo, Oct. 15, 1834-Mar. 20, 1911. 

7. Frau Jakob Krechel, born Fanie Schiffinan, died July 18, 1910, 68 years old. 

8. (Hebrew) Yaakov bar Shlomo, born 6 Nissan 5593 ( 1833) in Polch, a very righteous and 

important person. [Jacob Faber, born March 28, 1833 in Polch, died March 5, 1912 in 
Polch] 

9. Benjamin Anschel, Mordechai bar Moshe, July 11, 1844-Nov. 25,1912. 

10. No name 

1 1. Auguste Anschel, born Oppenheimer, Gitel batre Yehudah, Feb. 15, 1840-Aug. 24, 1916. 

RpwF: 

1 . No name 

2. No name 

3. No name 

4. No name 

5. No name 

6. No name 

7. David Dewald, July 10, 1845-Dec. 18, 1922. 

8. Samuel Dewald, Shmuel bar Yitzchak, Feb. 12, 1861-Sept 26, 1925. 

9. No name 

10. Simon Marx, Munstermaifeld, Alexander bar Meir, Aug. 31, 1898-Apr. 24, 1925 (He fell off of 

a horse and was kicked by it.) 

11. No name 

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MertlQCh (Continued) 
RowG: 

1. (Hebrew) Pinchas ben Kolonymus, died 5674 (1914), Simon Marx, born about 1820, died 

November 1, 1914.) 

2. No name 

3. No name 

4. Rudolf Bender, Yehudah bar , March 23, 1859 (Munstermaifeld)-Nov. 29, 1923. 

5. Berthold Levy, Pinchas bar Simon, Aug. 8, 1909-Nov. 5, 1923. 

6. Joseph Faber, Yosef bar Mordechai, Nov. 13, 1842-Sept. 27, 1923, Mertloch. 

7. Frau Rosetta Hirsch, born Anschel in Polch, Eschet Chayll, Reedish bat Michel, May 8, 1848 

(Polch)-April 10, 1923 (Polch). 

8. Regina Anschel, Ruth bat Michel, Aug. 12, 1851-May 4, 1918, Polch. 

9. Frau Sara Kaumian, born Marx, Oct. 12, 1866-Feb. 12, 1920. 

10. No name 

11. No name 

12. Hermann Faber, Mertloch, Chaim bar Yisoscher, died June 23, 1924, age 84. 

EowJi: 

1 . No name 

2. No name 

3. Jakob Herz, aus Polch/Yaakov ben Naftali Herz, Feb. 19, 1876-March 15, 1915. [He was killed 

in action in Metz, France during World War I.] 

4. Vanni Gartner, Vani bat Dovid, March 16, 1855 (Brohl)-April 2, 1917 (Pillig). (Not married). 

5. No name. In my visits to the cemetery in 1967, 1969 and 1971, this gravestone had a plaque: 

Hermann Herz, aus Polch, Naftali benYaakov, Oct. 19, 1852-Nov. 10, 1917.) 

6. No name 

7. (Hebrew): Shlomo ben Yisoscher, died 7 Av (Tisha B'Av) 5678 (1918), (Salomon Kahn). 

8. No name (very difficult to read) 

9. No name 

10. No name 

1 1 . No name (very difficult to read) 

Row I: 

1. Philip Vohs, Natan bar Eliezar, Oct. 20, 1820-Sept. 7, 1895. 

2. Babetta Kaufman, born Orunwald, Oct. 26, 1818-Feb. 3, 1895, 

3. Marjanne Minkel, born Heimann in Bassenheim, 1804-Aug. 11, 1896-Mertloch 

4. Johanna Wolf, born Seligmann. 

5. Fraulein Gertrud Faber, Gutsheh bat Gedilah, died March 21, 1899, age 83. 

6. Ottilde Marx, born Benedickt, Odel bat Meir, wife of Pinchas ben Kolonymus (Simon Marx) , 

died Aug. 14, 1894, age 65. (Born about 1826 in Kirchberg.) 

7. Hebrew) Yisoscher ben Yaakov (Bernhard Faber, son of Jakob Faber). 

8. Impossible to read (In 1971 this gravestone was deciphered as Joseph Wolff, Page 1247?) 

9. Ester Faber, born Wolff, died May 7, 1884, age 79. 

10. Jakob Hirsch, Yehudah ben TzvL Aug. 25, 1839-Jan. 27, 1889. 

11. (Hebrew) Chaya bat 

ROW J: 

1 Oster, AUCH IM MIN HERM BUCHNUS (?) 

2. Sara Kaufman (very difficult to read). 

3. Marx Faber, Mordechai bar Yaakov, died Aug. 10, 1881 or 1886, 87 years old. 

4. Very difficult to read. Pauline or Karoline Anschel, born Schwartz or Stern, bat Asher. 

[Probably Karoline Anschel, born Stern.] 

5. Regina Wolf, born Faber, Reechel bat Gedilah, died Dec. 30, 1885, 67 years old. 

6. Marianne Lippman, wife of Jakob Kirchberger, died April 10, 1875. (At one point the date 

seemed to be 1884.) [Unknown - she is not listed in the charts] 

7. Salomon Faber, Mertloch, Salomon bar Yisoscher, 1834-1891. [Records show birth in 1832] 

8. Rosetta Levy, Rebecca bat 

9. Herr M. Dewald, Feb. 12, 1814-May3, 1881. [Markus Dewald] 

10. Regina Marx, born Adler, died in Pillig, (1881) 

11. Frau Henrietta Bender, Feb, 7, 1797-March ...,1874. 

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MertlQCh (Continued) 



RowK: 



1. Reglna Hermann, born Wolf, -18 [Unknown] 

2. Sara Bender, unsere selig mutter. 

3. No name (In previous visits, this gravestone was for Hermann Minkel, aus Mertloch, died 

1884.) 

4. Klara Rupert, wife of Math. Krechel. 

5. (Hebrew) Mindel bat Eliokum (a Cohen) , died Cheshvan 5637 (Oct. -Nov. 1876). [Unknown] 

6. Hebrew) Impossible to read. 

7. Impossible to read 

8. Mina Vohs, born Faber, died Jan. 20, 1898, 76 years old. {Polch Standesamt records indicate 

her age as 75.) 

9. (Behind a tree) Louise Haas, born Levy 186.... [1806-1879] (a Haas from Pillig.) 

10. Joseph Hirsch, Yosef ben Yehudah. [March 8,] 1839-[October 17,] 1877. 

1 1. Bernhard Marx. 

(Many of the gravestones were rearranged by the caretaker in 1971 .) 



Niedermendig 
(Kreis Mayen-Kobienz) 

Information gathered by Klaus H.S. Schulte in the Spring, 1985. 

1. Simon May, son of Oster, Simon bar Ascher, Niedermendig, May 12, 1848 -March 7, 1916. 

2. Eva May, born Salomon, May 16, 1840 in Kruft-December 20, 1909ln Niedermendig. 

3. Moses May, Moshe bar Ascher, March 10, 1859-May 14, 1933, and his son, 

Jakob May, March 2, 1905-July 21, 1952, died far away but is buried here. 

4. Josef Lukas [Laurenzberg], Josef bar Shmuel, January 25, 1857-April 10, 1923, and 

Johanna Lukas, born May, Hanna bath Jechiel, January 8, 1859-November 24, 1938. 

5. EUi Lukas, bath Josef, February 27, 1898-June 6, 1936. 

6. Simon May, Chaim bar Jechiel, February 5, 1852-July 9, 1938. 

7. Leopold May, Arieh bar Jechiel. June 1, 1861 -May 23, 1935, and 

Mathilde May, born Mayer, bath Avraham, September 22, 1868-October 11, 1919. 

8. Johanna May, bath Arieh, March 18, 1876-December 1, 1936. 

9. Nathan May, Natan bar Chaim, March 12, 1871 -December 12, 1922. 

10. Berta Eggener, born Seligmann, bath Zvi, October 16, 1874-May 29, 1936. 

1 1 . Alex Eggener, Avraham bar Moshe, July 9, 1905-September 24, 1932, 

12. Gravestone without an epitaph but with the hands of a priest. This indicates a member of 

the Levite tribe. 



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Information gathered by Leopold Hoenig in October, 1981. 

Location : In Nlederzissen, on Sauerbrunnen Street, beyond the intersection at the beginning of 
Rotenberg Street 

Plagra^ of Cemetery: 




E 



D 

C 



B 



New 
Entrance 




To center of town 



SAUERBRUNNEN STR. 



I visited this cemetery on a cold and rainy day in October, 1981. Eecause of the inclement 
weather and darkness (many tail trees overhang the cemetery, blocking out sunlight), many of 
the gravestones inscribed in Hebrew have not been translated. All gravestones are listed in order 
from the entrance. Brunhilde Sturmer of Nlederzissen took photographs of some of the 
tombstones in 2004 and her findings are included below. 

Row A: 

1. (Hebrew) bath Natan. 

2. (Hebrew) Chaim bar Moshe, died n.i.c.h. Adar t r ss. 

3. Jakob Frohling, from Wehr, Naftali bar Eliezar Ha-Levi. [Brunhilde Sturmer says this 

gravestone reads Jakob Kaufmann (born in 1799 in Volkesfeld, died December 15, 1877.] 

4. Clara Friesem, born Gottschalk, Burgbrohl, JOaire bath Eliakim ha-Cohen, died May 12, 1873. 

5. Clara Friesem, from Burgbrohl, Kelche bath Asher, Betulah, died May 13, 1872. 

6. (Hebrew) Gutsheh bath Moshe, died 13 Marcheschwan t. r. 1. s. 

7. Moses Gottschalk, Moshe bar Jakob, bom Aug. 20, 1837. 

8. Very hard to read. [Brunhilde Sturmer in 2004 says this gravestone is Babe Kaufmann, born 

Alexander, born c.1799 in Westum, died May 13, 1874 in Wehr, wife of Jakob Kaufmann.] 

9. Illegible. [Brunhilde Sturmer in 2004 says this graveston is Carolina Cosman, born Mayer, wife 

of Benjamin Cosman.] 

10. (Hebrew) 

11. (Hebrew) 

12. (Hebrew) 

13. (Hebrew) 

14. (Hebrew) 

15. (Hebrew) [Brunhilde Sturmer says this gravestone was not there in 2004.] 

16. No name 

17. Frau Leopold Berger, aus Burghrohl, Chanah bat Chaim, Nov. 12, 1876-Nov.2, 1919. [Friesem] 

18. Gravestone has sunk into the ground. 

19. No name 



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Niederzissen (Continued) 

20. No name 

21. (Hebrew) 

22. (Hebrew) 

23. (Hebrew) 

24. Cannot be read; only part of the stone remains. 

25. Moses Frohling, Moshe bar Yitzchak, March 23, 1835-Sept. 9, 1922. 

26. Bertha FrGhling, born Stommeln, In Mayendorf, Baila bat Naftali, Feb. 26, 1834-Nov. 7, 1916 

(Wehr) 

27. Tekla Frohling, born Issak zu Schweich, Mart bat Mordechai, Nov. 4, 1870-Sept 14, 1917. 

Row?: 

1. (Hebrew) 

2. Difficult to read 

3. Sara Moses. 

4. Illegible 

5. Ehefrau Moses Gottschalk (First wife of Moses Gottschalk, Fanny Indemai), 1839-Febr. 1883. 

6. Alexander Berger, Alexander bar Avraham, Jan. 20, 1815-Feb. 6, 1873. 

7. Asher Avraham Friesem (Andreas Friesem, who died in 1846). 

8. Illegible 

9. (Hebrew) 

10. (Hebrew) Mordechai bar Avraham Asher (Marx Friesem). 

1 1 . (Hebrew, under a tree) 

12. Jakob Berger, aus Niederzissen, March 2, 18....- 1914, 

13. (Hebrew) 

14. (Hebrew) 

15. Isaak Berger. 

16. Philipp Berger, died Sept. 23, 1926. 

17. No name 

18. Karoline Berger, born Moses, born April 18, 1830. 

19. Adolf Berger. 

20. (stone is smashed) Helene Gunther, Jan. 15, 1854-April 5, 1926. [Helene (Gunther) Berger] 
21.Frau Hermann Friesem, Ester, born Marx, Ester bat Menachem, Aug. 24, 1850- Jan. 1, 1932. 

[Henriette Friesem} 

22. Herrn. Hermann Friesem, aus Burgbrohl, Chaim bar Mardochai, March 1, 1843-Feb. 21, 

1912, 25 Adar 5672. 

23. Wilhelmine Mayer, bom Almeyer, Nov. 12, 1856-Nov. 16, 1936; 
Bernard Mayer, Jan. 15, 1845-Jan. 25, 1921. 

24. No name 

25. No name (doublestone) 

26. Sali Kahn, Niederzissen, March 12, 191 1-March 19, 19.. ..[1918] 

RowC: 

1. Post World War II Memorial to Josef (Joseph) Kahn, Max Kahn, Mina Kahn, Una Kahn, Yetta 

Abraham, Leo Abraham and Ruth Abraham, all of whom perished in the Holocaust. 

2. Illegible, in German. 

3. Fanni Lazarus, born Winter. 

RowD: 

1. Fosilla Kahn, 2 Tlshre 1827-March 5, 191 1, from Niederzissen; 
Simon Kahn, June 20, 1821-July5, 1911, Niederzissen. 

2. Gravestone has been split in half by a tree; in Hebrew. 

3. Frau Helena Kauftnann, born 1832, died Jan. 22, 1892. [Brunhilde Sturmer says Helena 

Kaufinann was born Marx] 

4. (Hebrew) Ruth bat Yosef. 

5. (Hebrew) 

6. No inscription 

7. (Hebrew) 

8. No name 

9. (Hebrew) 

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NiederigiSSen (Continued) 

10. Yetta Berger. 

11. (Hebrew) 

12. No inscription 

13. Frau Johanna Bahr, Niederzissen, Jan. 30, 1840- July 8, 1915. 

14. Henriette Kempenich, born Bar, Sept. 18, 1867-March 17, 1939. 

15. No name 

16. Only the bottom of this stone remains. 

17. Gravestone has been knocked over and cannot be read. 

18. Bemhard Frohling. 

19. A doublestone, but only one side has an inscription. Eheleute (Mr. and Mrs.) Leopold Kahn, 

Oberzissen, Jan. 20. 1870-Oct. 31, 1930. (other side is empty because his wife died in 
1938 and it was probably impossible to have an inscription made under the Nazis.) 

RQWE: 

1. (Hebrew) Moshe bar Avraham Asher (Moyses Friesem: 4/10/1795-Aug. 15, 1850). 

2. (Hebrew) 

3. (Hebrew) 

4. Leopold Eggener, born in 1821 or 1831; 

Sara Eggener, born Lambert, Niederzissen, born Jan. 19 

£ow£: 
l.( Hebrew) 

2. (Hebrew) 

[Brunhilde Sturmer in 2004 says the gravestone of J.(oseph) Berger, born November 
20, 1818, died September 24, 1898 lies between these two gravestones.] 

3. (Hebrew) 

4. Abraham Eggener, died March 7, 1870. 

5. Johanna Eggener, born Falk, born 12 

6. Amalie Eggener, born Jonas, June 21, 1872-Feb. 1 1, 1932; other side of doublestone is blank. 

7. Gravestone is broken. 

8. Post World War II Memorial to Samson Kahn, Nov. 2, 1864-June 6, 1942. 

9. Eve Kahn, born May 12, 1888. [Records indicate birth date Is May 12, 1863.] 

10. Karoline Gottschalk, born May 12, 1856. 

11. Schweiz Hanna Berger, born Kahn, born May 31, 1907. [Johanna Kahn] 

12. Geschwister Fritz, born Feb. 27, 1902. 

13. Alfred, born Dec. 12, 1914. 

14. Post World War n Memorial erected by Rosa (Kahn)[Cahn] and Richard (Berger): 
Gustav, born Oct. 3, 1905 [Gustav KahnKCahn] 

his wife, Rosa, born Lehmann [Rosa Kahn][Cahn] 

children: Hannelore, Henriette, Elfride, Siegfred [all Kahn (Calm) children], 

fell 1933-1945. 

RowG : (at the top, center of the cemetery) 

Karl Berger, born Jan. 14, 1871 

Wilhelmina Berger (Stern), born March 29, 1873 

Johanna Berger (Kahn) , born May 31, 1907 

Irmgard Brunell (Berger), born April 30, 1904 

Regina Simon (Berger), born Sept. 27, 1908 

[Albert] Simon, born Feb. 26, 1904 

Julius Berger, born Sept. 22, 1905 

Paula Berger (Rose), March 13 

Heinz Berger, born June 5, 1935 
Karla Berger, born April 16, 1933 
Ida Wolf (Berger), born April 10, 1910 
Ernst Wolf, born Aug. 28, 1902 
Ellen Wolf, born Jury 31, 1935 

Lina - Richard 
[Caroline Berger and Richard Berger] 

(The above Post World War II Memorial was erected by Mrs. Caroline Leven (born Berger) and Richard 

Berger, of New York City.) 

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OchtendMng 

Information gathered by Klaus H.S. Schulte in the spring of 1986. 

Location / Condition : There are no gravestones remaining, only a memorial stone erected after 
1945 in Bergfiieden, 37 Ecke Hurtersweg. 

In an article by Mrs., Renate Severin, who resides at Schiller Str. 3 in 
Ochtendung today, in the Heimotbuch 1993 des Kreises Mayen-Koblenz, entitled 
"Verwehte Spuren - Die Geschichte der Ochtendunger Juden," she makes 
mention of the burial of two social groups of the Jews of the Maifeld. 

The western group had their ancient graves in Jewish cemetery in the 
forest of the Counts of Eltz ("Eltzer Wald") --- see Wierschem cemetery listing 
— while the eastern group was buried in the forest of the Counts of 
Bassenheim ("graflich Bassenheimer Wald"). 

"This is very surprising," Klaus H.S. Schulte mentioned to me in 
November, 1992, "as we know about the graves in the Eltzer Wald, but had not 
heard up to now about the graves in the Bassenheimer Wald. Since 1879 the 
allotted land was overloaded so that the solution was to establish new 
cemeteries within the villages of Bassenheim and Ochtendung. Mrs. Severin' s 
article does not explain that the Ochtendung cemetery was located on land that 
is two meters above the level of the surrounding area." 



Schvyejnheim 

Information gathered by Leopold Hoenig in October, 1981. 

Location : On the left side, off the road from Schweinhelm to Queckenberg, beyond the town of 
Schwelnheim; next to a house which is just beyond a sharp right turn. 

Pjagrarn of Cemetery: 



FARM 




FARM 



To QUECKENBERG-> 





i HOUSE 



To SCHWEINHEIM 



FARM 



115 



Schweinheim (Continued) 
Row A : (from the right, facing into the cemetery from the entrance) 

1. Frau Josef Daniel, born Henriette Herz, Yette bath Mordechai, March 23, 1826-April 2, 1887. 

2. (Hebrew) Yindla bathYosef, died 5650 (1890). 

3. Meyer Herz, of Schweinheim, Meir bar Jehudah, April 8, 1805-Feb, 19, 1891. 

4. Frau Meier Herz, born Jette Michel (from Tetz/Julich), Yette bath NaftaH, 1809-1893. 

5 Frau Karolina Friesem, born Herz, Geula bath Meir, Eschet (wife of) Chaim ben Moshe (of 
Burgbrohl), May 20, 1838-May 7. 1867. 

6. Witwe Isask Oster, born Eva Herz, Ester bat Jehudah, March 7, 1801- June 1, 1881 . 

7. Hermann Herz, Naftali bar Meir, April 2, 1854-Oct. 13, 1913; 
HeleneHerz, bat Jehudah, Oct. 16, 1856-Oct 1, 1925. 

RowB : 

1. Salomon Herz, Shlomo benYosef, Aug. 7, 1827-Oct 3, 191 1. 

2. (Hebrew) Yitzchak barYosef, died 5643 ( 1883). 

3. Frau Salomon Herz, born Henriette Daniel, from Merzbach, Yette bat Yosef, 1827-1893. 

4. (Hebrew) Mordechai bar Jehudah Bachper, died 5630 (1870). 

5. Josef Damel, from Merzbach, Yosef Tzvi bar Josef, Feb. 12, 1823-Dec. 29, 1860. 

6. (Hebrew) Yitzchak benYehudah, died 5624 (1864). [Unknown} 

7. Samuel Horn, (from Kuchenheim), Shmuel bar Yitzchak, May 10, 1840-Dec. 13, 1897. 



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Sinzig 
Information gathered by Leopold Hoenig in October, 1981. 

Location : In the city of Sinzig, surrounded on three sides by the Christian cemetery. On the 

fourth side is a locked gate leading to the street. The entrance is through the gate to 
the Christian cemetery on Kuhrisdorfer Strasse and then turning right at the main 
path, past the oval in the center of the Christian cemetery and then via a little path 
to the left leading into the Jewish cemetery. 

Diagram of Cemetery: 



STREET 



JEWISH 
X£MgTERY 



CHRISTIAN CEMETERY 



AB 



o 



CHRISTIAN 
CEMETERY 



<o 



CHRISTIAN CEMETERY 



<-To Center of SINZIG 



KUHRISDORFER STRASSE 



PARKING 
LOT 

ROW A: (from entrance gate) 

1. Joseph Meyer, Yosef bar Gedilah (a Cohen), August 12, 1853-September 13, 1875. 

2. Regina Hartmann, born Berger, daughter of Hermann and Karoline Meyer Berger, July 17, 

1832 (Niederzissen)-December 1, 1876 (Sinzig). 

3. Elfriede Meyer, March 5, 1883 (Wilfrath, Westphalia)-March 10, 1889 (Sinzig). 

4. (New gravestone) 

Abraham Meyer, died April 11, 1940; 
Emma Meyer, born Moses, died December 5, 1940. 

5. No inscription. 

6. Adelheid Wolff, born Cann, July 24, 1862 (Leutesdorf)- January 17, 1923; 

Albert Wolff, June 9, 1894-March 27, 1935. 

ROWB: (from entrance gate) 

1. Daniel Meyer, from Sinzig, Gedilah bar Yosef , March 22, 1818-March 18, 1890. 

2. Roschen Freiburg, born Mayer, Rees bat Yitzchak, August 17, 1823 (Neuleiningen/Pfalz)- 

November 27, 1891. (Wife of Moses Freiburg} 

3. Friedrich Wilhelm Hartmann, Natal bar Arieh, September 22, 1828-July 7, 1892. 

4. Frau Rosetta Wolff, from Lohndorf, Reecha bat Aleikim Asher, 1819-1895. 

5. Jakob Hirsch, Yaakov bar Naftali, 1842-1917. 



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SinZJg (Continued) 

6. Frau Daniel Meyer, born Amalie Wolf, Miriam bat AleUdm, August 15, 1827-November 12, 

1908. 

7. No name. 

8. Johanna Faber, born Tobias, Chanah bat Yehudah, November 5, 1875-February 2, 1933; 
Jakob Faber, Yaakov bar Chaim. February 15, 1871 (Waldbreitbach, Westphalia)-March 29, 

1933. 

RQWC: (from far end of cemetery) 

1. Julius Hartmann, December 1, 1883-February 22, 1924. 

2. (New stone) Gustav Hartmann, Yltzchak, August 22, 1855-April27, 1915; 

Rosa Hartmann, born Kaufmann, Reecha bat Moshe, November 19, 1853-August 2, 1932. 

3. No name. 

4. Max Moises, February 13, 1869- Jury 7, 19X0, 

5. Josef Friedsam, father and grandfather, January 11, 1845 (Bodendorf-Sinzlg). [His father 

was Andreas Friedsam and his mother was Rebecca, born Hartmann.] 

6. Therese Friedsam, bornGunther, January 22, 1845-December 11, 1897, 
In front of 6: Henriette Salomon, March 6, 1883- July 20, 1898. 

7. No name. 

8. Max Hirsch, son of Samuel and Caroline Hirsch, May 2, 1878-AprH 12, 1893. 

9. Josef Hirsch, Yosef bar Yehudah. 

10. Frau Wllhme [Wilhelmine] Hirsch, born David, wife of David, March 12, 1823- January 6, 

1891, 

11. Isaac Hirsch, Yltzchak bar Yehudah, March 18, 1816-May8, 1877. 

ROWD: (from far end of cemetery) 

1. Karl Hirsch barNatan, July 7, 1873-March30, 1938. 

2. Gottschalk Wolff, Londorf, Aleikim bar Aaron ha-Levi, March 30, 1863-July 17, 1930. 

3. Amalie Salomon, born Meyer, Chulchen bat GedUah ha-Cohen, June 13, 1852-December 10, 

1925; 
Salomon Salomon, Salomon bar Yehudah ha- Levi, February 13, 1847-September 4, 1927. 

4. Damel Salomon, our brother, June 4, 1892-August 6, 191 1. 

5. Adam Nathan Hirsch, Natan bar Yitzchak, September 28, 1844-March 5, 1910; 
Karoline Hirsch, born Pelzer, June 22, 1847-September 5, 1935. 

(New gravestone) 

6. Moses Friesem, Moshe bar Arieh, March 26, 1851-November 11, 1909; 

Johanna Friesem, born Freiburg, Sheindel bat Moshe, November 14, 1851 -March 7, 1929. 
[The Standesamt says she did not die in Sinzig.] 

7. Ferdinand Kaufman bar June 12, 1876 (Miesenheim)- August 5. 1896. 

8. Julie Hartmann, born Meyer, Yidel bat Moshe, May 6, 1818-September 17, 1895. 

9. Abraham Levi Wolff, from Woltum, Avraham bar Aleikim, March 15, 1824-February 1, 1892. 

10. Bertha Kaurrnann, born Moses, October 24, 1806-May 29, 1894. 

1 1. Jakob Kaufinann, died July 24, 1873. 

A Jewish memorial was erected at the Sinzig Jewish cemetery on Yom Hashoah 1992 due 
to the efforts of Richard Meyer of 20, Gordon Avenue, London SW 14 8DZ, England. Present at 
the unveiling were Mr. and Mrs. Meyer, Dr. Heinz Kahn (President of the Koblenz Jewish 
Commumty) and Inge Kahn of Polch, Sinzig Mayor Robert Hesch and others. Rabbi Udit 
Kaiserlautern of Rheinpfalz officiated. The inscription on the memorial reads: 

HIER STAND DIE SYNAGOGE 
DIE AM 9 NOV 1938 DURCH DIE 

NAZIS ENTWIERT WURDE 

HERGITUMER UND SCHRIFTEN 

VERBRANNTEN 

WIR GEDENKEN DER 

OFFER UND VERFOLGTEN 

DER JUDISCHEN GEMEINDE 

SINZIG 

SCHALOM 

FRIEDE 



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Wierschem (Burg Eltz^ 

Information gathered by Leopold Hoenig and Dr. Heinz Kahn in October, 1 981, by Klaus H. S. 
Schulte in the spring of 1986 and by Gail, Helene and Leopold Hoenig and Dr. Heinz Kahn on July 

13, 1987. 

Location: On the slopes of Burg Eltz. Six gravestones in a clearing to the right of a path leading 
from the left side of the road (in the direction from Munstermaifeld toward 
Wierschem), just before the road makes a sharp right turn, beyond Wierschem. Very 
difficult to find. This old cemetery was located near where most of the area's Jewish 
population lived, working as serfs for the Dukes of Eltz in their medieval castle prior 
to 1790. As the area's Jews were emancipated, they moved off the Burg Eltz castle 
grounds and into the surrounding villages including Munstermaifeld, Polch, 
Mertloch, Gappenach, Naunhelm, Roes and Kollig. Burials in this old cemetery 
ceased when the Jewish cemetery in Mertloch opened in the late 1800s. 



Pjagrem of Cemetery; 



PATH 

SINGLE 

GRAVESTONE 

(others nearby) 




A. 



ROAP 



WOODS 



To WIERSCHEM 



\ 



On July 13, 1987, Herr Ritzenhofen, the manager of Burg Eltz, told us that the Jewish 
tombstones were almost all knocked down and smashed during and after World War II by people 
and falling trees and were covered by the earth. He said he ordered his workmen to put up the 
six remaining gravestones in a place where they would be easily accessible and not knocked 
down again. 

One can see that some of the gravestones had swastikas hacked Into them. Most of the 
gravestones were removed and were probably used as building stones In the area, and thus a 
vast historical record has been lost and a religious shrine has been deliberately desecrated. 

1 . (Translated by Rabbi Nathan Lomner, Josef Frtesem and Orit Friesem Kessei) 
Name unknown, Sara bat Yehudah, from Munstermaifeld, wife. Inscription: 

At the beginning there is a phrase about Yo-ail, Cicero's assassin: Tanach said, More 

than the women of the Tent [i.e. this refers to the Jewish Mothers: Sarah, Rebecca, Leah] 

she is blessed. Sara bat Yehudah. 

(line 3) Niftar (died on the day before) [Passover?] 

(line 4) 5624 [1844] 

(line 5) Munstermaifeld. She was an Eschet Chayil [righteous wife] 

(line 6+) Her hands spread out to the poor and her hand she sent to the destitute. [This 

phrase is from the end of Proverbs in the Bible.] 
(line 9) False is grace and beauty is nothing. [From Proverbs, Chapter 30, refers to King 

Solomon's praising his mother.] 
(line 10) A woman who fears God, she is praised, 
(line 13) (last word) Rabi 
(line 14) year of 



119 



Wiergghem (Burg Eltz) (Continued) 

2. Diena Mayer, wife of Abraham Schmitz, Munstermaifeld. 

(Perhaps she was Hie sister of Helena Mayer, born in Gondorftn 1807, who was the wife of 
Isaack Herz of Munstermajfeld and later Polch. If so, the parents of Helena Mayer were 
Salomon and Karolina Mayer born Oster. 

3. Scheilah bath Yosef [Johanna "Selma" Wolff, wife of Jakob Hirsch of Polch.] She was born 

about 1806 In Naunheim, near Polch and she died in Polch on February 4, 1832, 
according to the recordkeeper. Jakob remarried two years after Johanna's death, and he 
died on June 24, 1882. However, the gravestone says she died during the month of 
Shevat (January or February) 5612 (or 1852). The gravestone must be wrong by twenty 
years or it has been translated incorrectly. On line 5 the name Leib Hirsch appears. Leib 
Hirsch was the name of the earliest Hirsch in this Family Tree, and he lived in Augsburg, 
Bavaria in the mid- 1700s. All the male Hirschs in Polch (and he apparently never came 
to Polch) were called Leib's .... So my late mother's father, Hermann Hirsch of Polch, was 
always known as Leib's Hermann. It is interesting to note that Johanna Hirsch was not 
a born Hirsch, yet Leib Hirsch appears on the tombstone. Johanna Wolff was the 
daughter of Josef Wolff and Maria Anna Samuel. 

4. Sara bath Ascher, wife of Jissachar bar Jacob, from Mertloch. [This is the gravestone of 

Juliana (Ernestine) Friesem, the wife of Bernhard "Beer" Faber. Her father was Andreas 
Friesem from Burgbrohl. She was born there about 1802 and she died in Mertloch on 
September 11, 1847. 

5. Fradel bath R. Eliezar, wife of Yitzchak bar Mordechai, Pillig. [Sabina Marx, born Adler.] 

[She died on the eleventh day of the month of Cheshvan (Saturday, November 4, 1843) 
and she was buried on the thirteenth. Line 6: Tuf, Raish, Daled (604)-She died in 1824. 
She was a mother to all. She was a mother to all those who were depressed. A woman 
who fears God shall be praised. Give her from the fruit of her hands and she shall be 
praised at the Gates (of Heaven) for her deeds. May her soul be bound to the bundle of 
life.] [Fradel's husband was Bernhard Marx. Their daughter, Susanne Herz , born Marx, is 
buried in Gondorf.] 

6. Avigdor bar Shlomo. [Victor Bender, son of Treidel Salomon and Johanna Bender.] 

[Here is hidden (buried) a man who is humble and perfect (without any blemish) and 
(Line 3) he fears God. Avigdor ben Shlomo Rabi (well learned). (Line 4) He led his 
children in the upright path (Line 5) and he died with a good name, on the 23rd day of 
Teveth. He went to his world and he was buried on Wednesday, Tov Raish, Yud, Zayin. 
(January 19, 1857?) 



120 



1958 


18$5 


1925 


198} 2004 


16 


29 


21 






POPULATION FIG UR ES 

NUMBER OF JEWS IN TOWNS AND VILLAGES MENTIONED IN THIS FAMILY TREE 

QttyJML Village 13Q£ 1£22. 
Burgbrohl 

Burgbrohl 9 

Nieder/Oberweller 6 

Cocfwm 
Cochem 42 45 69 114 56 

Pommern 
Klotten 9 

Mayen 
Mayen 
Kottenheim 
Monreal 

St Johann 
St. Johann 
Niedermendlg 
Obermendig 
Thur 

Munstermaifeld 
Munstermaifeld 
PiUig 

Ros [Roes] 
Wierschem 

Gondorf 
Gondorf 7 13 11 2 

Polch 
Ochtendung 24 

Polch 23 22 

Mertloch 

Mertloch 37 

Einig 4 

Naunhelm 3 

Bassenheim 
Bassenhelm 32 

Lehmen 

Hatzenport 

Kalt 

Kolllg [Colllg] 6 5 

Koblenz 
Koblenz 342 256 415 576 709 

Sinzig 
Lohndorf 8 

Sinzig 27 36 69 75 41 

Linz 
Linz 54 114 129 76 

121 



56 


70 


206 


321 


253 






6 




20 


10 


7 






3 


4 












10 




1 












25 




42 


54 


44 






18 




34 


5 









34 




34 


37 


22 






49 


54 


40 


67 


48 








5 




16 


9 


1 








5 
















20 




17 


7 












69 


57 


32 








39 


58 


59 


4 


2 


61 


40 


20 























7 


3 












6 


9 


13 


4 


4 


3 








1 


6 


5 












1932) 




































NUMBER OF JEWS IN TOWNS AND VILLAGES MENTIONED I N THIS FAMILY TREE (Continued) 

Qitumu wia^ isoa im is&a issa m& mi 2201 

Kuchenheim 

Kuchenheim 25 

Flainersheim 22 92 [1900] 621 

Grossbiillesheim 9 

Kirchheim 26 

Nlederkastenholz 3 

Schwelnhelm 23 

Stotzheim 3 

Miinsteretfel 

Arloff 5 

Miinsteretfel 31 

Wehr 

Glees 11 

Nlederzissen 53 

Oberzissen 12 

Wehr 9 



TOTAL POPULATION OF THESE TOWNS 

Most of the non-Jewish population in these towns was Roman Catholic, with a very small 

percentage of Evangelicans in many of these places. 



10 


6 





2 





75 


64 


73 








34 


6 


5 








47 


26 


7 









Burgbrohl 

Cochem 

Mayen 

Kottenheim 

St. Johann 

Niedermendig 

Obermendig 

Thiir 

Munstermaifeld 

Pillig 

Wlerschem 

Gondorf 

Ochtendung 

Polch 

Mertloch 

Naunheim 

Hatzenport 

Kalt 

Kollig 

Sinzlg 

Llnz 

Glees 

Nlederzissen 

Oberzissen 

Wehr 

Koblenz 

Sources: (1808, 1822, 1858, 1895, 1925 figures) Knopp, Werner, StattsUsche MateriaUen zur 
Geschichte derjudischen Bevolkerung, Band 5, DokumentaUon zur Geschtchte derjudtschen 
Bevolkerung in Rhetnland-Pfalz und im Saarland von 1800 bis 1945, 1975, Koblenz, 

Germany, LandesarchlwerwaltungRheinland-Pfalz, pages 26, 27, 136-148. 

( 1980 figures) Verbandsgemeindeverwaltung Maifeld in 544 Polch, 1970-1980, WJahre 
Verbandsgemeinde Maifeld, 1980, Polch, Germany, 108 pages, page 84. 

(1981 figures) Personal observations. 

122 



1822 


1858 


1895 


1925 


1980 




525 


779 


1075 




2104 


2520 


3454 


3688 




3130 


6007 


10688 


14327 






1150 


1935 


2166 






432 


595 


579 






1946 


3102 


3352 






1486 


1907 


2163 






741 


839 


1002 




1473 


1717 


1661 


1420 


2635 




551 


469 


472 


460 




350 


294 


327 


295 




414 


466 


436 






1913 


2400 


2870 


4118 


1556 


2535 


2764 


3228 


3915 




856 


825 


934 


1016 




423 


347 


416 


332 




622 


801 


860 






315 


338 


332 






339 


304 


357 


355 


1425 


1950 


2872 


3532 




2165 


2872 


3355 


5017 






292 


391 


558 






895 


974 


1258 






394 


348 


497 






889 


889 


918 






11657 


22649 


39639 


5832: 



STATISTICAL INFORMATION 

TEACHERS OF LAW IN THE COUNTY OF EUSKIRCHEN AND SURROUNDINGS 
Gesetzeslehrer im Landkreis Euskirchen und in der nZheren Umgebung 

(Abbreviated List) 
Euskfrcften 

Isaac Spier, from Bocholt 1856 

Leopold Sommer, from Kuchenheim, 1894, earned 1350 Marks 

Dr. Salomon Heilberg, from Meudt (Ww), 1897-1909, Beuel, then to the Euskirchen Gymnasium 
Josef Aron, 1910-1914, killed in the First World War 

Flamersheim 

Benedict Arensberg, from GrossbuUesheim, 1807, then to Flerzheim 

Simon Hochster, from Wetzlar, 1807- 11, then to Hellenthal (Eifel) 

MelsterWeil, 1811 

Manes Meyer, 1813 

Moses Lob, from Klein -Nordlingen (Donau), 1817 

Chaim Hirsch, from Ratzky (Poland), 1882-84 

Max Pulvermann, 1887, then went to London 

Herz Kadden, to Euskirchen, 1888, earned 800 Marks, in K61n 

Max Hochster, from Wetzlar, 1889-91, certified by Rabbi Dr. H. Plato 

Abraham Berlinger, from Braunsbach (Wtt), 1892-93 

Max Halberstadt, 1893-97, Schupbach (Lahn), earned 1330 Marks, then in Koln-Braunsfeld 

Max Rosenthal, from Altenstadt (Tiler), 1899-1901, Schwabach-Georgensgemund, certified by 

the Wuzburg Seminary 
Dr. Salomon Heilberg, in Euskirchen, 1901 
Bernhard Rosenbaum, from Lippspringe, Poppelsdorf, 1902-1905, then to Wuppertal-Barmen 

Friesheim 

Andreas Cossman, in Weilerswist, 1914 

Mftnsteretfej 

Josef Anschel, from Bonn, 1843-48, earned 150Taler 

Leopold Sommer, 1849-50, then to Euskirchen 

Michael Daniels, from Drove, 1900-03, died in the concentration camp in 1942 

Moritz Hirsch, from Polch. 1914 

Source: Schulte, Dokumentatfon . . ., pages 247-249. 

PERSONAL RECORDS OF THE JEWS IN FLAMERSHEIM FRO M TOWN RECORDS f JEWISH 

TRIBUTE") 
PersonenstandsfSlle der Juden in Flamersheim nach den Kellnereirechnung en des iudischen 

Amtes Tombero C'Judentribut") 

1668; Susmanns, birth of his son, Jacob 

1668: Wolffs, birth of his son, Jacob 

1699: Mencken Cains, birth of his son, Voos 

1719: Mencken Wolff, marriage of his son 

1729: Michael Mencken, death of a son 

1740: Wolff Menckens, his son married in Zulplch 

1744: Wolff Menckens, marriage of his son 

1767: Michel Mencken, remarried 

1771: Wolff Mencken and Voos Mencken, both died 

1780: Abraham Wolff, birth of a son 

1781: Abraham Wolff, birth of a son 

1784: Michel Mencken, died 

1785: Geisel Voos, died 

Source : Schulte, DokumentaUon . . ., page 252. 

123 



TAX PAYMENTS AND FEES FOR THE SPECIAL SYNAGOGUE COMMUNFTY OF FLAMERSHEIM 
Steueraufkommen und Kultusbeitrtqe der Spezial-Svnagogengemeinde Flamersheim 



Taxes; JahrSt = YearryTax Grund St = Land Tax 
Monev: Talers — Silbergroschen — Pfennigen 



Callman Sommer (Kuchenheim] 
Jakob Sommer Jr. (Kuchenheim) 
Leonhard Sommer (Kuchenheim) 
Michael Sommer (Kuchenheim) 
Zach. Sommer (heirs) (Kuchenheim) 
Mathias Jansen (Stotzheim) 
Jakob Kaufinann (Stotzheim) 
Jakob Appel (Grossbullesheim) 
Simon Arensburg ( Gross biillesheim) 
Nathan Meyer (Grossbullesheim) 
Simon Rolef (Kirchheim) 
Josef Weiss (Kirchheim) 
Adam Josef Wolff (Kirchheim) 
David Wolff (Kirchheim) 
Seligmann Wolff (Kirchheim) 
Josef Cahn (Kirchheim) 
Josef Daniel (Kirchheim) 
Leo Daniel (Flamersheim) 
Gustav Herz (Flamersheim) 
Michael Wendel (widow) (Flamersheim) 
Hirz Wendel (Flamersheim) 
Leopold Daniel (Flamersheim) 
Jakob Wendel (Flamersheim) 
Josef Herz (heirs) (Schweinheim) 
Meyer Herz (heirs) (Schweinheim) 
Salomon Herz (heirs) (Schweinheim) 
Joist Horn (widow) (Schweinheim) 
David Marx Sr. (Schweinheim) 
Isaak Marx (Schweinheim) 
Isaak Oster (Schweinheim) 



Klassen St = Class Tax 



JahrSt 


Grund St 




Klassen St 


1847 


1854 




1870 


„. 3 „. 


— 27 


4 


— 7 — 

— 3 6 


— 11 20 


1 1 


1 


.„ 7 — 


— 19 28 


2 3 


6 


— 10 


2 27 — 


— 25 


1 




1 3 — 
nothing 
— 5 10 

4 25 — 


nothing 
nothing 
nothing 

— 11 


1 




— 5 10 


— 17 


8 




15 

— 3 18 


nothing 

— 13 


5 




nothing 

... 2 — 


-- 6 
— 20 


6 
8 




— 1 15 


... 17 


5 




nothing 
nothing 

— 2 — 

— 22 2 


nothing 

nothing 

nothing 

2 19 


6 


— 8 9 


— 25 8 


3 29 


11 


— 8 9 


— 6 10 


dead 






— 2 — 


— 28 


9 






-- 3 


6 


— 3 6 


nothing 
... 3 ... 


— 10 
2 25 


8 
10 


— 8 9 


nothing 
nothing 
nothing 
nothing 

— 2 — 


2 

— 3 
1 

1 

— 14 


3 
1 
4 
2 
5 


nothing 
nothing 
nothing 

™ 3 6 



FEE? IN MARKS 



Callman Sommer (Kuchenheim) 
Jakob Sommer Jr. (Kuchenheim) 
Eduard Herz (Flamersheim) 
Leopold Herz (Flamersheim) 
Michel Wendel (widow) (Flamersheim) 
Jakob Wendel (Flamersheim) 
Ferdinand Wendel (Flamersheim) 
Julius Clefrman (Flamersheim) 
Leopold Oster (Flamersheim) 
Meyer Oster (Schweinheim) 
Meyer Herz (heirs) (Schweinheim) 
David Marx Jr. (Schweinheim) 
Jakob Weiss (Kirchheim) 
Albert Weiss (Kirchheim) 
Salomon Franken (Grossbullesheim) 

Source: Schulte, Dokumentation . . . , 



1885 
11,37 


dead 


6,87 


12, - 


10, 10 


19, -- 


nothing 
20, 10 


8, - 
dead 


9,89 


12, - 


34, 9 


47, ~ 


14,88 


28, - 


9, 10 


9, -■ 


12,69 


17, - 


23, 8 


16, - 


nothing 
7,76 


5, -. 

11.- 


nothing 
7,53 


7, - 

7,- 


pages 253-254. 





124 



TAX LIST OF THE SYNAGOGUE COMMUNITY IN MUNSTEREIFEL AND THE SPECIAL SYNAGOGUE 

COMMUNITY IN RHEINBACH FROM 1854 (Abbreviated Li<^ 

Die Steuerliste der Svnaaoaenaemeinde Munstereifei und der Soezial-Svnagogengemeinde 

Rheibachvon 1854 

Taxes: St 1 = Grundsteuer (Land Tax) 

St 2 = Klassen und Gewerbesteuer (Class and Trade Tax) 





SLL 




St 2 


MuttStOTtfeJ 








Moses David 


.-_ 




— 2 


Jakob Sommer 


— 23 


7 


— 2 


Rheinbach 








Benedlkt Arensberg (Fleizheim) 


6 21 


9 


10 20 ■ 


Joseph Daniel Sr. (Merzbach) 


— 24 


9 


— 


Michael Metzger (Merzbach) 


— 15 


3 


2 4 


Adam Rolef (Rheinbach) 


— 




1 2 


Joseph Sommer (Merzbach) 


__. 




1 — 



Source: Schulte, DokumentaUon . . ., pages 264-265. 

PROMINENT JEWS OF THE RHEINBACH JEWISH COMMUNITY IN 1848 (Abbreviated Lisrt 
Die Notabeln der Spezial-Svnagogenaemeinde Rheinbach im Jahre 1848 

nerzftejrfl 

Benedlkt Arensberg, born in Grossbullesheim in 1792. 

Ipplendotf-WQrmeredQjrf 

Salamon Schmitz (widow), born in 1768 in Schweinhelm (Perhaps Clara Hebgen (Herz) Schmttz, 

born in Schweinheim in 1 759?} 
Josef Schmitz, born in Bodendorf (Kreis Ahrweiler) in 1788 
Joseph Daniel, born in Gelsdorf (Kreis Ahrweiler) in 1791. [Perhaps born in 1785 in GelsdorJ? See 

Page 806 J 

M^fracfo 

Michael Metzger, born in Merzbach in 1792 

Josef Sommer, born in Kuchenheim in 1820 

Rheinbach 

Lazarus Metzger, born in Merzbach in 1789 

Source: Schulte, DokumentaUon . . „ page 265. 



125 



LEADERS OF THE JEWISH COMMUNITY IN THE CO UNTY OF RHEINBACH 
Die VorstSnde der Svnaaoaengemeinde des K reises Rheinbach 

1869: Albert Weinberg (Rheinbach) 
Servas Berlin (Meckenheim) 
Hermann Herz (Flamersheim) 

1879: Leopold Oster (Flamersheim) 
Samuel Simon (Rheinbach) 
Benjamin Wolff (Munstereifel) 

1883: Josef Weinberg (Rheinbach) 
Jonas Juhl (Meckenheim) 
Leopold Oster (Flamersheim) 

1885: Leopold Arensberg (Rheinbach) 
Servas Berlin (Meckenheim) 
Gottschalk Herz (Munstereifel) 

1888: (Appointed by the Commissioner) 
Albert Weinberg (Rheinbach) 
Servas Berlin (Meckenheim) 
Ferdinand Wendel (Flamersheim) 

1888: (Elected) 

Bernhard Marx (Rheinbach) 
Lazarus Meyer (Meckenheim) 
Isidor Mendel (Meckenheim) 
Eduard Herz (Flamersheim) 
Josef Baer (Arloff) (filled a vacancy) 

1894: Benjamin Sommer (Rheinbach) 
Lazarus Meyer (Meckenheim) 
Isidor David (Munstereifel) 
Michael Daniel (Flamersheim) (filled a vacancy) 

1898: Alexander Geisel (Rheinbach) 
Isidor Mendel (Meckenheim) 
Carl Nathan (Munstereifel) 
Eduard Herz (Flamersheim (filled a vacancy) 

190 1 : Wendel Weber (Ipplendorf) 
Daniel Berlin (Meckenheim) 
Isidor David (Munstereifel) 
Michael Daniel (Flamersheim) 

1903: Eduard Geisel (Rheinbach) 
Daniel Berlin (Meckenheim) 
Louis Clef&nan (Flamersheim) 

1912: Josef David (Rheinbach) 

Isaak Mendel (Meckenheim) 
Carl Nathan (Munstereifel) 
Eduard Herz (Flamersheim) 



Source : Schulte, Dokumentatton . . „ pages 265-266. 



126 



JEWS IN THE LEFT RHINELAND WHO WERE NOT TAXED AFTER 1 808 

Simon Simons (from Moers) and A. Hertz (from Krefeld) went to the Mayor and received a 
statement that the following Jews were tax exempt after 1 808. 

WCHTTBGSlWSRTe JUDEN IN UNKE$WINI$CHEN RH^INLANQ NACH 1 80$ 

Nach 1808 nichtbesteuerte Juden nach den fQr die Oberempfsnger Simon Simons (Moers) 
undA. Hertz (Krefeld) ausgesteliten Burgermeister-bescheinigungen. 

Jonas Baum (Wickerath) 

Andreas Eckstein (Euskirchen) 

Abraham Elkan (Niedermerz) 

Rosa David Goldstein (Krefeld) 

Jacob Gottschalk (Glesch) 

Jacob Gumpertz (Stolberg) 

Josef Heumann (Muntz) 

Michael Hirtz (Tetz) 

Josef Horn (Sinzenich) 

Herz Jacob (Waldniel) 

Josef Jacobs (Alpen) 

Bernhard Jesse (Horstgen) 

David Levi Junger (Deutz — formerly from Geilenkirchen) 

Andreas Kaldenbach (Neurath) 

Isaak Kauftnann (Stommeln) 

Michael Lazarus (Glessen) 

Adolph Lehmann (Stommeln) 

Widow Rachel Leyser (Meurs) 

Simon Marx (Drove-Boich) 

Andreas Meyer (Euskirchen — formerly from Frauenberg) 

Mendel Meyer (Zons) 

Abraham Misch6 (Alpen) 

Moses Rosenzweig (Euskirchen) 

Isaac Salm ( Jiichen) 

Herz Salomon (Zons) 

Josef Salomon (Bniggen/Schwalm) 

Moyses Schonfeld (Frimmersdorf) 

Andreas Wolff (Teveren) 

Source : Schulte, Dokumentatton . . ., pages 266-267. 



127 



JEWISH OWNERS OF HOUSES IN PQLCH ON J ULY 20. 1 81 2 

Courtesy: Klaus H.S. Schulte, June 11, 2001. 

Molses Anschel, Section H, Number 74, Bresch Gass, house with five windows, tax rate 

classification 3, Tax 16 Ffrs (French francs]. House 193m 2 , garden (House Number 75) 
Area 159 m2. 

Herz Schlaum (Salomon Herz), Section H, Number 29, in Kloppel Gass, five windows, tax rate 
classification 4, tax 9 Ffrs, Area 129 m 2 . 

Jacob Kahn, Section H, Number 241, house 221m2, on Peter Osters Gasschen, and garden 
(House Number 240) Area 827 m 2 . [Unknown. He does not appear in the charts.} 

Source : Matrice de R61e des propri^tes baties, recorded by "Justice de Paix, Mairie de Polch, 
Commune de Polch," dated July 20, 1812. 

JEWISH OWNERS OF HOUSES IN POLCH IN 1837 



Courtesy : Klaus H.S. Schulte, June 11, 2001. 



Eigentumer 
ffrpprjetyr) 

Joseph Anschel 
Michael Anschel 
Michael Hiresch 
Jakob Hirsch 
Jakob Hirsch 



Kfltaster House and Hmp Wnipi^ 



13-304 Bresche Gass 171 

13-654 Jungbluts Gasschen 138 

13- 127 Behind Viedel - No Number 

13-341 Klbppel Gass 24 

13-356 Kloppel Gass 25 



Steuerklasse 
(Tax Rate 

3 
3 

1 
3 
3 



Siejsfit 
(Taxatign) 

4Taler 
4Taler 
ITaler 
4Taler 
4Taler 



Source: HLAK Best., 733, Number 673, Vol. 24. 



Klaus H. S. Schulte writes: 

In 1837 Jakob Hirsch had two houses, which evidently were not next to each other. 
Behind parcel (Parzelle) 356 is house 354, which in 1910 belonged to Hermann Hirsch and five 
other owners (Miteigentumer). Source : HLAK Best, 736, Number 1907, Vols. 3-4. 

In 1910 Hermann Herz's house stood on parcel (Parzelle) 342, whicxh is behind parcel 341. 

Please take into account that the purchase of real estate prior to 1847 was extremely 
difficult. Here are five examples: 
Art. 2337 Joseph Anschel purchased arable land. 

1828 1,1829 1, 1833 1, 1834 1, 1837 2 Total 2622.5 m 2 . 
Art. 2273 In 1 83 1 , Michael Anschel possessed a total of 805 m 2 . 

In 1832 he purchased one field, in 1834 two fields, and at the end of the year of 1837 

he possessed a total of 913 m 2 of arable lanbd. His home on the Jungbluts Gasschen 

had a total area of 30.5 m 2 . 
Art. 2980 In 1837 Isaak Anschel possessed one field of arable land (rated in the first class) with 

a total area of 177m 2 "Aus der Muhlenpacht. Location: behind the lowest (unterest) 

Gesprung. 
Art. 3009 In 1837, Bernard [Baer] Hirsch possessed one field of arable land with a total area of 

128 m 2 . Location: Hinter den Wiesen, Tax 2 Reichstaler 25 silver Groschen. 
Art. 3010 In either 1836 or 1837, Michael Hirsch purchased his house, Flur 13 Parcel (Parzelle) 

127, Viedelstrafie 24. It was the smallest area: 2.56 m 2 of free area in front of the 

house, while the house itself had a total living area of only 12.78 m 2 . Consequently, 

the tax was 39 silver Groschen. Please note that 1 Taler amounted to 30 silver 

Groschen. 



128 



JEWISH OWNERS OF HOUSES IN PQLCH SINCE 1 91 

Die iUdischen Hauseiaentumer in Polch sweit dem Jahr 1910 

Courtesy : Klaus H.S. Schulte, May 14, 2001. 

Benjamin Anschel, 1914-Jakob Herz (cattledealer) and Wilhelmine Anschel, Kirch Str. 266, 156 
meters, demolished in 1924. [Plot Location in Land Register: 13-291]. [Class of Taxation: 

vm]. 

Friedrich Wilhelm Anschel and Auguste Oppenheimer, 1922- Isidor Frenkel and Mathilde 

Anschel Frenkel, St. Georgen Str. 13, 855 meters, purchased by the widow of Heinrich 
Roth in 1939 and in 1956 by Ketter. [Plot Location in Land Register: 13-443]. [Class of 
Taxation: VII]. 

Moritz Anschel (horsedealer), 1932-Heinrich Anschel (merchant in Frankfurt/Main-Hochst, 

Bahnhof Str. 27, 709 meters, purchased in 1936 by administration worker Karl Terun. 
[Plot Location in Land Register: 4-559]. [Class of Taxation: XV]. 

Moses Anschel, Kirch Str. 11, 358 meters, purchased in 1933 by Bankverein AG in Mayen, and 
in 1935 by the teacher Hans Becker. [Plot Location in Land Register: 13-304]. [Class of 
Taxation: XV]. 

Samuel Anschel and Gerta Schulmann, 191 1-Theodor Anschel (horsedealer), Oster Gasse 3, 
448 meters, purchased in 1939 by tradesman Nikolaus Kramer. [Plot Location in Land 
Register: 13-577]. [Class of Taxation: VII]. 

Ferdinand Faber (merchant) and Fina Kallman, Marktplatz 1 1-13-15, 357 meters, purchased in 

1938 by the druggist Schroder of Mayen, and in 1942 by Schroder's son-in-law, Reth, a 
merchant. [Plot Location in Land Register: 13-635]. [Class of Taxation: XX]. 

Jakob Faber (tradesman), 1930-Ferdinand Faber (merchant), 1932-Otto Gunther's wife, Frieda 
Faber, 1939- Johanna Faber, Viedel Str. 7, 415 meters, purchased in 1943 by the farmer 
Johann Loch, demolished in 1955. [Plot Location in Land Register: 13-274]. [Class of 
Taxation: VIII]. 

Leopold Haimann and Karoline Herz, Vormai Str. 9, 142 meters, plus a 89 meter garden, sold to 
Anton Zimmermann in 1931 and to the shoemaker Josef Zimmermann in 1932. [Plot 
Locations in Land Register: 13-363, 13-368, garden: 13-369]. [Class of Taxation: V]. 

Hermann Herz and the widow of Jakob Herz, born Wuilhelmine Anschel, K16ppel Str. 20, 164 
meters and a 169 meter garden, confiscated in 1943 by the Deutsches Reich 
Reichsfinanzverwaltung, purchased in 1954 by Paul Sesterhenn, automobile dealer. 
[Plot Locations in Land Register: 13-342, garden: 13-98]. [Class of Taxation: VHI]. 

Salomon Herz and Regina Mayer, Vormai Str. 6, 88 meters, plus a 251 meter garden, confiscated 
in 1942 by the Deutsches Reich Reichsfinanzverwaltung, purchased in 1954 by the 
baker E. Justen. [Plot Locations in Land Register: 13-400, garden: 13-699]. [Class of 
Taxation: VI]. 

Hermann Hirsch, Kloppel Str. 6, 273 meters plus a 193 meter Hofraum [courtyard], purchased in 

1939 by the saddlemaker Johann Glzem. [Plot Locations in Land Register: 13-356, 13- 
355/1, Hofraum [courtyard]: 13-354)]. [Class of Taxation: X]. [Actually owned by Gustav 
Hirsch, Hermann's brother.] 

Hermann Hirsch and Henriette Friesem [deceased], Pastoren Str. 7, 437 meters, purchased in 
1935 by railway worker Georg Leske in Dingden, Kreis Wesel, rebuilt in 1938. [Plot 
Location in Land Register: 13-522]. [Class of Taxation: VIII]. 

Klara and Adelheid Hirsch (since 191 1), Oster Gasse 7, 104 meters, purchased by telegraph 

worker Anton Ollig in 1940. [Plot Location in Land Register: 13-580]. [Class of Taxation: 

V]. 

Leopold Hirsch, Viedel Str. 24, 255 meters, purchased in 1930 by the blacksmith Johann 
Bongartz. [Plot Location in Land Register: 13-124]. [Class of Taxation: VIII], 

129 



Salomon Kahn and Regina Anschel, Lassport Str. 25, 293 meters, purchased In 1926 by the 
tradesman Adam Grober. [Plot Location In Land Register: 13-5 10]. [Class of Taxation: 

xni. 

Simon Levy (merchant) and Blondine Haas, 1916-Richard Levy (merchant), Lassport Str. 2-4, 
764 meters, purchased in 1936 by Josef Roser and in 1950 by Josef Schlicht. [Plot 
Location in Land Register: 13-636]. [Class of Taxation: XVTII]. 

Synagogue, Oster Gasse 1 1, 277 meters, belonged to the Jewish community in 1941 -Civil 

Community Polch, transferred to the Koblenz Jewish community in 1952 and to the 
Civil Community of Polch in 1954. Now a town museum. [Plot Location in Land 
Register: 13-582], [Class of Taxation: no taxation]. 

Mrs. Jakob Wolf (widow, born Caroline Levy), 1932- Julius Wolffs wife, Bella Weinberg, Viedel 
Str. 13, 588 meters, purchased in 1938 by Peter Ganser, rebuilt, purchased in 1949 by 
the miller Johann Ganser. [Plot Location in Land Register: 13-268]. [Class of Taxation: 

xmi. 

Source: Hauptlandesarchiv Koblenz, Zweigarchiv Kobern-Gondorf, Unterberg, Best. 736, Nr. 
1907, Vol. 3-4. 



SYNAGOGUES IN THE MAYEN REGION 

lm Kws Mayen gab gg fo/ggncfe SynagQgen 

Main Source : Aujden Spuren derJuden in Mayen und Umgebung, 1987, Page 18. 

Courtesy : Caroline Herz Newhouse 

Andernach (built in 1932-33) 

Mayen (built in 1855) 

Mertloch (sold in 1928-30 and rebuilt into a private house. This the only synagogue in the 

Region not burned during Kristallnacht) 
Munstermaifeld (built in 1887) 
Niedermendig (built in 1884-85) 
Polch (built in 1887) 
Safflg 
Thur (built in 1884-85) 



130 



LISTS OF NAME CHANGES IN IfiOR 

and 
THE FRENCH REVOLUTIONARY CAI FNDAR 

LISTS OF NAMF CH ANGES IN 1 XOR 

BURGBRQHL 

LIST OF THE OLD AND NEW NAMES OF JEWS IN BURGBROHL IN COMPLIANCE WITH THF 
EMPEROR'S DECREE OF JULY 20. 1 808. dated October 1 5, 1 808-Burgbrohl. 

PATE/PLACE OF ptRTH REMARKS 

Wife 
6 Nivoise XII - Burgbrohl Daughter 

(December 26, 1803) 
6 Nivoise XII - Burgbrohl Son 

(December 26, 1803) 
August 5, 1 797-Burgbrohl Daughter 

April 10, 1795-Burgbrohl Son 

Niederweiier 
Niederweiler 

Niederweiier Daughter 

October 24, 1 797-Niederweiler Son of 7 
1 4 Frumaire IX-Niederweiler Daughter of 7 

(April 4, 1800) 



No. OLD NAME 

1 . Andre Moises 

2. Joedgen Heymann 

3. Gjellgen 


NEW NAME 
Andr6 Friesem 
Gudule Friesem 
Ernestine Friesem 


4. 


Gjesher 


Marc Friesem 


5. 

6. 

7. 

8. 

9. 

10. 

11. 


Claire 

Moises 

Heymann, Jacob Levi 

Freudgen Nathan 

Hendel Aaron 

Falk 

Schoenchen 


Claire Friesem 
Alexandre Friesem 
Jacques Kaufmann 
Claire Mayer 
Anne Mayer 
Rodolphe Kaufmann 
Julie Kaufmann 



CQCHEM 

LIST OF THE OLD AND NEW NAMES OF JFWS IN CQCHEM IN COMPLIANCE WITH THE EMPEROR'S 

DECREE OF J ULY 20. 1 808. dated December! 2, 1 808-Cochem. 

Liste der alten und der neuen A/amen der Israelite n in der Maine Cochem im Ausfuhrung des 

kaiserlichen Dekrets vom 20. J uli 1808. -~ 12 Dezember 1808. Cochem. 



No. OLD NAME 


NEW NAME 


REMARKS 


1. WolfHirsch 


Wolfgang Hirsch 


Father 


2. Roesgen Barman 


Rosa Kahn 


Mother 


3. Sare 


Sara Hirsch 


Daughter 


4. Moises 


Moses Hirsch 


Son 


* 5. Barmann 


Bernhard Hirsch 


Son 


6. Herz Isaac 


Isaac Haas 


Father 


7. Sara Isaac 


Sara Haas 


Mother 


8. Freidgen Isaac 


Francoise Kaufmann 


Widow 


9. Isaac Koppel 


Isaac Hein 


Single 


1 0. Isaac Aaron 


Isaac Arenz 


Father 


1 1 . Michaele Isaac 


Isabelie Kaufman 


Mother 


1 2. Ester 


Esther Arenz 


Daughter 


13. Sara 


Sara Arenz 


Daughter 


1 4. Reisette 


Veronique Arenz 


Daughter 



131 



COCHEM (Continued) 



No. OLD NAME 


NEW NAME 


REMARKS 


1 5. Isaac Binnes 


Michel Hayn 


Father 


1 6. Geilgen Levy 


Caroline Hayn 


Mother 


17. Afron 


Pascal Hayn 


Son 


1 8. Estergen 


Apolonie Hayn 


Daughter 


19. Mayer 


Aron Hayn 


Son 


20, Michelen 


Dorothe Hayn 


Daughter 


21.Hewe 


Rosine Hayn 


Daughter 


22. Abraham Binnes 


Abraham Hayn 


Father 


23. Beilen Seligman 


Barbe Hayn 


Mother 


24. Joseph 


Joseph Hayn 


Son 


25. Binnes Abraham 


Bernard Hayn 


Son 


26. Ester 


Esther Hayn 


Daughter 


27. Edel 


Elisabeth Hayn 


Daughter 


28. Ruben Isaac 


Jaques Robert 


Father 


29. Isaac Ruben 


Michel Robert 


Single 


* 30. Heie Nathan 


Helene Robert 


Mother 


* 3 1 . Hanna Ruben 


Jeanne Robert 


Unmarried 


* 32. Joseph Jacques Lambert 


Lambert Joseph Jacques 


Father 


* 33. Gidel Kaufmann 


Sara Kaufmann 


Mother 


* 34. Keile Koppel 


Cathrine Hein 


Unmarried 


* 35. Leib Koppel 


Jacques Hein 


Unmarried 


* 36. Breilen Joseph 


Sibille Leiberz 


Widow 


NOTES: Isaac Binnes (renamed Michel Havnl f # 


L51 and Abr; 



Hayn) [# 22} were the brothers of Sara Binnes (1757-1840), who was the wife of 
Salomon Herz of Polch. 

* = Names appear only on website http://www.a-h-b.de/AHB/Cochem,htm 

Source for Cochem list only fall other lists obtained at Koblenz Archives]: 

Knopp, Werner, StaUstische Matertalien zur Geschichte derjudischen Bevolkerung, Band 
5, Dokumentatlon zur Gesctchte derjudischen Bevolkerung in Rheinland-Pfalz und tm 
Saarland von 1800 bis 1945, 1975, Koblenz, Germany, Landesarchiwerwaltung 
Rheinland-Pfalz, page 29. 

QQNDQRF 

LIST OF THE OLD AND NEW NAMES OF JEWS IN GQNDQRF IN COMPLIANCE WITH THE EMPEROR'S 
DECREE OF JULY 20. 1 808. dated October 22, 1 808-Gondorf (Canton of Munstermaifeld). 

N& OLD NAME 

1 . Mayer Salomon 

2. Maria 



3. Kenal Anshell 

4. Sara Mayer 

5. Rachael Mayer 

6. Anne Mayer 

7. Loeb Moyses 



NEW NAME 


DATE/PLACE OF BIRTH 


REMARKS 


Salomon Mayer 


Lives in Gondorf 




[Maria] Mayer 


1 7-years-old— Gondorf 


Daughter of 




Salomon Mayer 


and his [first] 




wife Othilie 




Caroline Mayer 


Lives in Gondorf 

of 1 
3 Thermidor Xl-Gondorf 


[Second] Wife 


Sara Mayer 


Daughter 




(July 21, 1803) 




Rachael Mayer 


1 3 Brumaire Xll-Gondorf 
(November 3, 1804) 


Daughter 


Anne Mayer 


September 1,1806-Gondorf 


Daughter 


Moyses Loevenh a rz 


5-years-old, born in Gulbern 
near Maastricht [the Nether- 
lands], son of Salomon Mayer's 
younger brother 


Pupil of 1 



132 



MERTLOCH and NAUNHEIM 



LIST OF THE OLD AND NEW NAMES OF JEWS INI MERTLOCH AND NAUNHEIM IN COMPLIANCE WITH 

THE EMPEROR'S DECREE OF JULY 20. 1 808. d ated October 1 3, 1 808 (names 1-17), October 

1 4, 1 808 (names 1 8-38) 7 and October 24, 1 808 (names 39 and 40) -Mertloch, Canton of 

Polch. 



Ml QIPNAME NEW NAME 

1 . Binnes [Marx-crossed out]Marc Wolf 



DATE/PLACE OF BIRTH 
Lives in Mertloch 



[This has be be Binnes, Daniel Wolff, who it was believed, died before 1800] 



2. 

3. 



Joseph Binnes 
Roese 



4. 
5. 
6. 
7. 



8. 

9. 

10. 

11. 

12. 

13. 

14. 

15. 

16. 

17. 

18. 

19. 

20. 

21. 

22. 

23. 

24. 

25. 

26. 

27. 

28. 

29. 

30. 

31. 

32. 

33. 

34. 

35. 

36. 



Recihel Salomon 
Jacob Binnes 
Mendel Jacob 
Sprinz Mendel 



Minckel Salomon 

Judge Joseph 

Ester 

Joseph 

Maidgen 

Sara 

Abraham Binnes 

Beule 

Sarra 

Sprinz Samuel 

Jacob Salomon 

Judgen 

Hann6 

Isaac 

Beer 

Marx 

Calmann 

Lehmann Binnes 

Claire Haymann 

Scheule 

Daniel 

Estre 

Marx 

Beulgen 

Jacob 

Fromet Daniel 

Mandel David 

Duebel David 

David Salomon 



Joseph Wolf 
Rosalie Wolf 



Sare Wolf 
Jacob Wolf 
Jacob Wolf 
Sarre Wolf 



Jacob Minckel 
Josephine Minckel 
Jeannette Minckel 
Joseph Minckel 
Claire Minckel 
Sarre Minckel 
Abraham Wolf 
Jeannette Wolf 
Sarre Wolf 
Marie Wolf 
Jacques Faber 
Sare Faber 
Jeannette Faber 
Joseph Faber 
Bernhard Faber 
Marc Faber 
Mathieu Faber 
Simon Wolff 
Claire Faber 
Jeannette Wolff 
Daniel Wolff 
Marie Wolff 
Marc Wolff 
Seebille Wolff 
Jacques Wolff 
Clare Wolff 
Manuel Krechel 
Joseph Krechel 
Mathieu Krechel 



Lives in Naunheim 
November 11, 1803-Pillig 
Lives in Naunheim 



Lives in Mertloch 
Lives in Mertloch 
March 29, 1 808-Mertloch 
Lives in Mertloch 



Lives in Mertloch 
Lives in Mertloch 
December 9, 1 794-Mertloch 
September 3, 1796-Mertloch 
September 1 8, 1 799-Mertloch 
September 4, 1 806-Mertloch 
Lives in Mertloch 
September 29, 1 806-Naunheim 
September 8, 1808-Naunheim 
Lives in Naunheim 
Lives in Mertloch 
July 12, 1789-Mertloch 
November 14 t 1792-Mertloch 
November 14, 1792-Mertloch 
July 31, 1 794-Mertloch 
January 19, 1800-Mertloch 
September 17,1804-Mertloch 
Lives in Mertloch 
Lives in Mertloch 
February 8, 1 799-Mertloch 
June 7, 1800-Mertloch 
November 21,1802-Mertloch 
November 4, 1 804-Mertloch 
September 29,1 806-Mertloch 
July 8, 1 808-Mertloch 
Lives in Mertloch 
Lives in Mertloch 
March 1, 1 803-Mertloch 
1 6 Germinal Un Cruze-Mertloch 
(April 6, 1 805) 



REMARKS 

Binnes Hermann 

(signature) - 

Lehmen 

approves 

[Marx-crossed 

out] 

Daughter of 
Binnes 
[Joseph- 
crossed out, 
Wolf approves] 



Son 

Wife 

(signed, Jacob 

Wolf pour la 

femme) 



Daughter 
Son 

Daughter 
Daughter 

Daughter of 2 
Daughter of 2 



Daughter 

Daughter 

Son 

Son 

Son 

Son 

[Wife] 

Daughter 

Son 

Daughter 

Daughter 

Daughter 

Son 



Son 
Son 



133 



MERTLOCH and NAUNHEIM (Continued) 



NaQLPNAM^ 

37. Hendel Salomon 

38. Judgen Salomon 

39. Salomon Jacob 

40. Daniel Jacob 



NEW NAME 
Sarre Krechel 
Sare Minckel 
Ferdinand Faber 
Daniel Faber 



PATE/PIACE OF PIRTH 
Lives in Mertloch 
Lives in Mertloch 
Lives in Mertloch 
Lives in Mertloch 



REMARKS 
Wife of 34 



MUNSTERMAIFELD. PILL1G. ROES and WIERSCHEM 

U?T QF THE Qtf ANP NEW NAMES QF J^W? IN MJjN$TERMAIF5LP, P1WQ, RQES ANP 

WIERSCHEM IN COMPLIANCE WITH THE EMPEROR'S DECREE OF JULY 20. 1808. dated October 

12, 1808 (numbers 1-49), October 13, 1808 (numbers 50-69) and October 17, 1808 

(numbers 70- 73 )-MOnstermaifeld. 



No. OLD NAME 


NEW NAME 


1. 


Benjamin Salomon 


Simon Bender 


2. 


Beilin 


Sibille Bender 


3. 


Reisgen 


Rosine Bender 


4. 


Scheingen 


Jeannette Bender 


5. 


Susgen 


Susanne Bender 


6. 


Mayer 


Joseph Bender 


7. 


Keilgen 


Claire Bender 


8. 


Martier Lazarus 


Mathieu Marx 


9. 


Muthen 


Madelaine Marx 


10. 


Caiman 


Nicolas Marx 


11. 


Sus 


Marc Marx 


12. 


Isaac 


Bernard Marx 


13. 


Michel Nathan 


Michel Kahn 


14 




Marie Kahn 


15. 


Nathan 


Simon Kahn 


16. 


Herz Levis 


Pierre Levis 


17. 


Goutde 


Claire Levis 


18. 


Sara 


Marie Levis 


19. 


Esther 


Louise Levis 


20. 


Samuel Salomon 


Samuel Oster 


21. 


Sara 


Claire Oster 


22. 


Susanne 


Susanne Oster 


23. 


Abraham Joseph 


Abraham Heilbran 


24. 


Moises Haiman 


Michel Haimann 


25. 


Zerie 


Charlotte Haimann 


26. 


Isaac Haimann 


Joseph Haimann 


27. 


Samson Salomon 


Samson Oster 


28. 


Zerle 


Charlotte Oster 


29. 




Jacques Oster 


30. 




Denise Oster 



DATE/PLACE OF BIRTH REMARKS 

Lives in MOnstermaifeld 
Lives in MOnstermaifeld Wife of 1 

October 17, 1 797-Munstmaifeld Daughter 
June 25, 1 799-Munstermaifeld Daughter 
4 Prairtal IX-MOnstermaifeld Daughter 

(May 24, 1801) 
20 Brumaire XH- MOnstermaifeld Son 

(November 12,1803) 
February 3, 1 806-Mmfld. Daughter 

Lives in Wierschem 

Lives in Wierschem Wife of 8 

Lives in Wierschem Adult Son 

September 16, 1788-Wierschem Son 
November 20, 1 790-Wierschem Son 
Lives in Wierschem 

Lives in Wierschem Wife of 1 3 

January 2, 1808-Wierschem Son 
Lives in Pillig 

Lives in Pillig Wife of 1 6 

1 1 Prairial XII- Pillig Daughter 

(May 31, 1804) 
June 21, 1806-Pillig Daughter 

(listed in charts as June 23, 1806) 
Lives in Wierschem 

Lives in Wierschem Wife of 20 

26 Thermidor X - Wierschem Daughter 

(July 23, 1802) 
Lives in Miinstermaifeld 
Lives in MOnstermaifeld 
Lives in MOnstermaifeld Wife of 24 

Lives in MOnstermaifeld 
Lives in MOnstermaifeld 
Lives in MOnstermaifeld Wife of 27 

1 2 Messidor XI-MOnstermaifeld Son 

(July 1 , 1 803) 
1 5 Brumaire XI V-Munstermaif eld Daughter 

(November 6, 1805) 



134 



MUNSTERMAIFELD. PILLLIG. ROES and WIERSCHEM (Continued) 



No. OLD NAME 
31. Isaac Samuel 



32. Daub 

33. Samuel, Isaac 

34. Scheingen 



35. Diwel 

36. Wolff Geissel 

37. Rachael 

38. Fraitgen 

39. Edel 

40. Sprinzge 

41. Blumgen 

42. Roesgen 

43. Jacques Geissel 

44. Relle 

45. Edel 

Gendel 

46. Yussel 

47. Ester 

48. Leb 

49 

50. Jacques Hirsch 

51. Boule 

52. Isaac Salomon 

53. Killen 

54. 



55. Samuel Salomon 

56. Scheingen 

57. Salomon 

58. Rifka 

59. Bender 

60. Victor 

61 . Blumbgen Treidel 

62. Jacob Bender 

63. Moises 

64. Susgen 

65. Victor Salomon 

66. Blumgen Salomon 

67. Hannechen Lazarus 

68. Rachael 

69. Haimann Moises 



NEW NAME 
Isaac Diwald 



Rosine Diwald 
Mathias Diwald 
Jeannette Diwald 



Joseph Diwald 



Mathias Wolff 
Rachael Wolff 
Claire Wolff 
Leonore Wolff 
Jeannette Wolff 
Sebille Wolff 
Rosette Wolff 

Jacques Wolff 
Rachael Wolff 
Adelaide Wolff 

(August 30, 1799) 
Gertrude Wolff 

Joseph Wolff 

Jeannette Wolff 

Leon Wolff 
Hermann Wolff 
Jacques Hirsch 
Jeannette Hirsch 
Isac Oster 
Gertrude Oster 
Joseph Oster 

Samuel Kaufmann 
Caroline Kaufmann 
Joseph Kaufmann 
Nannette Kaufmann 
Benoit Kaufmann 
Victor Kaufmann 
Jeanne Bender 
Jacques Bender 
Adam Bender 
Rosine Bender 
Victor Bender 
Adelaide Bender 
Jeannette Marx 
Claire Marx 

Hermann Haimann 



DATE/PLACE OF BIRTH 
Lives in Wierschem 

Diewald ) 
Lives in Wierschem 
Lives in Wierschem 
April 1 0, 1 794-Wierschem 



November 7, 1 790-Wierschem 

Diewalt) 
Lives in Munstermaifeld 
Lives in Munstermaifeld 
April 8, 1 796-Munstermaifeld 
June 1, 1 798-Munstermaifeld 
March 5, 1 800-Munstermaifeid 
September 4, 1 802-MUnstmfld. 
22 Pluvoise Xll-Munstermaifeid 

(February 11,1805) 
Lives in Munstermaifeld 
Lives in Munstermaifeld 
1 3 Fructidor Vli-Munstermaifeld 



REMARKS 
(Document 
signed by Isaac 

Wife of 31 
Son of 31? 
(Signed 
by Isaac 
Diewalt) 
Daughter of 31 
Son (Document 
signed by Isaac 



Wife of 36 

Daughter 

Daughter 

Daughter 

Daughter 

Daughter 

Son of 36? 
Wife of 43 
Twin Daughter 



13 Fructidor Vll-Munstermaifeld Twin Daughter 

(August 30, 1799) 
5 Prairial IX-Munstermaifeld Son of 43 

(May 25, 1801) 
1 2 Nivoise Xll-Munstermaifeid Daughter of 43 

(January 3, 1804) 
March 20, 1806-Munstermaifeld Son of 43 
October 5, 1 808-Munstermaifeld Son of 43 
Lives in Wierschem 
Lives in Wierschem 
Lives in Munstermaifeld 
Lives in Munstermaifeld 
3 Germinal 1 1 -Munstermaifeld 

(March 24, 1803) 
Lives in Munstermaifeld 
Lives in Munstermaifeld 
September 1 4, 1 800-Mmfld. 
August 14, 1 802-Munstermaifeld Daughter 
January 12, 1805-Munstermfld. Son 
November 4, 1806-Munstermfld. Son 
Lives in Munstermaifeld 
Lives in Munstermaifeld 
June 10, 1791-Mmfld. 
November 30, 1 794-Mmfld. 
Lives in Munstermaifeld 
Lives in Munstermaifeld 
Lives in Munstermaifeld 
January 14, 1793-Roes 
Lives in Munstermaifeld 
Lives in Munstermaifeld 



Wife of 50 

Wife of 52 
Son of 52 



Wife of 55 
Son 



[Husband] 
Son of 61 
Daughter of 61 



Daughter of 67 



135 



MUNSTERMA1FELP. PILLUQ. RQES and WIERSCHEM (Continued) 



No, ttPNAME 


NEW NAME 


DATE/PLACE OF BIRTH 


REMARKS 


70. Samuel Simon 


Mathias Kraemer 


Lives in Roes 




71. Sara 


Marie Kraemer 


Lives in Roes 


Wife of 70 


72. Moises 


Michel Kraemer 


September 21,1 794-Roes 


Son 


73. Salomon Daub 


Claire Oster 


Lives in Munstermaifeld 





POLCH and OCHTENDUNG 



LIST OF THE OLD AND NEW NAMES OF JEWS IN POLCH AND OCHTENDUNG IN COMPLIANCE WITH 


THE EMPEROR'S DECREE OF JULY 20, 1509, dated October 12, 1808 (numbers 1-31) , 


October 1 3, 1 808 (number 32) , October 1 7, 


1808 (numbers 33-34) , 


, October 1 8, 1 808 


(numbers 35-46) and October 19, 1808 (numbers 47-55) 


-Polch. 


Ml OLD NAME/RELATIONSHIP 


NEW NAME 


RESIDENCE 


PATE/PLACE OF BIRTH 






1 . Salomon 


Jacques Lehmen 


Polch 


2. Salomon (son) 


Michel Lehmen 


Polch 


1 Frimer Vlll-Polch 






(November 22, 1799) 






3. Freidgen (daughter) 


Claire Lehmen 


Polch 


March 22, 1806-Polch 






4. Moyses (son) 


Joseph Lehmen 


Polch 


February 16, 1808-Polch 






5. Hirsch 


Michel Hirsch 


Polch 


6. Leib (son) 


Jacques Hirsch 


Polch 


December 12,1 800-Polch 






7. Schein6 (daughter) 


Lisette Hirsch 


Polch 


August 2, 1802-Collig 






8. Salme (son) 


Joseph Hirsch 


Polch 


March 18, 1805-Collig 






9. Behrbebe (son) 


Abraham Hirsch 


Polch 


May 20, 1 808-Polch 






10. Woif Pascal 


Pascal Wolff 


Ochtendung 


(this document signed by Oster Wolff) 






1 1 . Veilgen (daughter) 


Lisette Wolff 


Ochtendung 


August 28, 1 789-Ochtendung 






12 


Abraham Wolff 


Ochtendung 


13. Marx David 


David Marks 


Ochtendung 


1 4. Minkel (son) 


Michel Marks 


Ochtendung 


March 9, 1 800-Ochtendung 






1 5. David (son) 


Abraham Marks 


Ochtendung 


April 16,1802-Ochtendung 






1 6. Veilgen (daughter) 


Claire Marks 


Ochtendung 


May 26,1797-Ochtendung 






17. Susmann Moyses 


Moyses Susmann 


Ochtendung 


1 8. Hanne (daughter?) 


Anne Susmann 


Ochtendung 


June 20,1808-Ochtendung 






19. Mayer Moyses 


Pascal Susmann 


Ochtendung 


20. Juedgen (daughter) 


Judithe Susmann 


Ochtendung 


26 Messidor Xll-Ochtendung 






(July 15, 1804) 






21. Manschel (son) 


Moyses Susmann 


Ochtendung 


January 12, 1 806-Ochtendung 







136 



POLCH AND OCHTENDUNG (Continued) 



L& OLD NAME 


NEW NAME 


RESIDENCE 


DATE/PLACE OF BIRTH 






22. Anschel Moyses 


Moyses Anschel 


Polch 


23. Bayer16 (daughter) 


Lisette Anschel 


Polch 


May 13, 1790-Polch 






24. Samuel (son) 


Samuel Anschel 


Polch 


November 20,1793-Polch 






25. Judgen (daughter) 


Judithe Anschel 


Polch 


August 26, 1794-Polch 






26. Mauseher (son) 


Joseph Anschel 


Polch 


March 2, 1795-Polch 






27. Beule (daughter) 


Claire Anschel 


Polch 


1 5 Vendemaire Vll-Polch 






(October 6, 1 798) 






28. Isaac (son) 


Isaac Anschel 


Polch 


19 Prairial Xl-Polch 






(June 8, 1803) 






29. Breunle (daughter) 


Rachel Anschel 


Polch 


10 Floreal Xlll-Polch 






(April 30, 1 805) 






30. Fromet (daughter) 


Esthere Anschel 


Polch 


June 4, 1808-Polch 






3 1 . Machol Anschel 


Michel Anschel 


Polch 


32. Adelaide Hirsch 


Adelaide Hirsch 


Polch 


33. Hele Anschel (wife of 22) 


Helene Anschel 


Polch 


34. Bendat Hertz 


Benedict Hertz 


Polch 


35. Hirz Moyses 


Abraham Susmann 


Ochtendung 


36. Rafel David 


Raphael Marks 


Ochtendung 


37. Benedct Oster 


Benjamin Wolff 


Ochtendung 


38. Mondjer David 


Jacques Marks 


Ochtendung 


(document signed by Jacob Marks) 






39. Aaron Moyses 


Aaron Susmann 


[Ochtendung] 


(signed in Hebrew) 






40. ReisgenWolf 


Rose Wolff 


Ochtendung 


41. Susgen Wolff 


Sara Wolff 


Ochtendung 


42. Hervel Wolff 


Jaunette Wolff 


Ochtendung 


43. Hanne Meyer [She is not listed in the charts] 


Jeunnette Meyer 


Ochtendung 


44. Jaeyet David 


Sara Susmann 


Ochtendung 


45. Fraidgen Cahn 


Sara Kahn 


Ochtendung 


46. Auseher Wolff 


Jacques Wolff 


Ochtendung 


47. Hirz Salomon 


Salomon Hirtz 


Polch 


48. Abraham (son) 


Abraham Hirtz 


Polch 


May 20, 1789-Polch 






49. Freidel (son) 


Joseph Hirtz 


Polch 


November 4, 1791-Polch 






50. Isaac (son) 


Isaac Hirtz 


Polch 


April 9, 1794-Polch 






51. Jacques (son) 


Jacques Hirtz 


Polch 


March 11, 1796-Polch 






52. Schlaum (son) 


Simon Hirtz 


Polch 


July 15, 1798-Polch 






53. Esthere (daughter) 


Esthere Hirtz 


Polch 


December 13,1799-Polch 






54. Reus (daughter) 


Rosalie Hirtz 


Polch 


July 24, 1801-Polch 






55. Michele Hirtz 


Sara Hirtz 


Polch 



137 



TM FRENCH KEVQIUTIQNAEY CALENDAR 

In October, 1 793, as part of the French Revolution, there was a sweeping 
reform of the calendar. The first day of the French Revolution, September 22, 
1792, was designated as the first day of Year I. Roman numerals were used for 
the years, and the traditional mythological names of the months were abandoned. 

Since the Niederrhein region of Germany was occupied by the French at 
this time, the French Revolutionary calendar and French names were used in 
the area, even though it was German. French laws were followed and French — 
often written incorrectly — was used on all official documents. 

The new months were: 

Fall: Vendemaire (Grape Harvest) [September 22 -October] 
Brumaire (Misty) [October- November] 
Frimaire (Frosty) [November-December] 
Winter: Nivoise (Snowy) [December-January] 
Pluvoise (Rainy) [January-February] 
Ventose (Windy) [February- March] 
Spring: Germinal (Seed) [March-April] 
Flor6al (Flowering) [April-May] 
Prairial (Meadow) [May- June] 
Summer: Messidor (Wheat Harvest) [June -July] 
Thermidor (Heat) [July-August] 
Fructidor (Ripening) [August-September] 

Each month had thirty days, divided into three weeks of ten days. Every 
tenth day was set aside for rest and for the celebration of one of the virtues so 
cherished by Maximilien Robespierre, the greatest leader of the Mountain (the 
left wing) faction of the Revolution. Among these virtues were Hatred of 
Tyrants and Traitors, Heroism, Frugality, Stoicism and Maternal Tenderness. 
The five days left over at the end of the year -—six days in the Leap Years [III, 
VII and XI] became special holidays dedicated to Genius, Labor, Noble Actions, 
Awards and Opinion. The sixth extra day in the Leap Year was called Franciade. 

The new calendar antagonized working people who disliked working nine 
out of every ten days, instead of six out of seven. The new calendar never really 
took root and Napoleon abandoned it about 14 years later, and Nivdise XIV 
[December 31, 1805] was the last day on which the French used this calendar. 

The French Revolutionary calendar years and their regular years were: 

I September 22 , 1 792-September 21,1 793 

II September 22, 1793 -September 21, 1794 

III September 22 , 1 794-September 21,1 795 [Leap Year] 

IV September 22, 1795-September21, 1796 

V September 22, 1796-September 21, 1797 

VI September 22 , 1 797-September 21,1 798 

VII September 22, 1798-September 21, 1799 [Leap Year] 

VIII September 22 , 1 799-September 21,1 800 

IX September 22 , 1 800-September 21, 1 80 1 

X September 22, 1801 -September 21, 1802 

XI September 22, 1802 -September 21, 1803 [Leap Year] 

XII September 22 , 1 803-September 21,1 804 

XIII September 22, 1804-September 21, 1805 

XIV September 22, 1805-December 31, 1805 

138 



DEPORTATION LISTS (ABBREVIATED^ 

The following Rhineland Jews were deported by the Nazis in 1942 to the concentration camps 

from the towns or cities listed. This is an abbreviated list, containing only those towns connected to 

this family tree and, tn those towns listed, only some of ihe people deported. Few, if any, of these 

people survived. Some dates differ slighUufrom the ones in the charts. There are other errors, many of 

which are nqfed fri ^jackets and italics. 



Place from wfter;e pepprtefl 

DROVE f Abbreviated List) 
Alexander Daniel 

Klara Daniel, born 

Jakob Daniel 

Mathilde Daniel, born 

ptftjpn-gTAPT (Abbreviated List) 
Abraham Daniel 
Rosa Daniel, born 



pat-e of tot:ft 



Jury 29, 1876 
April 5, 1883 
April 13, 1874 
October 1, 1887 



FlflCQ qt %U%h 



Drove 
Sinzenich 
Drove 
Dusseldorf 



ELSDORF f Abbreviated List) 
Salomon Simon 
Rosa Simon, born Herz 
Erich Simon 
Hertha Simon 

EVSiqRQHEN {Abbreviated y^) 

Edmund Bfflig 

Ernst Cleffinan 

Michael Daniel [not in the charts] 

Ida Damel, born Scheyer 

Fanny Horn, born Herz 

Karl Horn 

Hanna Horn, born Meyer 

Simon Israel 

Eva Israel, born Heilberg 

Julius Kahn 

Emma Kahn, born Haas 

Erich Kahn 

Therese Maier, born Mannheimer 

Martha Mannheimer 

Clementine Meyer, born Mayer 

Dr. Hugo Oster 

Sophie Oster, born Mannheimer 

Irene Oster 

Theo Rolef 

Irma Rolef, born Meyer 

FLAMERSHEIM f Abbreviated List) 

Leo Arensberg 

Sibilla Arensberg, born Levy 

Henriette Arensberg, bom Daniel 

Use Arensberg 

Frederike Daniel 

Emil Herz 

Emma Herz, born Salomon 

Dr. Moritz Herz 

Irma Herz, born Mannheimer 

Gerda Herz 

Ruth Herz 

Karl Herz 



March 6, 


1871 


Berrendorf 
Flamersheim 


September 17, 1903 


Elsdorf 


April 23, 


1912 


Elsdorf 


1884 




Euskirchen 


1905 




Duisburg 


1882 




Drove 


1880 




Gemund (Eifel) 


1861 




Schweinheim 


1892 




Kbln 


1896 




Euskirchen 


1864 




Alfter 


1868 




Meudt (Ww) 


1875 




Euskirchen 


1880 




Pilllg (near Polch) 


1913 




Euskirchen 


1890 




Aub (Main) 


1902 




Aub (Main) 


1869 




Cochem (Mosel) 


1878 




Flamersheim 
Aub (Main) 


1923 




Euskirchen 


1897 




Euskirchen 


1903 




Blens/Nideggen 


January 


7, 1898 


Flamersheim 


1890 


Kirchhelm 


1891 


Kirchheim 


April 17, 


1883 


Flamersheim 


1883 




Opladen 


February 


' 3, 1882 


Flamersheim 


1891 




Aub (Main) 


1912 




Flamersheim 


1920 




Flamersheim 


January 


21, 1879 


Flamersheim 



139 



DEP ORTATION USTS (ABBREVIAT ED ) 

Place From Where Deported Date of Birth Place of Birth 



FLAMERSHEIM - Continued [Abbreviated List) 



Pauline Herz 

Sophie Herz 

Rosalie Herz 

Tsidor Oster 

Sophie Oster, born Abraham 

Elise Weiss 

Frieda Weiss, born Joseph 

Wolfgang Weiss 

Dina Weiss, born Aron 

Weiss (daughter) 

GODESBERG (Abbreviated List) 
Ernst Daniel (unmarried) 
Henriette Oster, born Meyer (widow) 
Karoline Oster (unmarried) 
Julie Oster (unmarried) 
Theodor Oster 
Martha Oster, born Daniel 

MRCHHEIM (Abbreviated List) 
Jacob Daniel 
Henriette Daniel 
Charlotte Daniel [Liseiotte] 



September 19, 1881 

April 17, 1883 

August 28, 1872 

1868 

1873 

1899 

1892 

1864 



May 3, 1901 
December 23, 1859 
August 2, 1881 
September 15, 1888 
September 23, 1882 
January 14, 1892 



January 19, 1893 
August 12, 1890 
July 3, 1930 



KOBLENZ - deported March 22. 1942 (Abbreviated List) 



Lotte Daniel 

Bruno Daniel 

Ella Daniel 

Johanna Daniel 

Julius Daniel 

Otto Daniel 

Flora Daniel 

Juliana Daniel 

Mathilde Dublon 

Bernhard Faber 

Bertel Faber 

Josef Faber 

Manfred Faber 

Meta Faber 

Karl Friesem 

Jeanette Friesem 

Liseiotte Friesem 

Hermann Friesem 

Alfred Haimann 

Elise Haimann [Elizabeth} 

Ernst Haimann 

Isidor Haimann 

Klara Haimann 

Max Haimann 

Rosa Haimann 

Josef Herz 

Paula Herz 

Manfred Herz 

Rolf Herz 

Frieda Herz 

Gottschalk Herz 



August 2, 1923 
July 27, 1891 
June 6, 1898 
August 10, 1893 
January 8, 1888 
May 1, 1894 
July 9, 1904 
July 2, 1930 
July 10, 1898 
February 15, 1885 
June 13, 1924 
February 13, 1883 
March 1, 1927 
June 20, 1888 
May 26, 1884 
April 29, 1884 
March 22, 1930 
February 22, 1916 
August 19, 1893 
September 10, 1894 
November 15, 1925 
April 29, 1890 
June 10, 1893 
March 1, 1888 
June 20, 1898 
June 1, 1898 
October 23, 1900 
December 20, 1935 
March 3, 1938 
September 22, 1891 
September 28, 1882 



Flamersheim 

Flamersheim 

Schweinheim 

Schweinheim 

Bruttig (Mosel) 

Kirchheim 

Flamersheim 

Kirchheim 

Flamersheim 



Niedermenden 

Godesberg 

Godesberg 

Godesberg 

Godesberg 

Brutscheid 



Kirchheim 
Kirchheim 
Kirchheim 



Koblenz 

Koblenz 

Boppard 

Rheinbrohl 

Vallendar 

Koblenz 

Niederingelheim 

Koblenz 

Wittlich 

Mertloch 

Koblenz 

Mertloch 

Koblenz 

Oberfell 

Burgbrohl 

Neuenahr 

Neuenahr 

Neuenahr 

Kirchberg 

Bruttig 

Koblenz 

Bassenheim 

Bassenheim 

Simmern 

Bassenheim 

Polch 

Altenhausen 

Koblenz 

Koblenz 

Vallendar 

Vallendar 



140 



PEPQRTA TI QN LISTS (ABBR E VIATE D ) 

Hace FrQM Where peppr,^ P5t3 Qf P^th VlWV Qt ElFtfr 



Martha Herz 
Franziska Herz 
Moritz Herz 
Siegfried Kohn 
Selma Kohn 

KREUZAU (Abbreviated) 
Hermann Daniel 



4epqrte^ Mercfr 23, 1943 tAbfrrevfofrp; M?t) 

August 21, 1913 Vallendar 

March 27, 1890 Engers 

October 25, 1887 Sayn 

January 4, 1876 Bonenburg 

June 16, 1888 Sinzig 



MECKENHEIM (Abbreviated) 


February 13, 1879 
February 13, 1890 
June 24, 1922 
January 14, 1926 

March 27, 1878 
June 17, 1879 

March 29, 1906 

1899 

April 17, 1938 

1903 
1888 
1898 
1886 




Jakob Arensberg 

Paula Arensberg, born Fuldauer 

Lieselotte Arensberg 

Rolf Arensberg 

MUNSTEREIFEL (Abbreviated! 
Markus David 
Sibilla David 


Meckenheim 
Dinslkaken 
Meckenheim 
Meckenheim 

Miinstereifel 


BJMNMCfl (Abbreviated) 

Josef Oster 

Else Oster, born Wagner 

Julie Oster 

Alexander Oster [infant) 

9J)NffimC|i (Abbreviated) 
Erna Kaufinann, born Oster 
Julius Scheuer 
Leni Scheuer, bom Daniel 
Jakob Scheuer 


Ersdorf 
Berlin 
Rheinbach 
Rheinbach 

Flamershelm 
Sinzenich 
Flamershelm 
Sinzenich 



Erna Scheuer, born Marx 

Sources for all the above deportation lfets except Koblenz; 

Schulte, Klaus H.S., Dokumentatton zur Geschlchte der Juden am Itnken 
Niederrhein seit dem 17. Jahrhundert, 1972, Diisseldorf, West Germany, L. 
Schwann, pages 328-341. 
For Koblenz: 

Denig, Wilhelm and Huttenbach, Henry E, with Bucher, Edltha and Heyen, 
Franz -Josef, Dokwnente des Gedenkens, Band 7, Dokumentatton zur Geschlchte 
derjiidiscen Bevolkenmg in Rheinland-Pfalz und im Saarland von 1800 bis 1945, 
Koblenz, West Germany, Landesarchiwerwaltung Rheinland-Pfalz, pages 265- 
271, 1974. 



141 



DEPORTATION AND DEATH LISTS (BY PLACES OF RESIDENCES 



Helena Franken,born Gottschalk 

Clara Kahn 

Lina Lambert, born Loewenberg 

Simon Lambert 

Isidor Loeb 

Clara Mayer, born Mayer 

Rosa Mayer, born Levy 

Rosetta Mayer, born Levy 

Bernhard Michel 

Elvira Michel, born Josef 

Siegbert Portje 
Werner R. Weinberg 



ANDERNACH 

pate of Bjrt^ 
October 23,1861 
November 12,1895 
July 3,1882 
October 4,1878 
May 9,1894 
May 5,1881 
October 5,1868 
September 27,1868 
January 15,1866 

May 22,1869 

January 25,1923 
March 5,1932 



Remarks 

Declared Dead/Sobibor 

Declared Dead/Auschwitz 

Mis s ing /Poland 

Missing/Poland 

Declared Dead /Unknown 

Missing/Unknown 

Missing/Theresienstadt 

Mis sing /Unknown 

August 11,1942/ 

Theresienstadt 

January 26,1943/ 

Theresienstadt 

Missing/Cosel 

Missing /Auschwitz 



Name 

Joseph Berger 

Mozes Friesem 

Setta Sara Friesem, born Lambert 

Moritz Friesem 



Name 
Abraham Levy 



Name 

Erna Alexander, born Herz 

Markus Herz 

Max Herz 

Adele Marx, born Kahn 

Siegmund Marx 



Name 

Rosalie Falkenburg,born Bender 

Bernhard Oster 

Bert a Oster 

Paula Oster, born Gottlieb 



Name 

Josef Kempenich 



BURGBROHL 

Pate 9t BArfrh 
October 1, 1908 
August 29, 1871 
October 24, 1880 
March 24, 1878 

QAPPENACH 

Date of Birth 



GONDORF 

Date of Birth 

July 30,1902 

September 25,1874 

1875 

August 4,1892 

November 8,1888 

HATZENPORT 

Date of B^rth 
July 30,1902 
November 3,1871 

August 31,1881 



Remaps 

Missing/Auschwitz 
Declared Dead/Sobibor 
Declared Dead/Sobibor 
June 12, 1942/Litzmannstadt 



Remarks 

Mis sing /Unknown 



Remarks 

Declared Dead /Auschwitz 

Declared Dead/Sobibor 

Missing/Unknown 

Missing/Auschwitz 

Missing/Auschwitz 



Remarks 

Declared Dead/Sobibor 

Missing/Minsk 

Missing/Unknown 

Mis sing /Minsk 



KEMPENICH 

pa^e Qt Birth Remarks 

September 10,1883 Declared Dead/Minsk 



KOTTENHEIM 

Name pai^e of pjrfrq. 

Benjamin Gottschalk February 9,1876 

Berta Gottschalk, born Isselbacher July 8,1881 
Gustav Gottschalk August 21,1875 

Hedwig Gottschalk, born Kaufmann July 14,1882 



Remarks 

Deported March 22, 1942 

Mis sing /Deported 

Missing/Deported 

Missing/Deported 



Hilde Gottschalk 



February 27,1926 Taken April 30, 1942/Missing 



142 



DEPORTATION AND DEATH LISTS (BY PLACES OF RESIDENCES 



Name 

Klara Gottschalk,born 

Kurt Gottschalk 

Markus Gottschalk 

Roni Gottschalk 

wilhelm Kahn 

Johanna Kaufmann,born 

Fritz Levy 

Meta Levy 



Gottschalk 



Jenni Kahn 
Julie Salomon 
Pauline woltschonok 



Name 

Erna Berger,born B'dr 

Heinz Alexander Berger 

Hermann Berger 

Miriam Beate Berger 

Rosa Berger 

Rudolf Bonem 

Minna Bonem, born Rosenthal 

Hilde Cohn 

Martha Cohn, born Zelenka 

Johanna Cossmann,born Schild 

Kurt Alfred J. Cossmann 

Emma Eggener, born Oppenheimer 

Hermann Eggener 

Max Eggener 

Babette Gartner, born Blum 

Bertha Gartner 

David Gartner 

Johanna Gartner, born Mayer 

Moritz GSrtner 

Gustav Gabriel 

Sodonie Gabriel, born Neuberger 

Herta Gerson,born Gottschalk 

Juliane Goldschmidt,born Bender 

Ottilie Golds chmidt 

Sally Goldschmidt 

Fanny Gottschalk, born Schwab 



mrmwmw (continued) 

Date of Birth 
May 6,1913 
October 12,1937 
August 10,1907 
December 24,1933 
November 19, 1879 
Gottschalk April 29, 1874 



KRUFT 

pate Qt Birth 
August 5,1888 



December 23,1859 



Remarks 

Taken April 30, 19 42 /Missing 

Taken April 30, 194 2 /Missing 

Taken April 30, 1942 /Missing 

Taken April 3 0,1 94 2 /Missing 

Deported March 22,1942 

Deported March 22,1942 

Missing 

Missing 



Remarfts 

Deported to Izbica 

March 22,1942 

Died September 17,1942 

in There sienstadt 



September 19,1874 Declared Dead/Sobibor 



MAYEN 

Date of Birth 
December 3,1896 
January 17,1933 
April 4,1888 
January 3,1937 
September 28,1893 
February 11,1922 
June 24,1896 

July 3,1922 
February 10,1894 

June 12,1884 
March 12,1912 
October 24,1885 

November 19,1868 

January 10,1873 
October 9,1879 
February 17,1877 

December 6,1885 

January 2,1892 

November 22,1881 

October 30,1911 

March 18,1884 
December 24,1920 
August 27,1885 
October 16,1881 



Remarks 

Declared Dead May 8,1945 
Declared Dead May 8,1945 
Declared Dead May 8,1945 
Declared Dead May 8,1945 
Declared Dead May 8,1945 
Declared Dead May 8,1945 
Delared Dead, Isbica 
May 8,1945 
Declared Dead 
Declared Dead 
December 31,1945 
Declared Dead May 8,1945 
Declared Dead May 8,1945 
Delared Dead 
December 31,1945, Minsk 
Declared Dead 
December 31,1945, Minsk 
Missing/Minsk 
Declared Dead May 8,1945 
Declared Dead 
December 31,1945 
Declared Dead 
December 31,1945 
Declared Dead 
December 31,1945 
Declared Dead May 8,1945 
Deported March 1942 
Deported March 1942 
Declared Dead May 8,1945 
Auschwitz 

Declared Dead/Sobibor 
Declared Dead/Sobibor 
Declared Dead/Sobibor 
Declared Dead/izbica 



143 



DEPORTATION AND DEATH LISTS (BY PLACES OF RESIDENCES 



Name 

Emma Haimann, born Siegler 

Ruth Haimann 

Walter Salomon Haimann 



MAYEN (Continued) 
Date of Birth 
February 25,1893 
February 15,1924 
August 31,1930 



Dor (formerly Max) Israeli (formerly Petrokowsky) 



Elli Julich 

Johanna Jiilich,born Berger 

Otto Julich 

Albert Levi 

Kurt Levy 

Caroline Liechtenstein, 

born Kaufmann 
Lore Lichtenstein 



June 6,1927 
January 23,1891 
August 6,1892 
January 26,1919 
Decemnber 12,190 
November 11,1864 

April 20,1925 



Mathilde Lichtenstein, born Herz March 4,1892 



Wilhelm Lichtenstein 

Max Israel Maijer 

Adele Mayer 

David Mayer 

Juliane Minkel,born Faber 

Moritz Minkel 

Irma Ratheim,born Gottschalk 

Isabelle Rosenthal 

Minna Rosenthal , born Loeb 

Sally Schafer 

Mathilde Schafer, born Freilich 

Goldine Schloss,born Katz 

Grete Karoline Schloss 

Alexander Schmitz 

Hedwig Schmitz, born Bahr 

Adolf Schoemann 
Hilde Schrein 

Isaak Schrein 

Alfred Treidel 

Arthur Treidel 

Bella Treidel, born Oppenheimer 

Berthold Treidel 



April 20,1891 
March 2,1873 
November 24,1887 
January 2,1885 



December 12,1907 
October 5,1898/ 
Mayen 

December 1,1856 
July 25, 1874 
November 21,1901 
January 14,1867 
October 28,1902 
September 8,1870 
February 9,1892 

June 24,1872 
March 30,1911 

February 18,1878 

September 13,188 

February 11,1887 

October 29,1896 

January 26,1883 



(Death Certificate: Standesamt, Qranienburg , 
Dorothea Treidel, bom Kronenberger June 20,1882 



Erna Treidel, born Hecht 
Flora Treidel, born Kaufmann 



January 2,1892 
June 2,1896 



Remarks 

Declared Dead May 8,1945 

Declared Dead May 8,1945 

Declared Dead May 8,1945 

born October 10, 1898 

Declared Dead May 8,1945 

Declared Dead May 8,1945 

Declared Dead May 8,1945 

Died January 1,1945 
8 Declared Dead/Sobibor 

Declared Dead 

December 31,1945/Minsk 

Declared Dead 

December 31,1945 

Declared Dead 

December 31,1945 

Deported April 1942 

Declared Dead/Sobibor 

Deported March 22,1942 

Deported March 22,1942 

Deported April 1942 

Deported April 1942 

Missing/Auschwitz 

Deported June 15,1942/ 

Isbica 

Declared Dead/Sobibor 

Declared Dead/Auschwitz 

Missing/Auschwitz 

Deported April 1942 /Minsk 

Deported April 1942 /Riga 

August 23,1940 

Declared Dead 

December 31,1945 

June 23,1945 

Declared Dead 

December 31,1945 

Declared Dead 

December 31,1945 
3 Declared Dead May 8,1945/ 

The East 

Declared Dead May 8,1945/ 

Maidanek/Lublin , Poland 

Declared Dead May 8,1945/ 

Maidanek/Lublin , Poland 

December 17,1938/ 

Sachsenhausen by 

Oranienburg 
Germany - Number 472/1938) 

Declared Dead May 8,1945/ 

The East 

Deported February 28,1942/ 

Auschwitz 

Declared Dead/ 

Litzmannstadt/Lodz 



144 



DEPORTATION AND DEATH LISTS (BY PLACES OF RESIDENCES 



Name 

Frieda Treidel, born Rosenthal 

Hugo Treidel 

Isaac Treidel 



January 24,1887 

Josef ine Treidel, born Kaufmann June 2,1896 

[This must be Flora Kaufinann Treidel] 
Klara Frieda Treidel, born Heymann July 17,1883 



MAYEN (Continued) 

Pflte of Birth Remaps 

January 15,1887 Declared Dead May 8,1945 

April 12,1885 Declared Dead 

December 31,1945 
May 1,1866/Mayen January 17,1943/ 

Theres ieros tadt 
(Death Certificate: Standesamt, Arolsen, Abt.I, Number 935/1982) 
Josef Treidel January 24,1887 Deported February 28,1942/ 

Auschwitz 
Declared Dead 
December 31,1945 
Declared Dead 
December 31,1945 
Declared Dead May 8,1945/ 
The East 

Declared Dead May 8,1945/ 
The East 

Deported July 27,1942/ 
Theresienstadt 
Declared Dead May 8,1945/ 
The East 
October 28,1860/ February 27,1943/ 
Holzappel Theresienstadt 
(Death Certificate: Standesamt, Arolsen, Abt,i, Wuinber 1412/1974) 
Ruth Rosie Treidel October 30,1930 Declared Dead May 8,1945 

wilhelm Treidel July 7,1891 Declared Dead 

December 31,1945/ 
Litzmannstadt/Lodz 
Eduard Zelenka October 20,1860/ February 27,1943/ 

Unter Rapotitz Theresienstadt 
(Death Certificate: Standesamt, Arolsen, Abt*i, Number 461/1983) 



Lob Treidel 

Mathilde Treidel, born Herz 

Max Treidel 

Otto Treidel 

Rebeka Treidel, born Rosenthal 



March 26,1880 
August 26,1891 
June 19,1874 
April 3,1920 



Name 

Bernhard Faber 

Jacob Faber 
Josef Faber 



Date of Birth Remarks 

February 15,1885 Deported March 22,1942/ 

Izbica 
May 5,1893 Mis sing /Auschwitz 
February 13,1883 Deported March 22,1942/ 

Izbica 



Daniel Wolff [Unknown-not in charts] 



Mis s ing /Unknown 



Erich Lehmann 



paj;e of Bj,rt]h 
July 25,1901 



Remarfrs 

December 30,1941/Drancy 



145 



DEPORTATION AND DEATH LISTS (BY PLACES OF RESIDENCES 



MUNST^RJflAJFELD 

[Unlike the listings for the other towns, this list for Munstermaifeld includes not only those who were 

deported and murdered by the Nazis, but also many of those who left before the Holocaust or who died 

there in the years preceding the outbreak of World War II. It apparenty was comptledfrom official 

records as well as from Munstermaifeld residents. The list below is a combination of three different 

lists that appear in the book by the Eifeler Landschoftsmusem Genovevaburg Mayeru Aufden Spuren 

der Juden in Mauen und Umgebuna. 1 



Name 
Adolf 



Bender 



Charlotte Bender, born Korig 

Daniel Bender [Unhnown-not in charts] 
Dionys Bender 
Edith Bender 

Emma Bender 

Hedwig Bender 

Heinrich Bender 

Johanna Bender, born Bender 

Leopold Bender 

Regina Bender, born Hirsch 

Theo Bender 

Mrs. Theo Bender 

Karolina Dewald 

Egon Diewald 



Emmy Diewald 



Erna Diewald 



Ernst Diewald 



Ferdinand Diewald 



Fritz Diewald 



Hilde Diewald 



Josef Diewald 
Moritz Diewald 
Oskar Diewald 



Date of Birth 
April 2,1889 

October 2,1886 



December 5,1899 
April 2,1926 

September 24,1870 
May 15,1898 
October 11,1886 
August 28,1876 

June 1,1857 



August 24,1852 
Munstermaifeld 



Munstermaifeld 



Munstermaifeld 



July 13,1903 



Miinstermaifeld 



September 6,1898 



March 5,1920 



March 23,1897 
July 16,1881 
May 11,1906 



Regina Diewald, born Thai 

Regina (Fritz) Diewald, born Moses April 2,1882 



Remarks 

Missing/Unknown/ 

Deported in 1942 

Mis s ing /Unknown / 

Deported in 1942 

Missing/Unknown 

Missing/The East 

Missing/Unknown/ 

Deported in 1942 

Died January 19,1942 

Moved away December 3,1938 

Missing 

Missing/Minsk/ 

Deported in 1942 

Died May 31,1935 

Moved away December 3,1938 

Moved away 

Died November 24,1934 
Son of Moritz Diewald. 
Mentally and physically 
retarded. Died in 1938. 
Married in Oberlahnstein. 
She and her husband 
perished. 

Married and went to 
Wiesbaden. Her husband 
perished in the 
concentration camp. 
Married in wittlich, both 
he and his wife pwerished 
in the concentration camp. 
The Diewald family lived in 
Munstermaifeld since 1784 
at Pilligertor Strafie 10. 
Moved to Lahnstein in 1929 
Hidden in Holland. Resides 
in Hilversum, Holland. 
Still in Munstermaifeld 
on July 22,1941; Probably 
deported afterwards 
Died May 11, 1941 /Dachau 
February 13, 1941 /Dachau 
To Cincinnati, OH via 
Holland, after Nazis put 
him in a forced labor 
concentration camp in 1939. 
Died in 19 13 /Miinstermaifeld 
Died March 12,1937 



146 



DEPORTATION AND DEATH LISTS fBY PLACES OF RESIDENCES 



M<JN3TCRMAIF^p (Continued) 



Name 

Selma Diewald, born Wartensleben 

Setta Diewald,born Hartmann 



Siegfried Diewald 



Date of Birth 
April 7,1890 

March 17,1864 



August 5,1876 



Levi Eggener 

Elsa Eggener, born Bender 

Helga Eggener 

Gerda Hessel,born Marx 



October 11,1907 
May 25,1903 
July 12,1935 
April 26,1903 



RemarKs 

Missing/Auschwitz/ 
Deported July 27,1942 
August 6,1942/ 
Theresienstadt/ 
Deported on July 27,1942; 
widow of Samuel Diewald 
Missing/Unknown/ 
Deported in 1942 



Moved away December 3,1938 
Moved away December 18,1938 
Mis s ing/ Unknown / Deported 
with her husband in 1942 
Missing/unknown/Deported 
with his wife in 1942 
Declared Dead/Auschwitz/ 
Missing/The East 
Moved away December 18,1938 
Moved away December 18,1938 
Moved away December 18,1938 
Moved to USA c.1937. 
Husband of Frieda Marx. 
Died June 8,1942/ 
Ravensbruck 

Deported March 22,1942/ 
Izbica/Missing 
Missing/Unknown/ 
Deported July 27,1942 
August 3,1942/ 
Theresienstadt 
Missing/unknown/ 
Deported July 27,1942 
(Her birthdate is also listed as January 7, 1891 but the family indicates her 

actual birthdate was July 22,1891) 



Robert Hessel 

Johanna Hirsch 

Anni Kahn 

Frieda Kahn, born Marx 

Horst Kahn 

Leo Kahn 

Alex Kaufmann 

Bernhard Kaufmann 

Berta Kaufmann, born Kaufmann 



November 30,1905 

June 15,1878 

October 27,1926 
September 15,1894 
March 23,1927 



April 18,1887 



July 
July 
July 



29,1889 



15,1883 



16,1853 



Berta Kaufmann 

[Seems to be a duplicate of previous person] 
Berta Kaufmann, born Wolf January 7,1901 



Berta Kaufmann 

David Rudolf Kaufmann 

Else Kaufmann 

[Else is actually Gerda or Gertrud] 

Erna Kaufmann 

Flora Kaufmann 
Frieda Kaufmann 

[Frieda is actually Flora] 



March 9,1891 
May 26,1851 
Miinstermaifeld 



December 28,1919 

December 1,1889 
Miinstermaifeld 



Hermann Kaufmann 
Use Kaufmann 



Isidor Kaufmann 



Johanna Kaufmann 



February 28,1900 
May 15,1915 



Miinstermaifeld 



July 14,1898 



Moved away February 27,1939 

Died April 10,1934 

David Rudolf Kaufmann' s 

youngest child. Grew up 

with relatives in Frankfurt 

Went to Argentina on 

September 16,1939 

Moved away March 20,1939 

Sister of Leoni Kaufmann. 

Married Mr. Treidel in 

Mayen. 

Moved away April 1,1939 

Moved away in 1935. Died 

December 8,1981 in 

Argentina 

David Rudolf Kaufmann's 

oldest child. Killed in 

World War I 

Moved away February 27,1939 



147 



DEPORTATION AND DEA TH LISTS (BY PLACES OF RESIDENCES 



Name 

Leoni Kaufmann 



Lilli Kaufmann 

Nora Kaufmann 

Samuel Kaufmann 

Selma Kaufmann, bom Treidel 

Siegfried Kaufmann 



3VE6N8TORMAIFELD (Continued) 

pate qj fijirtfr Remark 

October 1,1901 Married Leo Wolf from 

Mertloch before 1937 
November 13, 1936 Moved away March 1,1936 



June 22,1918 
August 28,1882 
February 3,1882 

October 5,1934 



Siegmund Kaufmann 

wilhelm Kaufmann 

Helene Kirchbaum,born Oster 



October 26,1891 



Went to England in 1933 
Died September 10,1941 
Missing/The East/ 
Deported July 27,1942 
Mis s ing /unknown 
According to the filed 
registration card, he moved 
here not before November 6, 
1941. Precise whereabouts 
and duration of residence 
could not be determined 
accurately 
March 4,1943/ 
Maidanek/Lublin , Poland 
Moved away before 1937 
Missing 
whereabouts nknown 



March 24,1874 
Mathilde Lowen stein, born Kaufmann July 5,1885 
Amalia Marx, born Sternberg September 11,1869 Missing/Minsk 

(Her birthdate also appears as September 21, 1868 on another list) 



Ernst Marx 

Ester Marx 

Frieda Marx 

Gerda Marx (Hessel) 

Josef Marx [ "Suse-Meiers" ] 
Julia Marx, born Weinberger 

Julius Marx 



Karl Marx I 

Klara Marx, born Marum 
Max Marx 



Meier Marx ["Suse"] 

[Actually Simon Marx. His son, Josefs Hebrew 
name was Meier J 



August 10,1905 



September 15,1894 
March 26,1903 

November 18,1863 
July 21,1899 

August 20,1904 



February 22,1862 

June 18,1865 
November 2,1894 

Munstermaifeld 



Moritz Marx 
Mrs. Moritz Marx 
Richard Marx 



Rosa Marx 
Simon Marx 



[Klara Marx] 



August 1,1900 



November 13,1909 



Munstermaifeld 
Munstermaifeld 



Moved away around 1937. 

Lived in Paris after 1945 

Moved away in September, 

1938 to Detroit, mi us a 

Wife of Leo Kahn 

Deported with her mother in 

1942 

Moved away December 18,1938 

Moved away in September, 

1938 to Detroit, MI USA 
Mis sing /Auschwitz 

went to Belgium March 24, 

1939 and later deported 
Moved to Detroit, MI USA in 
1938 

Moved away in 1938 
Moved away in September, 
1938 to Detroit, MI USA 
Josef Marx's father. Died 
in Munstermaifeld over the 
age of 90. The family was 
nicknamed " Suse-Meiers . " 
Moved away in October 1938 
Moved away in October 1938 
Moved away in 1937 
Living in Schiltigheim near 
Strasbourg, France in 1987 
Moved away 

Oldest child and only son 
of Josef Marx. Died around 
1925 after being kicked by 
a horse. 



148 



DEPORTATION ANP DEATH LISTS (BY PIACES QF RESID E N CE) 



mm. 

Thekla Marx 
Walter Marx 

Oster [Father] 

Herta Oster 

Leopold Oster 

Selma Oster 

Flora Treidel,bom Kaufmann 

Janchen Wolf 

Janchen Wolff 

Ottilie Wolff , born Marx 



Name 

Simon Eggener 

Eva Marxova 

Margot Reiter 

Name 

Moses Eggener 

Gertruda Freimark, born Mij 

Josef Jacobson 

Karoline Jacobson, born Baum 

Juliane Loewenstein , bornMay 

Berta May 

Klara May, born Jacobssohn 
Bertha Meyer, born Geissmar 
Martin Mayer 
Simon Mayer 



MtmSTBRMAlFELD (Continued) 

pai;e ofi Sj.rtft Remarks 

Miinstermaifeld 

March 9,1913 



Miinstermaifeld 

Miinstermaifeld 

Miinstermaifeld 

April 13, 1884 
June 2,1896 
January 22,1856 
February 22,1936 
May 4,1892 



■fl,?. CK E.HJE..C H 
Date of Birth 
December 19,1872 

July 29,1867 

April 14,1931 

NIEPERMENDIG 

Pate o$ Bjrtft 
June 18, 1873 
[May] February 16,1902 
September 17,1876 
August 4,1885 
November 10,1869 
May 11,1887 

May 16,1871 
September 8,1889 
November 29,1877 
April 10,1866 



Name 

Erna Faber,born Friedberg 

Selma Gutmann [Rosetta Gutmann?] 

Frieda Heimann 

Ida Sues smann, born Froehling 

Jakob Sues smann 

Anschel Wolff 



Name 
Emma Kahn 



Name 

Max Haimann 



OCHTENDUNG 

Date o^ fijnn 
June 26,1900 
October 18,1879 
June 11,1881 
October 29,1898 
September 7,1889 



PILLIG 

Date of Birth 
1880 

Pats <?t Birth 

August 16,1872 



Moved away 

Moved away around 1936 and 

lives in Frankfurt /Main 

Missing/Unknown/Converted 

to Catholicism 

Mis s ing/Unknown/Converted 

to Catholicism 

Missing/Unknown/Converted 

to Catholicism 

Missing/The East 

Missing/The East 

Missing/Unknown 

Deported July 27,1942 

Killed in Auschwitz with 

her husband 



Remark? 

August 24,1942/ 

Theresienstadt 

Declared Dead/ 

Theresienstadst 

Declared Dead/Poland 



Remarks 

Missing/Minsk 

Declared Dead /Auschwitz 

Missing/Poland 

Missing/Poland 

Missing/Minsk 

Deported March 22,1942/ 

Unknown 

Declared Dead/Sobibor 

Declared Dead /Auschwitz 

Declared Dead/Sobibor 

Missing/Auschwitz 

Remarks 

Missing/Theresienstadt 
Declared Dead/Auschwitz 
Declared Dead/Auschwitz 
Mis sing /Auschwitz 
March 23, 194 5 /Dachau 
Mis s ing /Unknown 

Remarks 

Mis s ing /Unknown 



Remarfts 

Declared Dead/Sobibor 



149 



DEPORTATION AND DEATH LISTS (BY PLACES OF RESIDENCES 



Name 

Isidor Anschel 
Moises Anschel 
Moritz Anschel 
Johanna Faber 

Max Haas 

Rosa Haas, born Levy 

Franziska Herz 
Josef Herz 
Salomon Herz 
Loeb Hirsch 

[Salomon Herz and Loeb Hirsch 
Blondine Levy, born Haas 
Simon Levy 



Date of Birth 
July 31,1881 

December 17,1878 
June 10,1871 

December 23,1870 

November 5,1875 

June l r 1898 



were unknown in Polch during 
December 1,1872 
September 26,1870 



Remarks 

March 3, 19 42 /Unknown 
Mis sing /Unknown 
September 25,1939 
December 15,1942/ 
Theresienstadt 
August 21,1942/ 
Theresienstadt 
September 2,1942/ 
Theresienstadt 
Missing 

Deported March 22,1942 
Missing/Unknown 
Mis sing /Unknown 
that period. These may be errors.] 
Missing/Minsk 
Missing/Minsk 



RHEINBACH 

A large listing of the Jews of Rheinbach, including birth and death dates 
(including Holocaust victims) appewars on Pages 89-104 of sie waren Nachbarm - 
Zur Geschichte der Juden in Rheinbach im Dritten Reich [They Were Neighbors - 
The Story of the Jews of Rheinbach During the Third Reich], by Dr. Horst Mies, 
©2002, CMZ-Verlag Winrich C.-W. Clasen, and Freunde des Archivs der Stadt 
Rheinbach. 



The family names included in this Rheinbach list are Abraham, Arensberg, 
Capell, Daniel, David, Eis, Geisel, Goldschmidt, Hirzmann, Kaufmann, Klaber, 
Levy, Marx, Metzger, Meyer, Oster, Rolef, Schmitz, Schnock, Schwarz, 
Schweitzer, Simon, sommer, Weber, Weinberg, Wolf and Wolff. 



Name 

Emma Hirsch, born Hahn 
Ernst Hirsch 
Hermann Hirsch 

Ida Hirsch, born Bar 

Moritz Hirsch 

Helene Klee,born Hirsch 

Cilly Meyer 

Mathilde Meyer 



Name 

Mathilde Morgenthau 



Date ofi flirtfr 
August 12,1903 



December 19,1864 



ST T JQ3AEN 

P3te of Birth 
November 16,1869 



THUR 

Nflme Date of Birth 

Moritz FrShling November 18,1880 

Rosa Fr6hling,born Mayer November 4,1887 

Frieda Gottschalk,born Rindsberg July 16,1892 

Helene Mayer, born David 

Milian Mayer 



RemaxftS 

Missing/Unknown 

Missing/Minsk 

Died as a consequence of 

being terrorized 

Died as a consequence of 

being terrorized 

Mis s ing /Unknown 

Declared Dead /Minsk 

Missing/Unknown 

Mis s ing /unknown 

Remarks 

Deported July 27, 194 2 /Minsk 

Remarks 

Missing/The East 
Missing/The East 
Mis sing /Unknown 
Missing/Unknown 
Miss ing /Unknown 



150 



WEHR 

Nanje P3fre of ^A-r^n Remark? 

Anna Froehling January 13,1904 Mis sing /Auschwitz 

Leo Frohling November 5,1896 Mis sing /Auschwitz 

Max Froehling July 5,1877 Missing/Minsk 

Soujce, except for Rfteinfragh: 

Eifeler Landschaftsmusem Genovevaburg Mayen, Auf den Spuren der Juden 
in Mayen und Umgebung - Austellung der Staatlichen Realschule Mayen in 
Verbindung mit der Stadt Mayen, Samstag, 12 Sept bis Sonntag, 4, Okt. 1987 - 
Reprdsentattonsraume dert Genovevaburg, Mayen, September 1987,186 pages plus 
14 pages of photographs. Courtesy: Caroline Herz Newhouse. 



ADDITIONAL NAMES 

Norbert Treidel (bom 1902) [In Mayen?], his wife, Selma, born Eggener in 1904, and their 3-1/2- 
year-old daughter, Hanna, were deported by the Nazis from Niederzissen in 1942. 

Moses Bar, died on February 17, 1942, and his wife, Minna (born Goldschmidt about 1865), and 
Emma Bar (probably Moses' sister, born about 1868), were deported by the Nazis from Dernau in 
the beginning of March, 1942. 

Source: Rhein-Zeltung, April 20/21, 1985 



151 



CHAPTER SEVEN 

FAMI LY TR EE CH AR TS 

On the following pages are the charts of our family tree, 
containing thousands of names — or places for them where the exact 
names are not known. 

The generations read from top to bottom, with the oldest or 
earliest generation at the top. The younger the generation, the further 
down the names appear on the pages. 

Children of each family are listed horizontally on the charts, in 
contrast with the generations, which are indicated vertically. The 
oldest sibling appears at the left and the other siblings appear in 
chronological order (where known) from left to right on the same line 

In some cases, since a family may have been very large, the list ;s 
continued on the following pages, and this is shown by an arrow with 
the continuation page number. 

In some cases there were marriages between families and in these 
situations, the husband and wife are listed twice, with the family of 
the husband as well as with the family of the wife. 

The following symbols are used: 

oo = married (heirat) 

B = born (geborn) 

D = died (gestorbenj 

Occ = occupation (arbeit) 



152 



EXPLANATION QF SYMBOLS USEP IN THE FAMILY TREE 

CHARTS 



An explanation of the material included for each person can be 
found in the following samples. 



SINGLE PERSON 



First Name, Middle Name.. ,> 

Hebrew Name .> 



HELENE MICHELLE 
Minke Yehudis 
bas Leib 

HQENIG 



Family Name .^ 

Date of Birth .> B. 3/20/1975 

Place of Birth .> New York 

Occupation .> Occ. Social Worker 



[bas, bat — daughter of - 
are the same; ben, bar -- 
son of — are the same] 



MARRIED COUPLE 



First Name, Middle Name > 

Nickname $> 

Hebrew Name > 



Family Name 
Residence 



Husband 


Wife 


* 


+ 


JOSEPH 


- S1BILLA 


"Joe" 


"Billa," Bella 


Yosef ben 


Baila bat 


Leib 


Tzvi 




HIRSCH 




HOENIG 



<• 



.Maiden Name 



(Lived in New York) 



Date of Birth > B.I 0/1 7/1 900 

Place of Birth .> Lanz-Falkenau, 

Austria-Hungary 

DateofDeath p D. 1/22/1991 

Place of Death .....>, New York 

Date of Marriage .>> <* 3/29/1936 

Place of Marriage .> Bronx,NY 

Occupation > Occ.Tailor 



B.4/17/1897 
Polch, Germany 

D.I 2/26/1 987 
New York 



Occ.Homemaker 



153 



THE ANSCHEL FAMILY OF POLCH 



Anschel is an Ashkenazic name reportedly first used in the 15th century by Rabbi 
Anschel Ha-Levi of Koln (Cologne), who was known as Anschelm or Anselm. However, even 
earlier, in the 14th century there lived in Lahnstein (near Koblenz) and Onsabriick in 
Westphalia Jewish families with the names Ansel or Anselm. It is on record that, before 
Napoleon's 1808 edict ordering Jews to take on "modern" names, Moises Anschel was also 
known as Anschel Moyses. , 



From 
Page 
625? 



MOISES - HELENE 
(Moshe) (Hele) 
(Anschel Moyses) MAYER 
AN ?CH£L 



From 
Page 
625 



B. 

Idstein? 
D.After1812 

Polch 



{Also on Paae $25) 



MICHAEL 

(Michel) 
(Formerly 

Machol 
Anschel) 



. ANNA MARIA 

MAYER 
B.I 790 

Gondorf 
D.6/14/1844 

Eojcb 



- HELENA 
KAUFMANN 

ANSCHEL 



B. 

D. 



Polch 



LISETTE 

(Bayerle) 

AN SCHEL 



B.5/13/1790 
Polch 
D. 



SAMUEL 
(Shmuel) 
ANSCHEL 



To 

.Page 

155 



JUDITH 

(Juedgen) 

ANSCHEL 



B.1 1/20/1793 

Polch 
D. 



B.8/26/1794 

Polch 
D. 



B.c.1787 

Idstein 
D.2/21/1855 

Polch 
oo11/2/1844 

Occ. 



B. 



D. 



JOSEF - FANNY 
(Formerly MACHOL 
Mauseher) B. 
(Yosef ben 

Moshe) D.I 0/1 3/1 827 
Polch 



- magdalena 
gottschalkK 

ANSCHEL 



[Anna Maria 
Mayer lived 
in Thiir before 
marrying 
Michael 
Anschel] 
[After Michael 
Anschel's death, 
Helena married 
the innkeeper, 
Salomon Kahn (Page 235).] 



B.3/2/1795 B.c 


.1807 


Polch Obermendig 


D.3/10/1855D. 




Polch 




oo1/19/1829 




Occ.Cattle 




dealer 





To Page 156 



To Page 157 



154 



THE ANSCHEL FAMILY OF PQLCH 
CHILDREN OF MOISES AND HELENE (MAYER) ANSCHEL 



FROM PAGE 154 



NATHAN - MINDEL 

OSTER 

MAY 



B.1720 

Niedermendig 
D.I 777-1778 

Niedermendig 
oobefore 1756 



B.1730 

D.I 794-1 797 
Niedermendig 




To 

.Page 

162 



B.2/1 0/1770 
Niedermendig 

D.12/1 8/1836 
Niedermendig 



From 

Page_ 

154 



B.1773 

Itarzheim 

D.3/20/1850 

Niedermendig 



From 
Page 
559 



NATHAN 
II 



KLARA 
(Claire) 
(Beuie) 
ANSCHEL 



MAY 



B.7/5/1799 
Niedermendig 

D.2/1 1/1867 
Niedermendig 



B.I 0/6/1 798 

Poich 
D.2/1/1881 

Niedermendig 



(A1$q qn Pw$ $63) 



ISAAK - VERONIKA 
(Yitzchak GOTTSCHALK 
ben Moshe) 

ANSCHEI 



RACHEL 

(Breunle) 
ANSCHEL 



B.1 0/7/1 802 
Kottenheim 
D. 



To Page 230 



B.6/8/1803 
(19Prairiai11) 
Polch 

D.5/16/1876 

Polch Mayen 

(Their house was in the small 
alley where the "Zuckerbackerin" 

had her house in Polch.] 



To Page 235 



B.4/30/1805 
(10 Florial 13) 
Polch 

D.7/9/1827 



ESTHER 

(Frommet) 

ANSCHEL 



B.6/4/1808 

Polch 
D. 



155 



THE ANSCHEL FAMILY OF PQL C H 

DESCENDANTS OF MOISES AND HELENE (MAYERS ANSCHEL 

CHILDREN QF MICHAEL AND HELENA (KAUFMANN) ANSCHEL 



FROM PAGE 154 



From 
Page 
984 



(Also on Paae 1038) 



LEOPOLD 

(Jehudah ben 

Zvi) 



ROSETTA 

(Reedish bat 

Michel) 

ANSCHEL 



HIRSCH 



HELENA 



ANSCHEL 



RE6INA 



AN SCHE L 



B.5/10/1854 

Polch 
D.I 2/26/1 926 

Polch 
oo2/7/1882 

Polch 
Occ. 

(Lived with his 
daughter, Adele 
Simon, in Berlin, 
1923-26) 



B.5/8/1848 

Polch 
D.4/10/1923 

Polch 



B.l/1 5/1850 

Polch 
D.1 2/1 6/1 850 

Polch 



B.8/12/1851 

Polch 
D.5/4/1918 

Polch 
Occ. Innkeeper 



To Page 1 038 



156 



THE ANSCHEL FAMHY OF PQICH 

DESCENDANTS OF MQISES AND HELENE (MAYERS ANSCHEL 

CHILDREN OF JOSEF AND MAGDALENA fGOTTSCHALlO ANSCHEL 



FROM PAGE 154 

I 



JAKOB - SUSSEL 
WOLF 
K1RCHBERSER 



B. 
D. 



From From 
Page Page 
430 1220 



(Lived in Dierdorf) 



B. 



Ehrenbreitstein 



D. 



BARMAN- BABETTE 
BENJAMIN KIRCHBERGER 



G UTT I 



ENBERG 



B.1773 
Sayn 

D. 



(AlsdonPaae 122p) 



B.1778 
D.Before 1835 



MARCUS- KAROLiNE 
(Mortgen) BARMANN 
SCHEYE 



B.1800 

D.1841 
Niederlahnstein 



B.1806 

D.1837 
Niederlahnstein 



(He was married three times 
and she was his second wife) 



Another child, Jette Guttenberg 
(1813-1874), the widow of 
Marcus Scheye, married her 

second husband, Bemhard 
Strauss from Selters, in 1844. 
They lived in Dierdorf. He was 
the son of Nathan Strauss and 
Michaele Baer of Selters. See 
Page 1220. Also see Pages 
1015-1016 for other members 

of the Strauss family. 



MOSES - 
(Moshe ben 
Yosef) 

ANSCHEL> 
ARNOIP* 



ROSETTA 



B.c.1828 
Polch 
D.8/28/1882 
Pittsburgh.PA 



Occ. 



B.c. 1845 
Hesse 
p.4/15/1919 
Pittsburgh,PA 



I 



T 



To 

_Page 

158 



(Also on Page 43 U 



MICHAEL - JOHANNA 
(Machoof ben "Jennie" 

Yosef) FRIESEM 

ANSCHEL 



UMsognPage 1&Q) 



B.9/10/1829 
Polch 
D.c.1908 
Sayn/Rhine 



Occ. 



To Page 1 62 



JAKOB - BERTHA 
(Yaakov ben (Babetta) 
Yosef) SCHEYE 
ANSCHEL> 
ARNOLD* 



B.1 1/17/1836 

Burgbrohl 
D. 



B.10/11/1831 

Polch 
D.4/26/1897 
Pittsburgh ,PA 
eo5/23/1862 

Dierdorf 
OccHorsedealer 



To Page 1 68 



B.1835 

Niederlahnstein 
D.1 1/6/1909 

Pittsburgh,PA 
Arrived in New 
York on the Fulda 
on 10/4/1884 



To Page 175 



[* = Name changed from Anschel to Arnold in the U.S.A.] 

157 



THE ANSCHEL FAMILY OF POI CM 

DESCENDANTS OF MOISES AND HELENE (MAYER) ANSCHEL 

CHILDREN OF JOSEF AND MAGDALENA (GOTTSCHALIO ANSCHEL 



FROM PAGE 154 



MICHEL- PHIUPINE 

EHRENSTAMM 
SIEEN 



B. 
B. 



B. 



_To Page 1 60 



LOUIS 
STERN 



From 
Page 
237 



From 

Page. 

157 



B.1/8/1879 
Merzheim 
D.1 1/22/1932 
Polch 



(Also on Page 237) 



HENDRIK 
(Naftall ben 
Avraham) 



JOHANNA 
(Handel bat 
Mauseur) 
ANSCHEL 
HERTOG 



B. 11/18/1819 
Meerssen.Neth 

D.2/24/1878 
Meerssen,Neth 

oo8/11/1864 



Occ.Cattle dealer 

To Page 237 



(Also on Paae 240) 



[* -Name changed from Anschel 
to Arnold in the U.S.A.] 

To 

Page 

160 



ALEXANDER - KAROLINE 
(Alexander ( 
ben Avraham bat Yosef) 
ANSCHEL 
HERTQQ 



B.2/19/1834 

Polch 
D.2/12/1878 

Meerssen,Neth 



B.9/16/1830 
Meerssen,Neth 

D.12/1 3/1907 
Meerssen,Neth 

ooC. 



Occ.Cattle dealer 

To Page 240 



NATHAN - BETTIE 

(Natan LOEWENSTEIN 

ben Yosef) 

ANSCHEL> 
ARNQLP* 



B.7/30/1836 

Polch 
D.7/1 5/1915 
Meerssen,Neth 



FRANCIS C. - HETTIE 
"Hef 
ARNOLD 
AM$gERRY 



B.1/25/1840 B.3/17/1845 

Polch Herringen 

D.4/29/1887 D.8/22/1904 
Ellsworth.KS Ellsworth.KS 
col 0/1 6/1 870 (of consumption) 
Pittsburgh.PA 

[Buried in Elmwood Cemetery, 
Kansas City, MO] 
[See note atop Page 159] To 
Page 



B.1 0/20/1 860 
Knoxville,IA 

D.I 929 
Wichita,KS 



Occ. 



B.10/1 8/1873 
Pittsburgh, PA 

D.7/4/1941 
Wichita,KS 



DR. VIRGIL- ADALINE 
AMEND M.D. "Adda" 
B. BREWER 

D. [Her first husband's 

Occ. Physician n ame was Almond] 



To Page 209 



B.l/21/1878 

Pittsburgh, PA 
D.l/25/1941 
Wichita.KS 

B.1/18/1876 B.9/21/1895 ~1/30/1908 
Pittsburgh.PA Valley Center.KS Pittsburgh,PA 



REUBEN E. - 

"Rube" 

ARNOLD 




B.3/18/1882 
Pittsburgh.PA 

D.1945 
Wichita,KS 



D.5/1 1/1956 D.11/8/1973 
Wichita.KS Wichita,KS 

00 

Occ.Automobile dealer 
To Page 211 



by Rabbi J. Leonard Levy, 
Congregation Rodeph Shalom. 
Occ.Owner of Arnold 
Automobile Agency 

To Page 212 



158 



THE ANSCH51 FAMHY QF PQICH 

DESCENDANTS OF MOISES AND HELENE (MAYER) ANSCHEL 

CHILDREN OF NATHAN AND BETT1E ( LOEWENSTEIN1 ANSCHEUARNQLD 



FROM PAGE 158 



Following the death of Nathan and Bettle Arnold, Meyer Arnold — Nathan's bachelor brother 
— and Minnie "Pat" Arnold — Nathan and Bettle's daughter — reared the family in Wichita, 
Kanqas. 



From 

Page. 

158 



(Wichita.KS) 



SOLOMON - 
"Sol" 



IRENE 
SOLOMON 



ARNOLD 



B.1/2/1880 

Plttsburgh.PA 
0.7/ /1950 
Hutchinson,KS 



Occ. 



B.8/2/1888 

Wichita.KS 
D.I 2/ /1 974 

Hutchinson.KS 



I 

Note : Lewis B. Solomon and 

Bertha Wailenstein had three 

other children: 

•Marie Solomon, who married 

Morris Schlanger, and they had 

two daughters, Frances Schlanger 

Strauss and Irene Bertha 

Schlanger Bargeman. 

•Lewis Solomon Jr.,who married 

Charlotte Flora, and they had one 

daughter, Helen Rose Solomon 

Landon. 

•Dorothy Rose Solomon, who 

married William Curtis Cohen, and 

they had two children, William 

Cohen Jr. of Wichita and Nancy 

Cohen Matossortn of Newport 

Beach, CA. 



(Wicttit&KS) 



LEWIS B. - BERTHA 

WALLENSTEIN 
B.I 867 




MINNIE 
"Pat" 
ARNOLD 
S QIQ M QN 



\ 



B.7/9/1866 
Wichita,KS 

D.1932 
Wichita.KS 



Occ. 



B.3/3/1882 
Pittsburgh.PA 

D.6/14/1965 
Wichita,KS 



B.8/23/1884 
Pittsburgh,PA 

D.5/24/1954 
Wichita,KS 

Occ. 



(Wichita.KS) 



KARL EMIL - BETTY LOUISE 

SOLOMON 
BENJSNUS 



B.10/7/1918 
Wichita.KS 
D.I 2/4/1 982 
Wichita.KS 
co6/19/1942 
Wichita.KS 
Occ.Owner of 
Wheeler-Benignus 
paint and wall- 
paper store 



B.12/17/1920 
Wichita.KS 



Occ. Secretary 



To Page 221 



159 



THE ANSCHEL FAMILY OF POLCH 

DESCENDANTS OF MOISES AND HELENE fMAYEtn ANSCHEL 

CHILDREN OF JOSEF AND MAGDALENA (GOTTSCHALIO ANSCHEL 



FROM PAGE 154 



From 

Page«. 
158 



From Page 158 
I 



MEYER 

(MAIER) 

(Meir ben 

Yosef) 

ANSCHEL> 

ARNOLD* 



BENJAMIN - KAROLINE 
"Motsche" STERN 

(Mordechai 
ben Moshe) 

ANSCHEL 



To 

-Page 
~161 



B.8/10/1841 

Polch 
D.6/20/1922 

Wichita,KS 
Occ.itinerant peddler. 
Moved from Pittsburgh, PA to 
Ellsworth,KS in 1885. There, 
he owned the M. Arnold clothing 
store, "the leading clothier, hats, 
shoes and furnishings." A Moritz 
Anschel appears on the registry 
of the Weser which arrived in 
New York from Bremen on Feb. 
19, 1880. This may be Meyer. 
[Buried in Elmwood Cemetery, Kansas City.MO] 



B.7/1 1/1844 
Polch 



3.1844 

Heddesheim 



D.1 1/25/1912 D.9/1 1/1894 



Polch 
ooc.1875 



ANDREAS 

( 
ben Yosef) 

ANSCHEL 



Polch 



B.10/21/1846 

Polch 
D.2/7/1849 
Polch 



From 
Page 
625 



MOSES - ROSA 
"Grosse Moses" "Rosalie" 
(Moshe ben HIRSCH 
Mordechai) 
ANSCHEL 



B.7/7/1876 

Polch 
D.4/9/1950 

New York 
oo9/15/1905 

Rudesheim 
Occ.Horsedealer, 

President of 

Polch 

Synagogue 



(Also on Page 642)\ 



JAKOB - 
(Yaakov) 



8.5/5/1880 
Mandel 

D.5/17/1941 
Lyon,France 

[Rosa's parents 
were Isaac and 
Johanna 
(Schoenfeld) 
Hirsch from 
Mandel.] 

[Buried in the 
Israelite Cemetery 
de la Moudre in 
Lyon, France] 
[Lived on KirchstraGe] 

I 
To Page 1 87 



WILHELMINE 
"Hermine" 
ANSCHEL 

( 
bat Mordechai) 

idEBZ 



B.2/19/1876 

Polch 
D.3/15/1915 
Metz f France 
World War I 
ooc.1907 

Polch 
Occ.Dealer 



EBERT 



B. 
D. 



ROSA 

( 
bat Mordechai) 
ANSCHEL 



JOSEPH 



B.9/24/1878 

Polch 
D.9/1 2/1 955 

Flushing.NY 



B. 


B.12/5/1880 




Polch 


D. 


D. Holocaust 



To Page 63 



160 



THE ANSCHEL FAMILY OF PQLCH 

DESCENDANTS OF MOISES AND HELENE (MAYERS ANSCHEL 

CHILDREN OF JOSEF AND MAGDALENA fGOTTSCHALlO ANSCHFI 



FROM PAGE 154 



From 

Page_ 

160 



SAMUEL - REGINA 
(Shmuel ben (Henriette-Ruth 
ben Yosef) bat Michel) 

SCHULMANN 
ANSCHEL 



FRIEDRtCH WILHELM- 

(Yitzchak ben 

Yosef) 

ANSCHEL 



AUGUSTE 
(Gitel bat 
Jehudah) 

OPPENHEIMER 



B.6/19/1847 

Polch 
D.6/6/1927 

Polch 



B.8/12/1851 

Cronheim.Bavaria 
D.5/4/1918 
Polch 



B.3/22/1850 

Polch 
D.1/1 2/1902 

Polch 



B.2/15/1840 
Nechor-Streinach, 
Kreis Heppenheim 

D.8/24/1916 
Polch 



To Page 202 



MORITZ - ELISABETH 
(Moshe) FROELICH 



ANSCHl 



EL 



B.l 2/1 7/1 878 

Polch 
D.Holocaust 

»c.1906 

Occ. 



ISIDOR - HEDWIG 

AHRNSTEIN 
ANSCHEL 



B.6/2 or 3/1882 
D.Holocaust 



B.7/31/1881 

Polch 
D.Holocaust 

1943 

00 



Occ. 



B.5/6/1883 

Seelbach a.d. Lahn 
D.Holocaust 

1942 



To Page 1 96 



WILHELM 
( ben 

Moshe) 
ANSCHEL 



HENRY 
(Zvi ben 
Moshe) 



BINA 
DiAMANT 



ANSCHEL 



B.1/30/1907 

Polch 
D.Holocaust 
Occ.Judge 



B.8/29/1909 

Polch 
D.2/19/1998 

Netanya, 

Israel 



KARL - ILSE 
( ben MICHEL 

Moshe) 
ANSCHEL 



B.3/15/1915 
Maraschecht, 
Romania 

D.3/6/2002 
Netanya,lsrael 



B.l 1/4/1911 

Polch 
D.I 0/1 8/1 997 

New York 
"10/11/1942 

New York 
Occ. Grocer 



ERNST 
( ben 

Moshe) 
ANSCHEL 



B.9/27/1919 
Merzheim 

D.9/ 19/2003 
New York 



Occ.Grocer 

To Page 1 93 



B.2/3/1915 

Polch 
D.Holocaust 

Auschwitz 
1/8/1943 
Occ.Cattle dealer 
[See note below.] 



To Page 1 94 



Note ; Ernst Anschel went to St. Hubert, near Kempen to buy cattle for the wholesale firm of "Klein/ 
Bongartz Aldekirk." He lived there with Siegfred Mandel. He emigrated to Luttig (Liege), Belgium on 
December l, 1939 and was later captured in France. --Heimatsbuch 1979, Kreises Viersen, Page 241 . 



161 



THE ANSCHEL FAMILY QF PQUH 

DESCENDANTS OF MOISES AND HELENE (MAYERS ANSCHEL 

CHILDREN QF MQSES ANP RQSETTA f ) ANSCHEl>ARNQtP 



FROM PAGE 157 



BENJAMIN 



FANNIE 
ARNOLD 
STRAUSS 



(Deserted his 
wife and son) 



NANCY 
"Nannie" 
ARNOL 



EL 



B.c.1869 

Pittsburgh, PA? 
D.7/31/1946 

New York 



B.c.1874 

Pittsburgh,PA? 
D.I 0/1 7/1 899 

Pittsburgh, PA 



JOSEPH - ANNE 

GLICKMAN 
STRAUSS 



B.1/8/1896 
Pittsburgh,PA 

D.10/ /1985 
Pinehurst,NC 

Occ.Cartoonist 



B.1 2/25/1896 

D.10/1987 
Jackson Springs,NC 



NORMAN 



RITA 
STRAUSS 



LAPKIN 



B.5/4/1919 



Occ.Stockbroker, 
Clothier 



STANLEY 



NATALIE 
STRAUSS 
(Divorced) 
SK6EI 



B.l/1 3/1927 



Occ.Secretary of 
Montvale, NJ 
Planning Board 



B. 



Occ.Antique Dealer 
in New Hope, PA 



B.6/1 4/1931 



OccJnterior Decorator, 
Dealer in Atlantic City, NJ 
casino 



GLENN - KIMBERLY 

ALBERTSON 
IAPKIN 



B.1 0/1 6/1 960 
Ridgewood,NJ 



Occ.Accountant, 
Pro Golfer. 



B. 



Occ.Secretary 




B.2/29/1955 
NJ 



BRIAN 
LAPKIN 



B. 


B.7/19/1957 




NJ 


Occ.Key Punch 




Operator 




Occ. 


Occ.Secretary 



B.1 1/3/1993 
Richmond.VA 
Occ.Student 



162 



THE ANSCHEL FAMILY OF PQLCH 
DESCENDANTS OF MOISES AND HELENE (MAYERS ANSCHEL 
CHILDREN OF MICHAEL AND JOHANNA (FR1ESEM) ANSCHEL 



FROM PAGE 157 



MAGDALENA 



ANSCHEL 



\(Live$l jn Kqblenz) 



B.6/29/1861 

Pofch 
D.5/25/1862 

Polch 



MOSES - BABBETTE 


LOEB 


ANSCHEL 


B.6/7/1863 


B.4/7/1864 


Polch 


Ungstein 


D.4/3/1939 


D.Holocaust 


Koblenz 


Theresienstadt 


Occ.Horse 




dealer 





\(Uvtf in $UWJs t MQ) 



DR. ADOLF - 
(D.OPT.) 

ANSCHEL> 
ARNOLD* 



B.1 2/31/1 868 

Polch 
D. 

St.Louis,MO 
Occ.Optometrist 
To U.S. from 
Polch on 
7/7/1 935 



B. 



SALI - HEDWIG 
(SALOMON) ANSCHEL 
LOEWENSTEIN 



B.4/6/1889 

Esch 
D.8/23/1952 

Norwich, NY 

Occ.Horse dealer, 

cattle dealer 



B.8/10/1895 

Koblenz 
B.1 2/6/ 1981 

Palisade,NY 



B. B. 

St.Louis.MO 
D. D. 



ERNEST - DAVINA 
COHEN 
LOEWENSTEIN 



B.5/28/1926 
Koblenz 



«>6/14/1959 
Franklin Sq.,NY 
Occ.Retired 
dairy farmer, 
cattle dealer 
To U.S. in Dec. 
1941 



B.10/16/1939 
New York 



Occ.Retired Teaching 
Assistant, Norwich, 
NY H.S. 



GUNTER 

[GUY] 



SUSAN 

MAIER 

B.2/12/1938 

Kippenheim 

D.3/1 8/1974 

New York 
«5/20/1956 
New York 



URSULA 
STERNBERG 
LOEWENSTEIN 



To Page 1 64 



B.2/4/1931 
Koblenz 
D. 1/26/2005 

San Diego,CA 
oo6/14/1975 
Norwich,NY 
Occ. Dairy farmer, 

cattle dealer 
To U.S. in Dec. 
1941 

163 



B.4/5/1935 
Oldenburg 



To 

.Page 
167 



Name changed 
iDjlS.A.] 




D. 



St.Louis,M0 

St.Louis,M0 
[child] 



To Page 1 66 



THE ANSCHE l FAMILY Q F PQICH 
DESCENDANTS OF MOISES AND HELENE (MAYERS ANSCHEL 
CHILDREN QF ERNEST AND DAVINA fCOHEN) LOEWENSTEIN 



FROM PAGE 163 



STUART - ELIZABETH 

MALMQUIST 
LOEWENSTEIN 



B.5/3/1960 
Norwich,NY 



oo9/21/1985 
Norwich, NY 
Occ.Geophysicist 



B.1 1/15/1963 
New York 



Occ.Customer 
Relations 



MATTHEW 



LOEWENSTEIN 



JOSEPH - DEBORAH 

STRE1CHERT 
L O EWENSTEIN 



B.1/1/1962 
Norwich,NY 



oo10/27/1982 
Cincinnati,OH 
Occ.Pilot 



NATHAN 



LOEWENSTEIN 



JOANNE 



L O EWENSTEI N 



To 

_Page 

165 



B.I 2/1 3/1 962 
Norwich, NY 



Occ.Cost 

Accountant 



B.6/15/1963 
Norwich, NY 



Occ. 



MICHAEL 



LOEWENSTEIN 



ANDREW 



LOEWENSTEIN 



B.4/9/1987 
Buffaio.NY 



B.9/5/1990 
Buffalo.NY 



B.4/9/1987 
Cincinnati, OH 



B.8/2/1991 
Cincinnati.OH 



HANNAH 



LOEWENSTEIN 



B.11/14/1998 
Cincinnati, OH 



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THE ANSCHEL FAMILY OF PQLCH 
DESCENDANTS OF MOISES AND HELENE (MAYERS ANSCHEL 
CHILDREN OF ERNEST AND DAVINA (COHE N) LOEWENSTEIN 



FROM PAGE 163 




B.1 1/8/1968 B.11/9/1971 

Norwich,NY Norwich, NY 



«4/30/2002 

St Thomas, VI 
Occ. Kraft Foods Occ.Customer 

Process Relations 

Supervisor 



165 



THE ANSCHEL FAMILY OF POLCH 
DESCENDANTS OF MOISES AND HELENE fMAYER) ANSCHEL 
CHILDREN OF GUNTER AND SUSAN fMAIERl LQEWENSTEIN 



FROM PAGE 163 



STEVEN - LISA 

ERICKSON 
LQEWENSTEIN 



B.9/27/1957 
Fairlawn.NJ 

D.I 0/29/1 999 
Seattle,WA 

«5/25/1995 
Radburn,NJ 

Occ.Rare coin 
dealer 



B.4/12/1961 
Dumont,NJ 



Occ. Registered 
Nurse 



ZACHARY 



LQEWENSTEIN 



JENNA 



LQEWENSTEIN 



MARK - DEBRA 


LOEWENSTEIN 


GOLDSTEIN 


B.4/26/1955 


B. 12/18/1959 


Fair Lawn.NJ 


Norwich.NY 


oo9/27/1981 




Northvale,NJ 




Occ. Certified 




Public 




Accountant 






B.10/22/1995 
Hawthorne, NJ 



LAUREN 



GOLDSTEIN 



B.12/3/1998 
Hawthorne,NJ 



B.1/26/1985 
Edison, NJ 



B.5/5/1987 
Edison, NJ 



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DESCENDANTS OF MQISES AND HELENE (MAYERS ANSCHEL 
CHILDREN OF MICHAEL AND JOHANNA fFRIESEMl ANSCHEL 



FROM PAGE 157 



JEAN CHARLES-HENRIETTE 
SELIGMANN 
ICKELHEIMER 



From 

Page. 

163 



B.1831-32 

D.3/21/1874 
Luxembourg 



B.1833-34 

D.4/4/1872 
Luxembourg 



GOTTFRIED - BERTA 
"Fritz" ICKELHEIMER 

ANSCHEL 



B.1 0/1 0/1 870 

Polch 
D.4/ /1938 

Koblenz 



JAKOB 



BETTE 
(Bettina) 



ANSCHEL 



B.1 1/18/1867 B.4/8/1873 



Luxembourg 
D.11/29/1930 
Koblenz 



Polch 
D. Holocaust 
Lettland Con- 
centration 
Camp, Russia 
-1942 



B.1 1/25/1873 
D.Holocaust 



To Page 1 70 



To Page 171 



t* = Name changed from Anschel to Arnold in the USA. 
Wilhelmine arrived in New York on the FukJa with her aunt, Bertha 
(Scheye) Anschel and three of Bertha's children on 10/4/1884.) 



HERMANN 
ALBRECHT 

B. 

Germany 
D. 

USA 
«11/30/1917 
Div.3/23/1921 

.Qcc.MNiwriqht 



- WILHELMINE 

"Minnie" 

ANSCHEL> 

ARNOLD* 



FRED 
FRIEND 



B.9/8/1894 

D.l/11/1936 
St.Louis.MO 
oo3/l/1923 

Occ.Butcher, 
Sausage Maker 



B.9/24/1878 

Polch 
D.l/7/1975 

St.Louis,MO 
Social Security 
lists her birth 
as 9/6/1875, 
and her death 

as 1/15/1975 
(9/24 is from 
Polch records.) 



JOSEPH 



MARTHA 
ARNOLD 



KREMS 



B.4/4/1905 
St.Louis,MO 

D.l/ /1983 
St.Louis.MO 

Occ.Machinist, 
Foreman 



B.4/24/1911 
St.Louis,M0 

D.12/1/1975 
St.Louis,MO 





1 


WILBERTJ. - DOROTHY 


ALBRECHT 


TEMPER 


B.2/24/1919 


B.1 2/3/1 919 


St.Louis,M0 


St.Louis.MO 


D.8/23/2003 


D.8/31/1984 


St.Louis.MO 


St.Louis,MO 


Occ.Beer Bottler, 




Anheuser-Busch 





To Page 1 68 



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THE ANSCHEL FAMILY OF POLCH 

DESCENDANTS OF MOISES AND HELENE (MAYERS ANSCHEL 

CHILDREN OF W1LBERT J. AND DOROTHY ( ALBRECHT) TEMPER 



FROM PAGE 167 



ROBERT LEE - 



ELAINE 
VON NEST 



TEMPER 



B.8/1 9/1943 
St.Louis.MO 



oc 6/5/1965 

St.Louts.MO 
Occ.lndustrial 
Retired Direc- 
tor of Trans- 
Mai linckrodt/ 
Tyco 



B.8/1 2/1 943 
St.Louis.MO 



Occ.Support 
Manager 



MATTHEW A. - MICHELLER 
ELLIOTT 
TEMPER 



B.1/14/1968 
St.Louis,MO 



coS/6/1995 
St.Peters,MO 



B.1 2/1 7/1 967 
St.Louis t MO 



f 




t 


ABIGAIL E. 
TEMPER 




EMMA L 
TEMPER 



B.4/5/1998 
St.Charles,MO 



B.1 2/5/2001 
St.Charles,MO 



NORMAN ALLEN - BETTY JEAN 
TEMPER 

\mz 



B.5.5.1944 
St.Louis,M0 



oo4/20/1968 
St.Louis,M0 
Occ.Retired 
Installer- 
Western 
Electric 



B.6/1/1946 
St.Louis.MO 



Occ.Accounting- 
Sparks Agency 



To Page 1 69 



DEREK D. - 

TEM 


KENDALL D. 

ROGERS 
PER 


B.8/23/1972 
St.Louis,MO 

oo2/24/1996 
St.Louis,MO 


B.12/8/1971 
San Diego,CA 






SAMANTHA N. 
TEMPER 





B.5/7/2003 
Lexington,KY 



168 



THE ANSCHEL FAMILY OF PQLCH 

DESCENDANTS OF MOISES AND HELENE fMAYER) ANSCHEL 

CHILDREN OF NORMAN AND BETTY JEAN (TEMPER) K1JNZ 



NORMAN A. 



B.8/17/1969 
St.Louis,MO 



FROM PAGE 168 




B.7/18/1971 
St.Louts,MO 



B.3/16/1975 
St.Louis,MO 



B.3/17/1975 
St.l_ouis,MO 



LAURYN N. 
KUNZ 



B.6/3/1999 
St.Louis,MO 



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DESCENDANTS OF MOISES AND HELENE (MAYFR^ ANSCHFI 
CHILDREN OF GOTTFRIED AND BERTA fICKELHEIMEm ANSCHEL 



BENJAMIN - ROSALIA 


HIRSCH 


HERZ 


B. 


B. 


D. 


D. 


«11/ /1887 




Bonn 




Occ.Butcher 






B.8/28/1891 

Bonn 
D.1/5/1967 

Salisbury, 
So. Rhodesia 



B.3/13/1899 

Koblenz 
D.l 0/7/1 989 

London 



DAVID 



ROSE 
HERZ 



BARNETT 



B.5/12/1934 B.3/26/1941 
London Lusaka,Zambia 



FROM PAGE 167 



HiLDEGARDE 



ANSCHEL 



JULIUS 



BERTI 
PELSTER 



ANSCHEL 



B.3/6/1902 
Koblenz 

D.11/9/1953 
Joannesburg, 
South Africa 



B.2/25/1908 B,3/4/1908 
Koblenz Bonn 

D.l 2/26/1 961 
Johannesburg, 
South Afriva 



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DESCENDANTS OF MOiSES AND HELENE (MAYERS ANSCHEL 

CHUPREN QF JAKOB AND BETTE ( ) ANSCHEL 



FROM PAGE 167 



/ 



ARTHUR - 
(Aaron) 
ANSCHEL 
B.2/10/1904 

Koblenz 
D.I 0/1 9/1 938 
Tel Mon, 
Palestine 



TRUDE 
ERLICH 



WILLY 

B E RCER 



B. 

D.1/8/1969 

Raanana, 

Israel 
Occ.Post Office 



B.6/14/1904 

Frankfurt 
D.4/7/1988 

Kiryat Motzkin, 

Israel 



BERNHARD - LISEL 


POSTEL 


ANSCHEL 


B.6/24/1901 


B.7/4/1 904 


Koblenz 




D.6/3/1977 


D.8/31/1978 


Raanana, 


Raanana, 


Israel 


Israel 



CHANNAN - 



RUTH 
ANSCHEL 



TANENBAUM> 
TENNE* 



YOSEF 



HENYA 
ANSCHEL 



GUGGENHEIM 



B.2/28/7 934 
Hirschberg 



~1957 

Petach Tikva, 

Israel 
Occ.Tour Guide 



B.3/27/1937 
Raanana, 

Palestine 



B.3/8/1929 
Mannheim 



Occ. Secretary at 

Haifa Technical H.S. 



Occ.Accountant 
To Palestine in 
January 1935 



B.1/8/1930 
Frankfurt/Main 



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To Page 1 74 



171 



THE ANSCHEL FAMILY OF POLCH 

DESCENDANTS OF MOISES AND HEL ENE (MAYER) ANSCHFI 

CHILDREN OF CHANNAN A ND RUTH (ANSCHEL) TANENBAUM>TENNE 



FROM PAGE 171 



DRAGOSUW - TAMMAR 

TANENBAUM> 
[Partners] 
ZIKICH TENNE 


B.1/7/1970 
Belgrade, 
Yugoslavia 

Occ.Biotechnol- 
ogy Engineer 


B.5/18/1970 
Kiryat Motzkin, 
Israel 

Occ.Biotechnical 
Engineer 




B.5/9/1959 



Israel 



«>1981 
Regba, Israel 
Occ. Department 
Manager in a 
furniture 
factory 



JOAV 



- DORITH 
TANENBAUM> 
TENNE 



_BERJ 



B.11/25/1960 
Kiryat Motzkin, 
Israel 



Occ. Nurse 



B.1/25/1959 
Haifa, 
Israel 



~1988 

Haifajsrael 

Occ.Computer 

Engineer 



flSEL 



B.4/1 6/1 964 



Israel 



Occ.Attorney 



To Page 1 73 





B.9/24/2001 
Tel Avivjsrael 



B.3/26/1987 B.3/8/1990 
Regba, Rosenheim, 

Israel Germany 



B.3/24/1991 B.7/18/1995 
Regba, Regba, 

Israel Israel 



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DESCENDANTS OF MOiSES AND HELENE (MAYERS ANSCHEL 

CHILDREN OF JQAV AND DQRITH (TANENBAUM>TENNE) BEN JOSEF 



FROM PAGE 172 



ALON 
[boy] 




B.11/13/1993 
Haifa, Israel 



B.4/7/1995 
Haifa, Israel 



B.9/2/1998 
Haifa, Israel 



173 



THE ANSCHEL FAMILY OF PQLCH 
DESCENDANTS OF MOISES AND HELENE (MAYERS ANSCHEL 
CHILDREN OF YQSEF AND HENYA ( ANSCHEU GUGGENHEIM 



FROM PAGE 171 



NORBERT 



YAEL 
GUGGENHEIM 



ROTH 



B.11/10/1953 
Erndtebrueck-Balde, 
Germany 




B.l 1/15/1953 

Kfar Truman, 
Israel 



B.8/31/1960 
Beit Yitzchak, 
Israel 



Occ.Architect 


Occ.Manager of 
Day Care Center 








| 








1 




i 


YAIR 

ROTH 




KEREN 
ROTH 




NURIT 
ROTH 


B.6/22/1982 
Beit Yitzchak, 
Israel 








B.8/12/1983 
Beit Yitzchak, 
Israel 


B.5/28/1987 
Pardesya, 
Israel 



Occ.lsraeli Army 



Occ.lsraeli Army 



Occ.Student 



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DESCENDANTS OF MOISES AND HELENE (MAYERS ANSCHEL 

CHILDREN OF JAKOB AND BERTHA (SCHEYE^ ANSCHEL>ARNOLD 



FROM PAGE 157 



SOLOMON - HANNAH 

SCHOENTHAL 
?T£RN 



B.I 8 
D. 



B.18 
D. 



MORITZ 



ANSCHEL 



B.4/18/1864 

Polch 
D.5/25/1882 

Polch 




GOTTFRIED - SOPHIA 
"Gus" GUGGENHEIM 
ANSCHEL> 
ARNQIP* 



B.3/6/1865 

Pofch 
D.I 0/25/1 920 

Pittsburgh.PA 



Occ. Hosiery 
business 



B.6/20/1875 

Germany 
D.6/25/1945 

Pittsburgh.PA 



B. 12/16/1866 

Polch 
D. 



To 

_Page 

184 



B.C. 1871 

Germany 
D.1 0/1 7/1 938 
Pittsburgh,PA 

(age 67) 



To Page 182 



JEROME J. - ELLEN 

SCHWABROW 
ARNOLD 



To 
_Page 
176 



B.I 897 

Pittsburgh.PA 
D.I 958-59 

Pittsburgh.PA 



Occ.Butcher 
A Lutheran, 
he is buried 
in Homewood 
Cemetery, 
Pittsburgh) 



MARTIN - HATTIE 
ARNOLD 
SCHULHERR 



B.8/15/1898 

D.12/ /1981 
Berwick, PA 



B.2/1 1/1895 

Germany 
D.6/19/1969 

Pittsburgh,PA 
ooS/10/1921 

Occ.Wholesale 
Jeweler 



To Page 1 79 



B.10/3/1899 
Pittsburgh,PA 

D.1 1/1 8/1 979 
Pittsburgh,PA 



JULIUS - BERNICE 
AVERBACK ARNOLD 
B. 

D. 

(Divorced) 



ABE 
SULTANQY 



B.4/15/1898 B.10/3/1901 

Russia Pittsburgh.PA 

D.10/ /1 972 D.9/ /1992 

Pittsburgh.PA Pittsburgh.PA 



To Page 180 



175 



THE ANSCHEL FAMILY OF PQLCH 
DESCENDANTS OF MQISES AND HELENE (MAYERS ANSCHEL 
CHILDREN OF MAX AND JENNIE (STERNA ANSCHEL>ARNOLD 



FROM PAGE 157 



From 

Page_ 

175 



SYLVAN - ADA 

FEIGENBAUM 
(Divorced) 
ARN OLD 



B.I 903 

Pittsburgh,PA 
D. 



MAX 
Jr. 



CELIA 
LEFKOWUZ 



ARNOLD 



B. 

D.I 984 
Florida 



B.4/5/1911 
Pittsburgh,PA 

D.I 2/29/1 969 
Pittsburgh,PA 

call/ /1983 



B. 
D. 



To Page 1 77 




B.2/1 2/1929 B. 



B.I 1/3/1931 B. 



176 



THE ANSCHEL FAMILY OF PQLCH 

DESCENDANTS OF MOISES AND HELENE (MAYERS ANSCHEL 

CHILDREN OF MAX Jr. AND CELIA (LEFK OWITZ) ARNOLD 



FROM PAGE 176 



(Mla$, TX) 



RICHARD BENNETT - KAREN 
KARNKO 

A3NQIP 



B.2/12/1929 
Pittsburg h,PA 



OccAttorney 



d 



B. 



MATTHEW 



ARNOLD 



B. 



(Lafayette Wis, pa) 



SCOTT 
CORBMAN 
B. 

(Divorced) 



- JANE HEDWIG 
ARNOLD 



PAUL M. 
MPKIN 



B. 



B. 11/6/1947 
Pittsburgh,PA 



1 

To Page 1 78 




177 



THE ANSCHEL FAMILY OF PQLCH 

DESCENDANTS OF MOISES AND HELENE (MAYER) ANSCHEL 

CHILDREN OF SCOTT AND JANE HEDWIG (ARNOLD) CORBMAN 



FROM PAGE 177 



MELISSA 
CORBMAN 



BRIAN 



CORBMAN 



B. 



B. 



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THE ANSCHEl FAMHY OF PQLCH 
DESCENDANTS OF MQ1SES AND HELENE (MAYERS ANSCHEL 
CHILDREN OF JEROME AND ELLEN fSCHWABROKM ARNOLD 



FROM PAGE 175 



I 



JEROME - ANNA MAE 

JR. 
ARNOLD 



B.c.1 924-25 

Pittsburgh,PA 
D. / /1 957 



Occ.Policeman 




(Berwick. PA) 



DALE 



BUDDEM 



LOU ANN 
ARNOLD 
EYER 



B. 

Pittsburgh,PA 
D.10/ /2003 
Pittsburgh.PA 



Occ. 



8.8/15/1931 
Pittsburgh, PA 



«5/14/1950 
Pittsburgh,PA 
Occ.Butcher 





(Overland Parft, KS) 




B.1/31/1931 B. B. 

Pittsburgh.PA Pittsburgh.PA Pittsburgh,PA 
D.5/22/1999 
Berwick, PA 



Occ.Store Clerk Occ.Finance 



Occ, 



NELSON - CATHERINE 



PWPEMEYE R 



B. B. B. 

Pittsburgh.PA Pittsburgh,PA Pittsburgh, PA B.2/6/1 954 B. 

D. Pittsburgh.PA 



JENNIE ANN 



BUDDjEMEYER 



B.3/14/1956 
Pittsburgh.PA 



Occ. Nurse 



Occ.Nurse 



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DESCENDANTS OF MOISES AND HELENE (MAYER) ANSCHEL 
DAUGHTER OF MARTIN AND HATTIE (ARNOLD) SCHULHERR 



FROM PAGE 175 



ALAN - MAXINE 
(Avraham) (Miriam) 

SCHULHERR 
STEIN 



B.8/8/1920 
New York 



«8/29/1 948 

New York 
Occ.Furniture 
Salesman 



B.8/20/1928 
Pittsburgh,PA 



AARON DAVID - MARCI 

GREENDASH 

snm 



B.11/17/1955 
Pittsburgh, PA 

006/24/1979 
Occ.Geological 



MICHAEL 

JOSHUA 

STEIN 



B.7/22/1985 
Houston,TX 



DONALD - JOYCE 
STEIN 
(Divorced) 
HARVEY 



D.1/29/1960 
McKeesport,PA 



B. B.12/18/1956 

VA Pittsburgh,PA B.7/9/1961 
Chicago 



DR. SAUL DAVID - MONA 
(D.D.S.) (Mafkah) 

(Yisrael Dovid STEIN 

ben Shimon) 

LEGATOR 



Occ. Teacher 



«8/1 1/1985 

Temple B'nai Israel, 
McKeesport,PA 
Occ. Dentist 



B.7/28/1961 
Pittsburgh, PA 



Occ.Researcn 
Scientist 



HANNA ERIN 

(Chana Esther) 

LEGATOR 




B.2/13/1992 
EvanstonJL 



B.1/3/1999 
Evanston,IL 



Occ.Student 



Occ.Student 



Occ.Student 



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DESCENDANTS OF MOISES AND HELENE (MAYFFn ANSCHEL 
CHILDREN OF GOTTFRIED AND SOPHIA I GUGGENHEIM! ANSCHEL.ARNOLD 



FROM PAGE 175 























To 
Paqe 


















183 


BEN 


- MADELINE 
ARNOLD 

DIAMOND 




- SYLVIA 
ARNOLD 




- LUCILLE 
ARNOLD 


B. 




B. 




B. 


B. 




B. 


B. 






D.I 984 


D. 


D. 










To Page 1 82 






To Page 182 





N. W. - JEAN 

DIAMOND 
HOLBER 




B. 


B. 














THOMAS 

HOLBER 




STEPHEN 

HQLBEF 




RICHARD 

HOLBER 



B. 



B. 



B. 



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DESCENDANTS OF MPLSES AND HFI F NE (MAYERS ANSCHFI 
CHILDREN OF AND SYLVIA (ARNOLDS 







FROM PAGE 181 



CHILDREN OF AND LUCI LLE (ARNOLD) 

FROM PAGE 181 



182 



THE ANSCHEL FAMILY OF PQLCH 
DESCENDANTS OF MQISES AND HELENE (MAYER) ANSCHEL 
CHILDREN OF GOTTFRIED AND SOPHIA (GUGGENHEIM) ANSCHEUARNOLD 



FROM PAGE 175 



From 

Page_ 

181 



BEATRICE 



ARNOLD 



-Twins- 



-I- 



BERNFTA 
ARNOLD 



B. 



B. 



B, 



B. 



- ELEANOR 
ARNOLD 



ClARKS 



B. 




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THE ANSCHEL FAMILY OF POLCH 

DESCENDANTS OF MOISES AND HELENE (MAYER) ANSCHEL 

CHILDREN OF JAKOB AND BERTHA (SCHEYE) ANSCHEL>ARNOl D 



FROM PAGE 157 



From 

Page_ 

178 



JACOB 

"Jake" 



JOSEFINE 
"Minnie" 
ANSCHEL> 
ARNOLD* 



MINTZ 



B. 
D. 



B.8/4/1868 

Potch 
D. 



B. 



D. 



HELENA 
"Lena" 
ANSCHEL> 
ARNOLD* 



GIAH 



To 

_Page 

185 



SIEGFRED - ROBERTA 
"Albert" 

ANSCHEL> 
ARNOIP * 



B.9/19/1870 

Polch 
D. 



B.1 0/7/1 872 B. 
Polch 

D. D. 



Arrived in New Arrived in New 

York on the Fulda York on the Fulda 

with her mother on with his mother on 

10/4/1884 10/4/1884 




To Page 186 



(Cleveland.OH) 



CARL 



MINTZ 



B. 



[* =Name changed from Anschel to Arnold in the U.S.A.] 



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THE ANSCHEL FAMILY OF PQLCH 

DESCENDANTS OF MQISES AND HELENE (MAYERS ANSCHEL 

CHILDREN OF JAKOB AND BERTHA fSCHEYE^ ANSCHEL>ARNQLD 



FROM PAGE 157 



From 

Page_ 

184 



ROSE 
ANSCHEU 
ARNOLD* 



B. 

D. 

[died young] 
Arrived in New York 
with her mother on 
the Fulda on 
10/4/1884 



[* =Name changed from Anschel to Arnold in the U.S.A.] 



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THE ANSCHEL FAMILY OF POI CM 

DESCENDANTS OF MQ1SES AND HELENE (MAYERS ANSCHEL 

CHILDREN OF AND HELENA ( ANSCHEL>ARNOLD) GLATT 



SYLVIA 
GLATT 



B. 



B. 



FROM PAGE 184 



ARTHUR 



B. 

D. 1975 



LILLIAN 
MUTTER 



SLJZL 



MARK 



GLATT 



B. 



B. 




Occ.Trader 



186 



THE ANSCHEL FAMILY QF PQLCH 

DESCENDANTS OF MOISES AND HELENE (MAYERS ANSCHEL 

CHILDREN QF MOSES A ND ROSA (HlRSCm ANSCHEL 



FROM PAGE 160 



From 
Page 
336 



From 
Page 
332 



COSIMO - CAROLINA 
(CAROLA) 
ANSCHEL 
BRUNELL 



B.5/1 2/1905 
Frankfurt 

D.6/7/1981 
New York 

°°4/1/1929 
Frankfurt 

Occ.Owned a 
shoe store 



B.7/8/1906 

Polch 
D.6/8/1985 

New York 
[Went to 
Frankfurt in 

1926] 



EUGEN 
(EUGENE) 



ADA 

HEILBRUNN 
B.6/27/1908 

D.6/1 3/2002 
Lewisville f NC 
(Divorced* ) 



EVA 
MAMLOCK 
ANSCHEL 



B.11/27/1907 B.1 1/9/1918 

Polch Breslau 

D.12/16/1990 D.4/ /1994 

New York Santa Fe,NM 



Occ. 



[* = Ada Heilbrunn later married a Mr. 



UAIso on Paae 



333) 



ARTHUR - MARGARET 
BRUNELL 

ANSCHEL 



B.7/17/1911 

Polch 
D.5/30/1993 

Queens, NY 



Occ. 



B.4/27/1922 
Koln 



To Page 191 



Kozier.] 



J 



ALEXANDER ■ 
J JACKSON 
B.5/2/1926 

Paris 
D.7/5/2003 

Spring Hill.FL 
Occ.Retired 
Photographer 
(Divorced) 



SUZY 
ESTELLE 
BRUNELL 



ISRAEL 
("Irv") 
SALZMAN 



DR. KURT R. - SARA 
(Ph.D.) "Sally" 
SOMMERS 
ANSQHEL 



B.8/9/1924 

Providence, Rl 
D.9/2/1991 
Hartford.CT 
oo9/16/1962 
Chappaqua,NY 
Occ.J eweler 

To Page 1 88 



B.I 0/20/1 931 
Frankfurt 



Occ. Teacher 
[To US. in 1941] 



B.5/22/1936 
Spain 

D.6/1 1/2000 
Lexington.KY 

Occ.Assoc.Dir., 
Professor of 
Agricultural 
Economics, 
University of 
Kentucky 



BART - BARBARA 
ANSCHEL 

KALTENBACH 



B.3/4/1936 B.9/26/1944 



Occ. 



To Page 1 89 



B.12/11/1946 



To Page 1 90 



187 



THE ANSCHEL FAMILY OF PQLCH 
DESCENDANTS OF MOISES AND HELENE (MAYERS ANSCHEL 
CHILDREN OF ALEXANDER AND SUZY f BR UNELU JACKSON 



FROM PAGE 187 



BRADFORD - PENNY 

MILLER 
JACKSQN 



B.4/1 1/1956 
Kansas Qty,MO 



oo7/8/1978 
Denver,CO 
Occ. Sales 



B.4/23/1956 
Denver,CO 



Occ.Artist 



MAXIMILIAN 



SARAH 
JACKSON 



FISHER 



B.l/10/1979 



B.3/25/1980 
Greeley, CO 




B.4/24/1959 

Kansas City,MO 
D.11/13/1977 
Ossining,NY 




B.l/11/1982 
Goshen,NY 



«1 0/2/2004 
Mentor.OH 

Occ.Computer 
specialist 



Occ. Horse trainer, Occ. 
riding instructor, 
barn manager 



188 



THE ANSCHE l FAMILY QF PQLCH 

DESCENDANTS OF MOISES AND HELENE (MAYERS ANSCHEL 

CHILDREN OF KURT AND SARA (SOMMERS) ANSCHEL 



FROM PAGE 187 



DAN - LAURA R. 
ANSCHEL 
MA R SH 



MARK R. 



ANSCHEL 



PAULK. - 



ELISE 
MARZLUFF 
ANSCHEL 



B.5/31/1961 B.8/23/1962 



Occ. 



Occ. 



B.5/22/1965 B.8/14/1972 B.8/22/1974 
D.I 1/15/1970 

Occ. Occ. 



189 



THE ANSCHEl FAMILY OF PQLCH 

DESCENDANTS OF MOISE S AND HELENE (MAYERS ANSCHEL 

CHILDREN OF BART AND BARBARA f ANSCHEU KALTENBACH 



FROM PAGE 187 



JACOB 
ANSCHEL 



NORAH 
TULLMAN 



KALTgNBACH 



EMILY 
ANSCHEL 
KALTENBACH 



B.6/15/1971 B.l 1/30/1971 
San Francisco.CA Rochester, NY 



PETER 
ANSCHEL 



KALTEN3AQH 



B.I 1/1/1975 
Albuquerque, NM 



B.1 1/2/1978 
Cerrillos,NM 



190 



THE ANSCHEL FAMILY OF PQLCH 

DESCENDANTS OF MOISES AND HELENE ( MAYERS ANSCHEL 

CHILDREN OF ARTHUR AND MARGARET f BRUNELH ANSCHEL 



FROM PAGE 187 



MICHAEL 



MARION 
ANSCHEL 
(Divorced) 
FRANKLIN 



B.2/16/1947 
New York 



Occ.Publisher 



MATTHEW - VIVIAN 
ANSCHEL 

WEISS 



B.8/21/1947 
New York 



B.2/21/1953 



Occ.Life Coach Occ. 



B.6/27/1974 
New York 



B.9/2/1953 
New York 



Occ. 



To Page 1 92 




KAREN 
FRANKLIN 



B.I 1/29/1976 
New York 



191 



THE ANSCHEL FAMILY OF PQLCH 

DESCENDANTS OF MQISES AND HELENE (MAYER) ANSCHEL 

CHILDREN OF MATTHEW AND VIVIAN ( ANSCHEL) WEISS 



FROM PAGE 191 




B.I 2/30/1 983 



B.6/16/1986 



192 



THE ANSCHEL FAMILY QF PQLCH 

DESCENDANTS OF MQISES AND HELENE fMAYER) ANSCHEL 

CHILDREN QF HENRY AND B1NA (DIAMANT) ANSCHEL 



FROM PAGE 161 



DR. MORRIS - DOLORES 
(Ph.D.) GILBERT 
ANSCHEL 



B.5/27/1940 
Petach Tikva, 
Israel 



oo6/14/1970 
Oakland,NJ 

Occ.Chemical 
Engineer; 
Financial 
Advisor- 
Morgan 
Stanley 



JOSHUA - EVELYN 

ANSCHEL 
ELLENBQSEN 



B.I 2/1 7/1 946 
Paterson,NJ 



B.11/11/1949 
Ramat Gan, 
Israel 



Occ. Nurse 



Occ. Director, 
"HaSola" Mall, 
Rosh Haagia, 
Israel 



B.3.30/1951 
New York 



Occ. Legal 

Secretary 



DR. DAVID 
(M.D.) 



AN SCHEl 



DR. AU\N 
(M.D.) 



ANSCHEL 



AVI 



ELLE NB QG EN 



B.4/29/1972 


B.6/6/1976 


NY 


NY 


Occ.Neurologist, 


Occ.Physician, 


Assistant Professor 


Resident at New 


of Neurology and 


York Hospital 


Director of the Adult 


(Cornell Medical 


Epilepsy and Intrao- 


Center) and 


perative Neuro- 


Columbia Presby 


physiology Center at 


terian Hospital 


Stony Brook University, 




Stony Brook, NY 





B.5/3/1975 
Givat Ayim, 
Israel 



Occ. 



OREN 



ELLENPQQEN 

B.2/232/1984 



Israel 



Occ.lsrael 
Defense 
Forces 



193 



THE ANSCHEL FAMILY OF PQLCH 

DESCENDANTS OF MOISES AND HELENE (MAYERS ANSCHEL 

CHILDREN OF KARL AND ILSE fMICHEU ANSCHEL 



FROM PAGE 161 



RAYMOND 



JILL 
WHENMOUTH 
(Divorced) 
ANSCHEL 



B.I 2/26/1 946 
New York 



Occ. College 
English Teacher 




B.8/18/1945 
Bristol, England 



Occ. 



MICHAEL 



ANSCHEL 



B. 1/2/1 974 
Minneapolis.MN 



Occ.Building 
Contractor 
and Designer 



B.8/6/1942 
Brooklyn.NY 



~6/20/1 976 

Queens, NY 
Occ.Teacher 



B.1 1/27/1949 
New York 



Occ.Teacher 



To Page 195 



JENNIFER 
ANSCHEL 



JEREMY - CZILKAPAOLA 
PEGEUROS-SOLIS 
ANSCHEL 



B.1/2/1976 B.1 1/7/1980 

Minneapolis, MN Minneapolis.MN 



3. 



Occ.Violist 



Occ.Scuba Diving 
Instructor 



MOSHE ISHMAEL 



ANSCHEL 



B.3/22/2002 
Veracruz.Mexico 



194 



THE ANSCHEl FAMILY QF PQLCH 

DESCENDANTS OF MOISES AND HELENE (MAYER) ANSCHEL 

SQN QF PRUCE ANP UNDA (ANSCH El) HEU E R 



FROM PAGE 194 




B.9/14/1982 
Huntington.NY 

Occ.Student 



195 



THE ANSCHEL FAMILY OF POLCH 
DESCENDANTS OF MOISES AND HELENE (MAYER) ANSCHEL 
CHILDREN OF ISIDOR AND HEDWIG (AHRNSTEIN) ANSCHEL 



FROM PAGE 161 



MAX 


- METUKA 


(Moshe) 


(Sussel) 




GRUNBERGER 




ANSCH^l 



HERBERT - RACHEL 

(Klara Links) 
LENARD 

AN$CHEL 



8.12/26/1910 

Polch 



D.3/31/1967 

Kfar Saba, 

Israel 
»2/ /1 937 

Kfar Saba 
Occ. 



B.5/7/1907 
Mukat Levo, 
Czechoslovakia 
[now in Russia] 

D.2/1 3/1976 
Kfar Saba, 
Israel 



B.9/27/1919 

Polch 
D.6/29/2001 

Kfar Shmariyahu, 

Israel 

»1 0/1 1/1 942 

Copenhagen, Den. 

Occ.Agriculture 



B.11/27/1919 

Budapest, Hungary 
D.4/1 9/2005 
Kfar Saba, 
Israel 
[Buried in Kfar 
Shmariyahu, Israel] 
Occ.Agriculture 



To Page 200 



TZVI - PENINA 
ANSCHEL 
ON (STARK) 



B.3/23/1936 



JOSEF - NILI 

ANSCHEL 
OPPENHEIM 



B.6/6/1939 
Kfar Saba,israel 

D.10/25/1972 
Kfar Saba, Israel 



B.2/16/1943 



To 

-Page 

199 



YITZCHAK - PENINA 

SCHIFTAN 
ANS C HEL 



B.12/5/1943 
Kfar Saba.lsrael 



B.12/13/1946 
Kfar Saba, Israel 



B.8/31/1950 



To Page 1 98 



PABLO 



- YAEL 
ON (STARK) 
VPWPEBEPWT 



B.7/16/1960 



Colombia 




T 



To 
..Page 
-197 



YAAKOV - \IAHW 
(Jaki) BRIGEL 
OPPENHEIM 



B.8/10/1965 
Kfar Saba, 
Israel 



B.3/13/1964 
Ramat Hasharon, 
Israel 




B.I 1/9/1967 
Kfar Saba, 
Israel 



B.2/2/1973 



DANIELA ROSE 



VIEKQ 



«5/31/2002 

To Page 199 



B.I 0/1 2/1 973 



TAMAR 



SNIPPER 



NAAMA 



SNIPPER 




B.8/29/1994 


B.1/17/1998 


B.9/3/1993 


B.12/21/1996 B.7/13/ 


London 


London 


Shechania, 


Shechania, 






Israel 


Israel 



196 



THE ANSCH EL FAMILY OF POL CH 

DESCENDANTS OF MOISFS AND HELENE (MAYER) ANSCHEL 

CHILDREN OF JOSEF AND NILI (ANSCHEL) OPPENHEIM 

FROM PAGE 196 



From 
Paae 










196 










SHARON 
OPPENHEIM 




AJELET 
OPPENHEIM 



B.3/21/1974 



B.8/21/1975 



197 



THE ANSCHEL FAMILY OF PQLCH 
DESCENDANTS OF MQISES AND HELENE (MAYER) ANSCHEL 
CHILDREN OF Y1TZCHAK AND PENINA (SCH1FTAN) ANSCHEL 



MOSHE - AYELET 
"Mossi" DRORY 

ANSCHEL 



FROM PAGE 196 



ROTEM 



ANSCHEL 



B.2/20/1973 
Kfar Saba, 
Israel 



B/8/12/1976 



B.4/9/1976 
Kfar Saba, 
Israel 



«9/1 3/2005 



SON OF YAAKOV AND ILANIT (BRIGEL) OPPENHEIM 

FROM PAGE 196 



ORI 



QPPENH EI M 
B.9/1 1/2004 



198 



THE ANSCHEL FAMILY OF POLCH 
DESCENDANTS OF MQ1SES AND HELENE (MAYER) ANSCHEL 
CHILDREN OF MAX AND METUKA (GRUNBERGER) ANSCHEL 

FROM PAGE 196 



From 

Page, 

196 



YITZCHAK - BATJA 
(Yisrael) LAVI 

(LEBOVITS) 
ANSCHEL 



B. 



Kfar Saba, 
Israel 



ooTO/15/1972 
Kfar Saba, 
Israel 



B. 



Kfar Saba, 
Israel 



ASSAEL 



PENINA 
ANSCHEL 



TARAOEN 



DOTAN 



ANSCHEL 



OFIR 



ANSCHEL 



B.9/5/1979 



B.3/29/1974 B.I 1/19/1975 



B.12/14/1979 



199 



THE ANSCHEL FAMILY OF POLCH 

DESCENDANTS OF MQ1SES AND HELENE (MAYERS ANSCHEL 

CHILDREN OF HERBERT AND RACHEL fLENARD^ ANSCHEL 



FROM PAGE 196 




B.2/26/1948 
Kfar Sharmaryahu, 
Israel 



Israel 
Occ. 



B.4/30/1951 

Marrakesh, 

Morocco 



Occ. 



LIAT 
ANSCHEL 



B.6/15/1974 
Kfar Shmaryahu, 
Israel 



(Kfar Shmarvahu.lsrsAsI) 



AMIR 



PE LED 



ORLY 



ANS C HE L 



B.2/6/1955 
Kibbutz Mishmarot, 
Israel 



«6/1/1993 



Israel 
Occ. 



B.3/9/1958 
Kfar Shmaryahu, 
Israel 



Occ. 



To Page 201 



ASSAF 



ANSCHEl 



B.1 0/26/1 978 
Kfar Shmaryahu, 
Israel 



Occ. 



Occ. 



200 



THE ANSCHEL FAMILY QF PQIQH 

DESCENDANTS OF MQ1SES AND HELENE (MAYER) ANSCHEL 

DAUGHTER OF AMIR PELED AND QRLY ANSCHEL 

FROM PAGE 200 




B.7/22/1994 
Tel Aviv.lsrael 



Occ.Student 



201 



THE ANSCHE L FAMILY OF PQLCH 

DESCENDANTS OF MQISES AND HELENE (MAYERS ANSCHEL 

DAUGHTER OF FRIEDRICH WILHELM AND AUGUSTE fOPPENHElMER) 

ANSCHEL 



FROM PAGE 161 



ISIDOR 



MATHILDE 
ANSCHEL 



FRENKEL 



B.5/12/1874 

Merzig 
D.6/21/1955 
Johannesburg, 
South Africa 
«5/23/1902 

Polch 
Occ.Horse dealer 



B.ll/5/1876 
Potch 

D.8/16/1945 
Johannesburg, 
South Africa 



MAX 



IRMA 
KATZ 



FRENKEL 



B.4/7/1903 
Polch 

D.7/29/1984 
Johannesburg, 
South Africa 

oo6/4/1943 
Johannesburg 

Occ.Accountant 



ARTHUR - LENA 

FRENKEL 

l5vrrA 



B.1 1/19/1913 

Weiden, 
Bavaria 
D.9/12/1996 
Johannesburg, 
South Africa 



B.I 2/6/1 898 

Wiesbaden 

(Bombach) 

D.1 0/26/1 956 

Johannesburg, 

South Africa 

Germany 
Occ.Butcher 



ALFRED 



META 
BLUM 



mmzL 



B.7/18/1904 
Polch 

D.6/23/1983 
Johannesburg, 
South Africa 



B.I 1/1 6/1905 

Polch 
D/4/14/1986 
Johannesburg, 
South Africa 
00 

Johannesburg 
Occ.Cattle 
Speculator 



B.7/21/1906 
Frielendorf 

D.8/18/1995 
Johannesburg, 
South Africa 



To Page 208 



HAROLD 



- MARION 
FRENKEL 
glQCH 



(C#p$TQYvnr $9Utfr\4fricq} 



B.9/12/1948 
Johannesburg, 
South Africa 



Occ.lndent 
Agent 



B.1/24/1950 

Johannesburg, 

South Africa 



Occ.Librarian 



To Page 203 



NORBERT - URSULA 


LEVfTA 


LOEWENSTEIN 


B.4/15/1914 


B.7/19/1928 


Idstein 


Wiesbaden 


D. 11/29/2004 




CapeTown 




Occ.Butcher 





(M<?!b9Vrn$ t Ay!?trali?} 



WALTER 



- HANNELORE 
LEVITA 

mm 



B.12/21/1928 
Frankfurt 



Occ.Pharmacist 



B.7/12/1932 
Wiesbaden 



To Page 204 
202 



To Page 206 



THE ANSCHEL FAMILY OF PQLCH 

DESCENDANTS QF MQISES ANP HEIENE ( MAYER) ANSCHEl 
CHILDREN QF HAROLD AND MARION fFRENKEU BLQCH 

FROM PAGE 202 



WAYNE DAVID - 



S1MONE 
SWARTZ 



BI Q CH 



B.l 1/2/1974 
Johannesburg, 
South Africa 



To 
_Page 
203B 



MARC DANIEL - 



P LQ CH 



KAREN 
SACKS 



JONATHAN 



B.6/8/1979 
Johannesburg, 
South Africa 



B.10/31/1977 
Johannesburg, 
South Africa 



BLQCH 



B.2/27/2978 B.S/17/1982 
Johannesburg, Johannesburg, 
South Africa South Africa 



To Page 203A 




ELAZAR 



PI Q CH 



B.4/25/2001 B.2/5/2003 B/2/5/2003 B.1/25/2005 
Johannesburg, Johannesburg, Johannesburg, Johannesburg, 
South Africa South Africa South Africa South Africa 



203 



THE ANS CH EL FAM11Y QF PQLCH 

DESCENDANTS OF MOISES AND HELENE (MAYERS ANSCHEL 

SON QF MARC AND KAREN (SACKS^ BLQCH 



FROM PAGE 203 



SHIMON 

AHARON 

BLQCH 



8.10/9/2003 
Johannesburg, 
South Africa 



203A 



THE ANSCHEL FAMIL Y Q F PQIC H 
DESCENDANTS OF MQISES AND HELENE (MAYER) ANSCHEL 

CHILDREN QF HAROLD AND MARION (F RENKEU PL O CH 

FROM PAGE 202 



From 

Page_ 

203 



DINA MEIRA 
BLOCH 



BIOCH 



B.1/11/1991 
Johannesburg, 
South Africa 



203B 



THE ANSCHEL FAMILY OF POLCH 

DESCENDANTS OF MOISES AND HELENE (MAYERS ANSCHEL 

CHILDREN OF NORBERT AND URSULA TLEVITA^ LOEWENSTFIN 



FROM PAGE 202 



(Torqnto.Canacja) 




DEREK 



JOELLE 
ROGERS 
LOEWENSTEIN 



B.5/14/1948 
Johannesburg, 
South Africa 



Occ. Chartered 
Accountant 



B.12/13/1950 
Graaf Reinet, 
South Africa 



B.4/29/1954 
Graaf Reinet, 
South Africa 



Occ.Audiometrician 



Occ.Butcher 

To Page 205 



B.8/3/1960 




B.1 1/22/1978 
CapeTown, 
South Africa 



B.9/10/1980 
CapeTown, 
South Africa 



Occ. 



Occ. 



204 



THE ANSCHEL FAMILY QF PQLCH 
DESCENDANTS OF MQISES AND HELENE (MAYER) ANSCHEL 
CHILDREN QF DEREK AND J 6ELLE (ROGERS) LQEWENSTEIN 



FROM PAGE 204 



NICOLE 



LQEWE N STEIN 



SHELLY 



LQEWENSTEIN 



B.3/22/1984 
Johannesburg, 
South Africa 



B.12/31/1985 
Johannesburg, 
South Africa 



205 



THE ANSCHEL FAMILY OF PQLCH 

DESCENDANTS OF MOISE S AND HELENE (MAYER) ANSCHF1 

CHILDREN OF WALTER AND HANNELQRE (LEVITA) KAHN 

FROM PAGE 202 



AUBREY - MICHELLE 

KAHN 
KLEIMAN 



B.12/25/1952 
Johannesburg, 
South Africa 



B.10/27/1954 
Johannesburg, 
South Africa 



OccJnsurance 
Agent 



YECHIEL 



- LESLIE ANN 
KAHN 
j^BIN 



B.I 0/1 6/1 948 



Israel 



Occ.P.R.O. for 
large hotel 
chain 



Occ.Salesman 



DANIELLA 
KLEIMAN 



B.9/24/1980 
Johannesburg, 
South Africa 



ROBERT - JACQUELINE 

NATHAN 
£AHN 



B.4/28/1957 B.6/10/1961 
Johannesburg, Johannesburg, 
South Africa South Africa 



B.10/ /1961 



South Africa 



Occ.Radiograph- Occ.Pharmacist 

er 



LISA 
KLEIMAN 



B.4/1 1/1984 
Johannesburg, 
South Africa 



Occ.Pharmacist 



To Page 207 





B.2/1 1/1993 
Melbourne, 
Australia 



B.6/23/1996 
Melbourne, 
Australia 



Occ. 



Occ. 



Occ.Student 



Occ.Student 



206 



THE ANSCHEL FAMILY OF PQLCH 

DESCENDANTS OF MOISES AND HELENE (MAYER) ANSCHEL 

CHILDREN OF ROBERT AND JACQUELINE (NATHAN) KAHN 



FROM PAGE 206 



DANIEL 



KAHN 



B.1/20/1991 
Toronto, Ontario, 
Canada 



Occ.Student 



207 



THE ANSCHEL FAMILY OF PQLCH 

DESCENDANTS OF MOISES AND HELENE (MAYER) ANSCHEL 

CH11PREN OF ALFREP AND META (B LUM) FRENKE L 



FROM PAGE 202 



JACK 



ROSALINE 
FRENKEL 



FREEMAN 



B.3/11/1932 
London 



oo9/8/1963 

London 
Occ.Bookkeeper 



RONNIE 



FRENK 



ROSALYN 
JOFFE 

EL 



B.7/3/1941 
Johannesburg, 
South Africa 

D.9/22/2004 
London 



B.8/13/1943 
Johannesburg, 
South Africa 



To Page 209B 



Occ .Cattle 
speculator 



WAYNE - KAREN BRENDA 
FRENKEL 

LOEWENSTEIN 



B.4/19/1941 
Benoni (near Johannesburg), 
South Africa 



MARK - LEE-ANN KIM 
FRENKEL 

JACKSON 



B.7/14/1968 
Johannesburg, 

South Africa 



Occ. 



B.4/7/1968 
Johannesburg, 

South Africa 



Occ. 



B.7/19/1973 
Johannesburg, 

South Africa 



Occ. 



SAUL - DANA NICOLE 
FRENKEL 

M0R1TZ 



B.12/28/1969 
Johannesburg, 

South Africa 



Occ. 



B.7/25/1973 
Johannesburg, 

South Africa 



Occ. 



JORDAN 



JACKSO N 



B.4/13/1973 
Johannesburg, 

South Africa 



Occ. 



DANI MICHAL 



MQ RfT Z 



AARON DANIEL 



MQRITZ 



B.9/9/2004 
Johannesburg, 
South Africa 



B/6/4/2003 
Johannesburg, 
South Africa 



B/3/29/2005 
Johannesburg, 
South Africa 



208 



THE ANSCHEl FAMILY OF PQICH 

DESCENDANTS OF MQISES AND HELENE (MAYERS ANSCHEL 

CH11PREN OF JACK ANP R0SAUNE (FR ENKEU FREEMAN 



FROM PAGE 208 



- — Twi ns 



ISTEPHEN DUDLEY-MICHELLE 
FREEMAN 

M0QR5 



B.1/12/1964 



ANDREW MYRON - JANINE 
FREEMAN 



NYMAN 



B. 10/1 0/1 964 B. 
London 



Occ. 



B.10/10/1964 
London 



Occ. 



IVAN - BERNICE HELENE 
PANTIC FREEMAN 

B.l 2/1 3/1 969 



*1/9/1992 



<Pivorced-200-n 



MARTIN 
JJQBNL 



B.3/18/1957 B.1 0/1 3/1 967 
London 



«1 2/20/2004 
USA 
Occ. Occ. 

To Page 209A 



RACHEL LEE 



MOORE 



JORDAN STEPHEN 



MOORE 



MEGAN NATASHA 



M QQRE 



ANTON JOSHUA 



NYMAN 



LARA HAYLEY 



NYMAN 



B.9/1 2/1991 


B.4/17/1993 


B.4/24/1995 


B.8/3/1991 


B.4/24/1992 


London 


London 


London 


London 


London 


Occ.Student 


Occ.Student 


Occ.Student 


Occ.Student 


Occ.Student 



209 



THE ANSCHEl FAMILY QF PQLCH 

DESCENDANTS OF MOISES AND HELENE (MAYERS ANSCHEL 

CHILDREN OF IVAN AND BERNICE (FREEMAN^ PANTIC 



JAKE DOMINIC 



PANTIC 



B.I 2/3/1 997 



FROM PAGE 209 




B.3/27/2000 



USA 



USA 



209A 



THE ANSCHEL FAMILY OF POl CM 

DESCENDANTS OF MOISES AND HELENE (MAYERS ANSCHFI 

CHILDREN OF FRANCIS C. AND HETTIE (ARNOLDS AMSBERRY 



FROM PAGE 158 















JULIAN - MARGARET 
AMSBERRY 
LYONS 




DONALD F. 
AMSBERRY 



B.3/31/1906 B.7/22/1904 

Kansas City,MO Kansas City, MO 

D.7/17/1964 D.3/ /1985 
Lincoln, NE Lincoln,NE 



B.1913 

Wichita,KS 
D.I 936 

Wichita, KS 

(of pneumonia) 



210 



THE ANSCHEL FAMILY OF PQI CM 

DESCENDANTS OF MQ1SES AND HELENE f MAYER) ANSCHFI 

SON OF DR. VIRGIL AND ADALINE (BREWER) AMEND 



FROM PAGE 158 



DONALD 
AMENP 



B. 



D. 



Killed in action during World War I 



211 



THE ANSCHEL FAMI LY QF PQIC H 

DESCENDANTS OF M01SES AND HELENE ( MAYER) ANSCHEL 

CHILDREN OF MORRIS L. AND SADE fSMm ARNOLD 



FROM PAGE 158 



MORRIS L. Jr. - PERMELIA M. 



"Tex" 



"Pamela" 
LEFLER 
B.5/16/1909 

0.9/ /1991 
Whitewater,KS 

«5/12/1929 
lndependence,MO 
(Divorced) 



- FLORENCE 
STANWICH POLING 



ARNQIP 



To 

_Page 

223 



B.5/6/1909 B.3/11/1918 

Wichita.KS 
D.5/4/1983 D.12/14/1993 

Defray Beach, FL Delray Beach, FL 
oo5/12/1943 

,GA 
Occ.Automobile 
sales manager 



[Permelia remarried. Her second husband was 
Leonard Fuqua and they lived in Whitewater.KS. 
He was born on 7/2/1 894 and he died in Dec. 1 983 
in Whitewater, KS-3 

[M.L. Arnold Jr. legally adopted the two sons of 
Florence Stanwich Polina Arnold.l 



WILLIAM E. 
ARNOI D 



EDWARD J. 
ARNOLD 



B.4/19/1935 B.6/8/1939 



MORRIS L. Ill - JOAN 
"Larry" HOMAN 
(Divorced) 
ARNOLD 



JERRY L - MAURA 

MCLAUGHLIN 
(Divorced) 

mom 



B.8/21/1931 
Wichita,KS 



aol/1 0/1955 
Wichita,KS 

Occ. Mechanic- 
Auto trans- 
mission repair 



B.7/14/1931 
Peabody,KS 
D. 



B.8/15/1932 
Wichita,KS 



B.5/30/1935 

Olean,NY 
D. 



B, 



Occ.Represen-l 
tative, National 
Veterinary Lab 



To Page 213 



To Page 214 



JANIS 
ARNOLD 



DRAVENfEKS 



B.I 2/27/1 944 
Anniston.AL 



212 



THE ANSCHEL FAMILY OF PQLCH 

DESCENDANTS OF MOISES AND HELENE (MAYERS ANSCHEL 

CHILDREN OF MORRIS L. Ill AND JOAN (HOMAN1 ARNOLD 



FROM PAGE 212 




KEVIN 
LAWRENCE 

ARNOLD 



JANIS 
ARNOLD 



GIROUX 




B.3/22/1956 
Wichita.KS 



B.3/10/1957 
Marion.KS 



B. 



B.9/4/1963 
Ft. Lauderdale, FL 



B.1 1/30/1967 
Raytown,MO 



213 



THE ANSCHEl FAMILY QF PQICH 
DESCENDANTS OF MQ1SES AND HELENE (MAYER) ANSCHEL 
CHILDREN QF JERRY L. AND MAURA (McLAUGHLIN) ARNOLD 



FROM PAGE 212 



ALAN MORRIS- LORI ANN 
LEE 

B.9/22/1956 
Liberal,KS 



(Divorcqc)) 



- JANAEK. 
JOHNSON 
ARNOLD 



B.2/22/1953 B.9/10/1963 
Wichita,KS 



Occ.Heating, air 
conditioning 
business 



STEPHEN W.-KATHLEEN MARY 
ARNOLD 
(Divorced) 
WQltfY 



B.1/25/1951 
Anthony ,KS 



B.3/25/1957 
Wichita,KS 



To Page 217 



To 

-Page 
215 



DANIEL -JENNIFER ANN 
MARTINEZ ARNOLD 



(Divorced^ 



ROBERT - 
LEE 
B.8/1/1951 
,CA 
(Divorced^ 



ROBERT - 



B. 



OccJncome tax 
preparer 



B.3/17/1958 



To Page 218 To Page 218 




WHITNEY 

KAYE 
ARNQIP I 



STEPHANIE 



ARNQIP 



B.1 1/24/1981 B.10/10/1985 B.2/ /1990 



214 



THE ANSCHEL FAMILY QF PQICH 
DESCENDANTS OF MOISES AND HELENE (MAYER) ANSCHEL 
CHILDREN OF JERRY L. AND MAURA (McLAUGHLIN) ARNOLD 



FROM PAGE 212 



From 

Page. 

214 



THOMAS JERRY - PATRICIA 
LYNCH 

ARNOLD 



B.7/27/1959 
Wichita, KS 



Occ.Postman 



BERT - CYNTHIA ANN 
ARNOLD 
(Divorced) 
PEARSQN 



B. 



B. 



Occ.Teacher 



Occ. 



MICHELLE ALEXANDRIA 



ARNOLD 



/ 



B.2/21/1961 
Wichita.KS 



Occ. Booking agent 
Royal Caribbean 
Ship Lines 



To Page 219 



To 

-Page 

216 



KELLY - LORETTA KAY 
DANIELS ARNOLD 

B.7/12/1957 
Wichita,KS 



(PJvorceQ') 



JIM 
STRAUCH 



B. 



Occ. 
To Page 220 



B.9/28/1963 
Wichita,KS 



Occ. 




PATRICK 



ARNQLP 



B.5/1/1990 



B.8/16/1997 B.1/1 8/2002 



Occ.Student 



Occ.Student 



215 



THE ANSCHEL FAMILY OF PQLCH 

DESCENDANTS OF MOISES AND HELENE f MAYERl ANSCHEL 

CHILDREN OF JERRY L. AND MAURA (McLAUGHLIN^ ARNOLD 



FROM PAGE 208 



From 

Page„ 

215 



WILLIAM 
RICE 

B. 

(Pivorpqd) 



GARY 
HUNT 



CHRISTINA MARIE 
ARNOLD 



B. 



B.I 0/1 7/1 967 
Wichita,KS 



Occ. 



Occ. 



ROBERT 



HUNT 
B.6/24/ 




B.5/10/ 



216 



THE ANSCHEL FAMILY QF POLCH 
DESCENDANTS OF MOISES AND HELENE (MAYERS ANSHHFI 
CHILDREN OF STEPHEN AND KATHLEEN (ARNOLDS WOI I FY 

FROM PAGE 210 



CLARK ALAN 



WQLLEY 



DEREK JAMES 



WPULEY 



B. 1/23/1 980 



B.6/29/1982 



217 



THE ANSCHFI FAMI1 Y OF PQLCH 
DESCENDANTS OF MOISES AND HEL F.NE (MAYER! ANSrHFI 
DAUGHTER OF DANIEL AND JENNIFER AN N (ARNOLDS MARTINF7 



DAUGHTER OF ROBERT AND JENNIFER ANN (ARNOI O! I FF 



FROM PAGE 214 





B.4/11/1976 
Wichita.KS 



B.6/23/1981 
Rolla,MO 



Occ. 



Occ. 



SON OF JEN NIFER ANN ARNOI D 



DAUGHTER OF ROBERT AND JENNIFER ANN (ARNOLD! Z1SMER 



FROM PAGE 214 



MICHAEL 



ARNOLD 



B.7/22/1984 
Wichita.KS 




Occ. 



Occ. 



218 



THE ANSCHEL FAMILY OF POLCH 
DESCENDANTS OF MOISES AND HELENE ( MAYERS ANSCHEL 
CHILDREN OF BERT AND CYNTHIA ANN (ARNOLDS PFARSON 







FROM PAGE 215 








JASON 

PEARSON 




LISA 
PEARSON 


B.1/22/1984 




B.11/20/1985 



219 



THE ANSCHg FAMILY QF PQLCH 

DESCENDANTS OF MQISES AND HELENE (MAYERS ANSCHEL 

DAUGHTER OF KELLY AND LQRETTA KAY (ARNOLD! DANIELS 



FROM PAGE 215 



JULIE 
DANIELS 



B.2/6/1981 
Garden City 7 KS 



220 



THE ANSCHEL FAMILY OF PQLCH 

DESCENDANTS OF MOISES AND HELENE f MAYER^ ANSCHEL 

CHILDREN OF KARL AND BETTY (SOLO MON) BENIGNUS 



FROM PAGE 159 



CHARLES - KAREN PATRICIA 
BENIGNUS 

MIPKJFF 



B.1/17/1938 



«7/1/1967 

Wichita.KS 
Occ. 



B.I 0/27/1 945 
Fresno,CA 



Occ. 



BRICK JOHN - LINDA KAY 
BENIGNUS 

PORTER 



CHAD RAY - CHEVON 
HUNT 
MIDKIFF 



B. 10/3/1 972 B. 
Denver,CO 



B.8/29/1948 



oo9/18/1970 
Emporia ,KS 
Occ. 



B.1 0/3 1/1 948 
Wicbita,KS 



Occ. 



BROOKE AMANDA 
PORTER 



B.3/19/1980 
Kansas City.MO 



PATRICK J. - KRISTIE LYNN 
BENIGNUS 
(Divorced) 
GERSTNER 



B, 4/7/1 957 



B.3/18/1959 
Wichita.KS 



oo5/14/1983 
Ness City.KS 
Occ, Occ. 



To Page 222 



oo9/28/2002 
Durango,C0 
Occ. Occ. 



Occ. 



221 



THE ANSCHEL FAMILY OF PQI CM 

DESCENDANTS OF MQISES AND HELE NE (MAYERS ANSCHFI 

CHILDREN OF PATRICK AND KRIST1E LYN N (BENIGNUS) GERSTNER 



FROM PAGE 221 




MEGAN ROSE 
GERSTNER 



B. 6/24/ 1984 
Ness City.KS 



B.11/11/1988 
Ness City,KS 



Occ.Student 



Occ.Student 



222 



THE ANSCHEL FAMILY OF POLCH 

DESCENDANTS OF MQISES AND HELENE (MAYERS ANSCHEL 

CHILDREN OF MORRIS L. AND SADE (SMITl ARNOLD 



FROM PAGE 158 



From 

Page. 

212 



UBERTO - ADELINE RUBY 
STRIDER "Allene" 

B. ARNOLD 



DO! 

U 



'NALD 0. - 
PAUSE 



)R. NATHAN STEPHEN- IRENE 
"Newton" (Ph.D.) LOWY 

ARNOLD 



B.4/30/1895 



B.6/15/1916 
Wichita.KS 

D.12/17/1979 
New York 

Occ. Business 
Executive. 
He was a 



B.6/22/1912 
Wichita.KS 
D.5/7/1967 

Miami, FL 
Occ.Real Estate Occ.Real Estate Captain at Gen, 
Broker Eisenhower's 

headquarters 
during World 
War II and was 



B.3/20/1907 
New York 

D.1/4/1996 
New York 

Occ.Attorney, 

Executive 

Director, 

Retarded 

Infants 

Services. She 

rescued child- 
ren from 
given a coveted Buchenwald 
Medal of Merit for the Amer- 
for his work ican Friends 
there. He had a Committee, the Occ.Attorney 
Ph.D. in German United Nations 
from Columbia and the Joint 
University. Distribution 

Committee after 

World War II. 



WALDO BASS-GENEVIEVE LUCILLE 
ARNOLD 
B.7/25/1917 
Wichita,KS 
D.I 1/24/1985 
Wichita,KS 

oal/30/1941 

Wichita,KS 
Occ.Court Secretary 



- ADELINE RUBY 
"Allene" 
ARNOLD 
WETMQRE 



/ 



B.9/21/1913 
Wichita,KS 

D.1 1/10/1997 
Miami, FL 

oo12/29/1986 
Bermuda 



B.6/22/1912 
Wichita,KS 



Occ.Real Estate 
Broker 



To Page 224 



223 



THE ANSCHEL FAMILY QF PQLCH 

DESCENDANTS OF MOISES AND HELENE (MAYERS ANSCHEL 

CHILDREN OF WALDO B. AND GENEVIEVE f ARNOLDS WETMQRF 



FROM PAGE 223 



RABBI - MARY 
FREDERIC JAY STEPHANE 
(Ephraim) (Shoshana) 
WETMORE 
GOLDBAUM 



B.1/1/1936 
New York 



Occ.Computer 
Scientist-head 
of research, 
Motorola (Tel 
Avivjsrael) 



JAMES - 
TERRELL 



VIVIAN 

LOUISE 

WETMORE 



MML 



B.5/3/1942 
Wichita,KS 



Occ.Socia! 
Worker 



B.1/3/1938 B.3/16/1944 

Joplin.MO Wichita,KS 

D.5/23/1996 
San Francisco,CA 



Occ.Unemploy- Occ.Social 

ment Insur- work 
ance specialist supervisor 



To Page 225 



KENNETH - 

CURTIS 

CRIST 
B.5/21/1938 
Ontario,OR 

D.7/18/1979 

Santa Fe,NM 

col/30/1972 

Wichita,KS 
Occ.Computer 
field for Gates 
(now Lear Jet) 
Rubber Co. 
(Divorced) 



PHYLLIS 

IRENE 

WETMORE 



DR. HENRY GRADY - 
HUGHES III (Ph.D) 
B.I 2/1 8/1 945 
WacoJX 

«8/2/1980 

Los Alamos, NM 
Occ. Nuclear physicist 

(Divorced) 



ROBERT ORRIN- 
HEDGES 



B.4/23/1936 
Safford T AZ 



«4/27/1986 
Cloudcroft,NM 
Occ.Engineer 



B.9/27/1948 
Wichita,KS 



Occ, Attorney 
(J.D. Denver), 
Assistant County 
Attorney in Los 
Alamos,NM 



To Page 229 



224 



THE ANSCHEL FAMILY OF POLCH 

DESCENDANTS OF MQISES AND HELENE (MAYERS ANSCHEL 

CHILDREN OF RABBI FREDERIC AND MARY (WETMORE) GQLDBAUM 



FROM PAGE 224 



YISRAEL MICAH 



GQLDBAUM 



MENACHEM TZVI 



GQLPg AUM 



To 

_Page 
226 



HANNA MENUCHA 
GQLDBAUM 



B.9/16/1965 
New York 



B.11/11/1966 
Al Cajon Valley, 
CA 



B.4/7/1968 
Al Cajon Valley, 
CA 



Occ. 



Occ. 



Occ. 



225 



THE ANSCHEL FAMILY OF PQLCH 

DESCENDANTS OF MOISES AND HELENE (MAYERS ANSCHEL 

CHILDREN OF RABBI FREDERIC AND MARY (WETMORE) GQLDBAUM 



FROM PAGE 224 



From 

Page_ 

225 



ELI BUNiN 



GOLDBAUM 



MOSHE DOV-BER 
NISSIM 

SCWAUM 



B.6/12/1969 
Denver, CO 



B.12/21/1970 
Denver,CO 



To 

_Page 

226 



HANANIA 
ELIMELECH 



gqlpsaum 



B.4/26/1972 
Denver,CO 



Occ. 



Occ. 



Occ. 



226 



THE ANSCHFL FAMII Y OF POI CM 

DESCENDANTS OF M01SF.S AND HELENE (MAYERS ANSCHFI 

CHILDREN OF RABBI FREDERIC AND MARY fWETMORE) GOLDBAUM 



FROM PAGE 224 



From 
226 



BARUCH JOSEPH 
ELUAH 

GOLDBAUM 



NAFTAL JEHUDAH 
ZECHAR1AH 

SQIP8AUM 




B.4/1/1974 
Denver,CO 



B.l/21/1976 
Denver,CO 



B.3/3/7978 
Denver.CO 



Occ. 



Occ. 



Occ. 



227 



THE ANSCHEL FAMILY OF PQI CM 

DESCENDANTS OF MQISES AND HELE NE (MAYERS ANSCHEL 

CHILDREN OF RABBI FRED ERIC AND MARY (WETMORE) GOLDBAUM 



FROM PAGE 224 



From 
Paae 


















227 
















RUCHAMA 
GOLDBAUM 




NATHANIEL 
ISAAC 

WIDPAUM 




MARSHA AMUNA 
GOLDBAUM 



B.9/30/1979 
Denver,CO 



B.6/13/1985 
Israel 



B.2/8/1982 
Israel 



Occ. 



Occ. 



Occ. 



228 



THE ANSCHEL FAMILY OF PQICH 

DESCENDANTS OF MOISES AND HELENE (MAYERS ANSCHEL 

CHILDREN OF KENNETH AND PHYLLIS fWETMORE^ CRIST 



FROM PAGE 224 



UOEL WADE - ALLISON TAMARA 
CRIST 

WTCHHSQN 



B.7/6/1968 
Espanola,NM 



«7/19/1997 
Los Alamos,NM 
Occ.H.S.English 
Teacher 



TREVOR ALLEN 



CRIST 



B.7/30/1974 
Denver,CO 



Occ. Environmental 
Attorney 



B.1/14/1978 
Santa Fe.NM 



Occ. 



ISABEL ALINA 



HUTCHINSON 



B.1 1/23/1998 
Santa Fe,NM 



SON OF DR. HENRY III AND PHYLLIS (WETMORE^ HUGHES 



FROM PAGE 224 




B.2/10/1981 
Los Alamos,NM 



Occ. 



229 



THE ANSCHEL FAMILY OF PQLCH 

DESCENDANTS OF MOISES AND HELENE (MAYERS ANSCHEL 

CHILDREN OF NATHAN II AND KLARA (ANSCHEL) MAY 



FROM PAGE 155 



From 

Page_ 

155 



CHAVER MOSES-MERLE 
MARX 

MAY 



B.1759 

Niedermendig 
D.1850 

Niedermendig 



B.I 767 

Metternich 
D.1834 

Niedermendig 



JOSEF 



HELENE 
MAY 
JtSBl 




To 

_Page 

234 



LEVI 



JOSEFA 
SALOMON 



_ML 



B.4/26/1822 
Niedermendig 
D.4/25/1900 

Koln 
eo12/20/1855 



B.5/15/1830 
Niedermendig 
D.5/7/1892 
Koln 



B.7/24/1832 
Niedermendig 

D.8/9/1872 
Niedermendig 



B.4/24/1835 
Niedermendig 

D.3/1 5/1885 
Niedermendig 



B.5/18/1840 

Kruft 
D.I 2/25/1 909 

Niedermendig 



To Page 232 



SIEGMUND - SOPHIE 

BAMBERGER 

mi 



B.1/1 9/1858 
Niedermendig 
D. 

oo9/10/1890 



To 
.Page 



HERMAN - AMALIE 

MAY 
FRANKEN 



r — T wins 




B.3/6/1871 

Eschenau 
D. 



B.8/6/1860 

Krefeld 
D. 

«8/31/1890 



B.2/27/1860 
Niedermendig 
D. 



B.1 1/23/1865 
Ober-Kassel 

D. 

oo6/22/1 892 



B.2/27/1860 
Niedermendig 
D.4/21/1932 
Koln 



JOSEF 



ELLA 
MAY 



CO SSMAN 




B.1 1/17/1891 B.10/15/1895 

Borken Koln 
D. D. 


B.5/1/1898 

KOln 
D. 


-8/18/1918 





230 



THE ANSCHEL FAMILY OF POLCH 

DESCENDANTS OF MOISES AND HELENE (MAYERS ANSCHEL 

CHILDREN OF JOSEF AND HELEN (MAY) MAY 



FROM PAGE 230 



From 
Page 


































230 


































MORITZ 
MAY 




ADOLF 
MAY 




MINA 
MAY 




FANNY 
MAY 




BERTHA 
MAY 




GERTRUD 
MAY 



B.2/22/1862 

Niedermendig 

D.9/19/1876 

Niedermendig 



B.9/8/1863 
Niedermendig 

D.1 0/6/1 876 
Niedermendig 



B.8/7/1867 

Niedermendig 
D. 



B.3/21/1869 
Niedermendig 

D.1/12/1885 
Koin 



B.12/31/1870 

Niedermendig 

D.I 0/28/1 876 



B. 7/2/1873 

Niedermendig 
D.1 0/7/1 876 



Niedermendig Niedermendig 



NOTE: Moritz, Adolf, Bertha and Gertrud May all died within 39 days of each other, perhaps from a 
contagious disease. 



231 



THE ANSCHEL FAMILY OF POI CM 

DESCENDANTS OF MOISES AND HELENE fMAYER^ ANSCHFI 

CHILDREN OF LEVI AND JQSEFA (SA LOMON! MAY 



FROM PAGE 230 




B.9/14/1860 B.8/1/1862 

KaYlich Niedermendig 

D. D.7/12/1899 

Karlich 
«3/16/1886 



B. 1/9/ 1864 
Niedermendig 

D.6/14/1865 
Niedermendig 



B.5/2/1866 
Niedermendig 

D.3/13/1905 
Niedermendig 



B.1 2/24/1 870 
Niedermendig 

D.3/24/1933 
Sayn 



232 



THE ANSCHEL FAMILY OF POLCH 

DESCENDANTS OF MOISES AND HELENE fMAYEm ANSCHFI 

CHILDREN OF LEVI AND JOSEFA (SALOMON) MAY 



FROM PAGE 230 



From 

Page_ 

232 



SALOMON - 



JOSEFINE 
KAHN 



.MAY 



B.7/29/1873 
Niedermendig 
D. 



JOHANNA 



JML 



SIEGFRED 



JJfiL 



B.6/17/1870 
Gross-Bockenheim 
(Rhein-Pfalz) 
D. 



B.3/18/1876 
Niedermendig 

D.12/1/1936 
Niedermendig 



B.5/6/1878 
Niedermendig 

D.7/10/1899 
Hamburg 




B.7/26/1901 

Worms 
D.Holocaust 



B.4/16/1904 

Worms 
D.12//1953 

Mobile, AL 
oo12/17/1933 

Mobiie,AL 
Occ. Apparel 

Manufacturer 



B.6/20/1906 

Mobile.AL 
D.11/ /1988 
Savannah,GA 



PAULETTE 




"Polly" 
MAY 



B.1/13/1935 

Mobile,AL 
D.5/23/2002 

Savannah,GA 
Occ. Bookkeeper 



B.12/23/1938 B.2/10/1942 
Mobile t AL Newark,NJ 



Occ. Manufacturer Occ.Teacher 



233 



THE ANSCHF L FAMILY OF PQLCH 

DESCENDANTS OF MOiSES AND HELENE fMAYER^ ANSCHF1 

CHILDREN OF NATHAN II AND KLARA f ANSCHEn MAY 

FROM PAGE 230 



From 
Page_ 
230 ~ 



SELIGMANN - JOHANNA 
MAYER 
MM 



B.4/27/1840 
Niedermendig 

D.5/9/1876 
Niedermendig 



B.4/17/1843 

Saffig 
D.I 0/9/1 911 
Niedermendig 



HERMANN 



JULIE 
MAY 
LOWENSTEIN 



NATHAN 



MAY 



B.3/31/1869 B.11/11/1B69 
Heilenthaf Niedermendig 

D. D. 

oo3/20/1923 



B.3/12/1871 
Niedermendig 

D.1 2/2/1 922 
Niedermendig 



234 



THE ANSCHEL FAMILY OF POLCH 

DESCENDANTS OF MOISES AND HELEISIE TMAYER^ ANSCHFI 

SON OF 1SAAK AND VERON1KA (GOTTSCHALIO ANSCHEL 



FROM PAGE 155 



From 
Page 
154 



(Qberbry&q) 



JOSEF - BARBARA 

HAAS 
STEINBERG 



B. 
D. 



Oberbreisig 



SALOMON - HELENA 
[Shlomo ben ANSCHEL 
Kolonymus] 
KAHN 



B. 
D. 



JOSEPH 



REGINA 
STEINBERG 



ANSCHEL 



B.5/26/1835 B.2/8/1838 



Kruft 
D.Aug.1918 

Polch 
Occ.lnkeeper 
[He died on 
Tisha B'Av] 



Polch 
D. 

[Second husband- 
See Page 1 54 
for first 
husband] 



B.7/20/1844 

Polch 
D. 

oo8/23/1872 
Polch 



Oberbreisig 



To 
_Page 
430 



B.9/21/1846 

Niederbreisig 
D. 



To 
-Page 



236 



ALBERT 



ANSCHEl 



SIMON 



ANSCHEL 



ISAAC 

"Ike" 



ANSCHEL> 
ARNQIP* 



LOTTIE 

ANSCHEL> 
ARNPL P* 



B.2/17/1876 


B.6/22/1881 


B. 


B.c.1888 


Polch 


Polch 


Polch? 


Polch? 


D. 


D.9/18/1881 


D. 


D.6/6/1949 




Polch 


Pittsburgh,PA? 


Pittsburgh.PA 



[* =Name changed from Anschel to Arnold in the U.S.A.] 

235 



THE ANSCHEL FAMILY OF PQLCH 
DESCENDANTS OF MQISES AND HELENE (MAYER) ANSCHEL 
CHILDREN OF JOSEPH AND REGINA (STEINBERG) ANSCHEL 



FROM PAGE 235 



From 

Page_ 

235 



JULIA 

ANSCHEL> 
ARNOLD* 



B. 

Poich? 
D. 

Pittsburgh,PA 



[* =Name changed from Anschel to Arnold in the U.S.A.] 

236 



THE HERTOG FAMILY OF MEERSSENL THE NETHERLANDS 

AND THE WIJNGAARD/WYNGAARD AND SQESMAN FAMH IFS 
RELATED TO THE ANSCHEL FAMILY OF POLCH 



HERTOG HERTS-HELENA MQSES 



B.17 
D. 



B.17 
D. 



MOSES MEIJER LEVIE - HELENE 

VJELLESSE 
WUNCAARP 



I -Maastricht 



ALEXANDER - MAGDALENA 
(Eliakom Nadar) (Adele Josephine) 

CAAN 
HERTOG 



B.1716 
D.3/17/18J4LZ 



B.II/18/1723-Kerpen 
P-7/15 



B.8/15/1747 
Wolffenbutel 

D.I 0/1 4/1 829 
Meerssen 

Occ.Singer, 
Butcher 



JOSEPH - JEANETTE 
[Joseph WUNGAARDEN 
Hertz] [Jeanne Moses] 
BLOEMGARTEN 



B.1750 

Beek 
D.After1810 

Meerssen 



B.4/3/1 764 
Adelsberg/ 
Wurzburg 
D.1/24/1841 
Maastricht 



j/lflllL 



_See Pages 
g37A.W 



HERTZ - 
(Zvi Hirsch 
Ha-Levi) 

WYNGAARD 



CORNELIA 
SALOMON 



B.c.1756 
Ippendorf/ 



B.10/21/1769 
Ippendorf 



Rhine-Moselle D.4/1 1/1859 



D.9/24/1821 
Maastricht 



Meerssen 
[See note on 
Page 237A] 



To Page 237A 



B.c.1 772-74 
Moubach 

D.5/20/1844 
Meerssen 

To 

Page 

247 

To Page 239 To 
Page 



I 



JOSEPH - 
(Avraham ben 
Eliakom Nadar) 



ANNA 

(Handeia bat 

Yosef) 

BLOEMGAARDEN 

HERTOG 



B.4/8/1792 

Meerssen 
D.I 2/9/ 18 66 

Meerssen 
oa6/15/1818 

Meerssen 
Occ.Day Laborer, 
.Softer 



BERNARDUS- JOHANNA 
(HaRavDovid VOSS 

Herman) 

HARTOGS 
HERTOGS 



B.I/ /1797 
Meerssen 

D.3/20/1877 
Meerssen 

From 
Page 

m 



B.4/15/1779 

Leuth 
D. 



B.4/22/1794 

Frechen 
D. 



[Parents: Isaac Voss 
and Sibille Kahn] 
To Page 243 



? 




246 


JACOB - 




(Ha Rav Yaakov) 




HERTOGS 




B. 
s 


B. 





To Page 244 



(Also on Page 158) 



HENDRIK - JOHANNA 
(Naftali ben (Handel bat 
A vraham) Moshe [Mauseur]) 
ANSCHEL 
HERTCXj 



B.1 1/18/1 81 9 

Meerssen 
D.2/24/1878 

Meerssen 
-8/11/1864 



B.2/19/1834 

Poich 
B.2/12/1878 

Meerssen 



HERTOG 



Born dead in 

Meerssen 

7/8/1865 



MOZES - BLONDINA 


(Moshe ben (Blooma bat 


A vraham) Israel Ha-Le vi) 


LEVITICUS 


HERTOG 


B.12/15/1822 


B.I 2/1 4/1 824 


Meerssen 


Maashes en 


D.3/5/1891 


Overloon,Neth 


Meerssen 


D.1 0/1 5/1 911 


oc5/29/1860 


Meerssen 


Vierlingsbeek. 


[Parents: Israel 


Neth. 


Leviticus and 




Rachel Herber] 



To 

—Page 

237ft 



MEYER 
(Meir ben 
Avraham) 



SOPHIA 
MICHEL 



HERTCXj 



To Page 238 



B.3/13/1828 

Meerssen 
D.6/3/1897 

Meerssen 
[Tombstone is in 
Maastricht] 
-5/11/1865 

Meerssen 
Occ.Merchant 

To Page 



B.3/19/1836 
Ennery, France 
D. 

[Parents: Moise 
Salomon Michel 
and Rebecca 
Levij of Ennery, 
France] 
238A 



237 



THE HERTOG FAMILY QF MEERSSEN, THE NETHERLANDS 

AND THE WIJNGAARD/WYNGAARD AND SOESMAN FAMII IFS 
RELATED TO THE ANS CHEL FAMILY OF POLCH 

CHILDREN QF JOSEPH AND JEANETTE (WUNGAARDENh BLOEMGARTEN 
Some information was compiled bv Hennv Houwelina-Zwart ofNieuwkooo . the Netherlands. 

FROM PAGE 237 




B.c. 1793 

Meerssen 
D. 



B.I 824 

Uden,Neth. 
D.7/11/1843 

Maastricht 




JOSEPH 

(Levi Davit) 

DAVID 



MARIE 
BLOEMGARTEN 



D. 



ISAAC BENJAMIN 

LEVI* 
[Thev never married! 



B. 
D. 



B.c.1 800 
Meerssen 

D.12/31/1879 
Maastricht 



MOSES - JEANNETTE 
LEVI 

FOIJER 



B.3/6/1827 
Maastricht 

D.6/23/1915 
Maastricht 



B.3/14/1832 
Maastricht 

D.I 0/1 8/1 907 
Maastricht 



LEONARD - ROSA 

BLOEMGAARDEN 

HPRWTZ 



B. 

Stein,Neth. 
D. 


B.after 1808 

Meerssen 
D. 


«7/2/1821 

Stein, Neth. 
[Parents: Jacob 
Horwitz and Sebilla 
Van Stein] 





ONE SON 



* Isaac Benjamin Levi and Marie Bloemgarten 
never married, although Isaac did declare 
that Jeannette was his daughter. Isaac left 
Maastricht on December 25, 1833 and was 

never heard from again, 



13 CHILDREN 



• The parents of Jeannette Wijngaard and Hertz (Zoi Hertz Ha-Levi} Wyngaard (Page 237) were 

Moses Meijer Levle Wijngaard and Helene Viellesse. They were also the parents of Rosette 

Wijngaard, Isaac Wijngaard [Page 246] and Jacob Wijngaard. 

• Hertz Wyngaard was born in Ippendorf near Bonn on October 21, 1769. A big flood took place 

in Ippendorf on February 27, 1784 followed by a huge fire in Bonn on March 28, 1787 which 

reduced the Jewish suburb to ashes. 

* Moses Meijer Levle Wijngaard and Helene Viellesse had a daughter, Rebecca Wijngaard (born 
In Meerssen on August 15, 1793, died in Gulpen on January 11, 1861) , who was the wife of 

Lodewijk Hartogs (born in Gulpen on September 15, 1790, died in Gulpen on December 24, 
1861). Lodewijk and Rebecca (Wijngaard) Hartogs were the parents of Eva Hartogs, who married 
Isaac Wijngaard. Lodewijk Hartogs, who was blind, was the son of Leonard and Jeanne Hartogs 

of Gulpen. See Page 247. 
• For more information about this family, Bert Bartholomeus of Meerssen, the 
Netherlands has a website: htto: / 1 www.dutch-iewnj.ora /meerssen /defaulthtm 



237A 



THE HERTOG FAMILY OF MEERSSENL THE NETHERLANDS 

AND THE WUNGAARD/WYNGAARD AND SOESMAN FAMILIES 
RELATED TO THE ANSCHEL FAMILY OF POLCH 

CHILDREN OF JOSEPH AND ANNA ( BLQEMGAARDEN^ HERTOG 

FROM PAGE 237 



Note: The following two children of Joseph and Anna (Bloemgaarden) Hertog appear out of order 
because this information was received after these charts were completed and have been added here. 



From 

Page_ 

237 



JOHANNA 



HERTOG 



To 
Page 
239 



LEONARDUS 



HERTOG 



B. 1/3/1822 
Meerssen 

D.1/27/1822 
Meerssen 



B.I 0/28/1 825 
Meerssen 

D..../1 3/1876 
Meerssen 



237B 



THE HERTOG FAMILY OF MEERSSEN. THE NETHERLANDS 

AND THE WUNGAA RD/WYNGAARD AND SOESMAN FAMILIES 
RELATED TO THE ANSCHEL FA MILY OF POLCH 

SON OF MOZES AND BLQNDINA (LEVITICUS^ HERTOfi 

FROM PAGE 237 



ADELENA 



HERTOG 



B.3/22/1861 
Meerssen 

D.9/20/1872 
Meerssen 



MAX MOZES 
(Menachem ben 
Moshe) 



JULIA 
(Gelia bat 
Asher) 
ANDRES 
B.I 2/5/1 840 
Eschweiler 
(near Aachen) 
D.I 2/8/1 91 8 
Meerssen 



SOPHIE 
GRAS 



HERTOG 



B.1/8/1864 
Meerssen 

D.7/16/1925 
Meerssen 



B.3/14/1876 

Bastheim 
D. 



CECILE 
HERTOG 









JOSEPH - JEANNETTE 
HERTOG 




HENRIETTE 
"Jeanette" 

HERTOQ 



B.5/5/1861 B.2/8/1866 
Batenburg Meerssen 

D.7/2/1942 D.Holocaust 
Amersfoort Auschwitz 
<»6/30/1903 1/14/1943 

Meerssen 
Occ. Merchant 
in Boxmeer 
[Parents: Simon 
Joseph Vies and 
Hanna Van Meer] 
[They apparenty had a child who 
survived the Holocaust] 



B.9/14/1868 
Meerssen 

D.3/29/1871 
Meerssen 



MAURITS 



HERTOG 



HERMANN - 



IRMA 
STERN 



B.12/31/1901 

Meerssen 
D. 



HERTOG 



B.I 0/25/1 903 

Meerssen 
D. 

Occ. Court clerk 
in Amsterdam 



B.I 1/18/1907 B.9/12/1909 



Meerssen 
D.Holocaust 
Gross Rosen 
2/7/1945 

00 

Maastricht 



Haarlem, Neth. 
D.Holocaust 
Auschwitz 
8/31/1942 



Note: Joseph and Joanna (Wijngaarden) Bloemgaarden (the grandparents of Adelena, Max 
Mozes, Jeannette and Jeanette Hertog) may have had another daughter, Rosa Bloemgaarden, 
who married Leonard Horwitz from Stein, Netherlands on 7/ /2/ 1821 In Stein. He was the son 
of Jacob Horwitz and Sebilla Van Stein. Reference: Page 237A. 



238 



THE HERTOG FAMILY OF MEERSSEN. THE NETHERLANDS 

AND THE WIJNGAARD/WYNGAARD AND SOFSMAN FAMII IFS 
RELATED TO THE ANSCHEL FAMILY OF POLCH 

CHILDREN OF MEYER AND SOPHIA (MICH EL) HERTOG 



FROM PAGE 237 



ALPHONSE - SOPHIE 
MEYER EIS* * 

HERTOG 



B.2/19/1868 

Maastricht 
D.5/14/1915 

Maastricht 

To Page 238C 



SALVADOR* - HEINTJE 

COHEN 
HERTOG 



B.7/6/1884 

Bingen 
D. 



B.I 0/1 5/1869 

Maastricht 
D.Before 1 943 

«9/12/1898 
Oldenzaal.Neth. 



B.l/31/1872 
Oldenzaal.Neth. 

D.Holocaust 
Sobibor 
5/14/1943 



* ^Salvador is a Sephardic 
name, probably Portuguese, 
and many Sephardic Jews 
who fled Spain and Portugal 
during the Inquisition in 1492 

migrated to the Netherlands. 



* * ^Sophie Eis. daughter of 
Rudolf Els and Dina Rosen- 
baum, married Philip Van Tijn 
[c-1878/Puttershoek, Neth- 

?)pn5/g?/l919,AISQP r g5e 



VICTOR - BERNARDINE 

HERTOG 
(Divorced 6/28/1934) 
BLOEMGARTEN 



B.3/23/1892 
Maastricht 
D. 

~9/12/1898 

Oldenzaal 
[Parents: Jozef 
and Maria Anna 
(Wesley) Bbem- 

qartenl 



MEIJER HEIJMAN - MAUKE 
SALVADORE SCHIPPERS 

HERTOG 



B.9/12/1899 
Maastricht 

D.Holocaust 
Sobibor 
5/28/1943 



[Second wife. 
First wife's 
name not 
known.] 



B. 



D. 



B.8/22/1901 

Maastricht 
D.l 1/14/1989 

Amsterdam 
Occ.Author, 

Sculptor 

See: http://www.schrijversinfo.nl/hertogsalvador.html 
To Page 238B 



RUDOLF 



8 L QEMSART5N 
B.5/7/1920 

Maastricht 
D.Holocaust 

7/1/1943 
Occ. Medical student 
[See note on Page 
238B] 



PIERRE - HETTY 
BLOEMGARTEI 



2 



D 



B. 

D.l 999 

oo1955 
Paris 



LMAS 



DR. SALVADOR - JOHANNA 
EDMOND CATHARINAl 
HENRIKA 
BARENDS 
PLQEMQARTEN 



B.4/16/1922 
Maastricht 



B.10/1 1/1924 
Schaarbeek,Belg. 



oo1974 

Amsterdam 
Occ. History writer 




B. 



EDMOND - JOSEPHINE 
WYLIE 



BLOEMGARTEN 



B.1/2/1928 
Ukkel, Belgium 



MICHIEL 



BLOEMGARTEN 
B.8/3/1974 



New Zealand 
To New Zealand 
in 1951 



RUBEN VICTOR 



BLOEMGARTEN 



B. 



B. 



-BERNARDINE 
BLOEMGARTEN 

H UQHE S 

B. 



238A 



THE HERTOG FAMIL Y OF MEERSSEN. THE NETHERLANDS 

AND THE WUNGAARD/WY NGAARD AND SOESMAN FAMILIFS 
RELATED TO THE ANSCHEL FAMILY OF POLCH 

CHILDREN OF MEIJER HEIJMAN SALVADQR E AND MAIJKE (SCHIPPERS^ 

HERTQQ 



(Vr$,A.) 



JUDITH 
HERTOG 



FROM PAGE 238A 




ESTHER 
HERTOG 



B.c.1 970 


B, 


B.I 978 


Amsterdam 


«3/24/2005 
Amsterdam 


Amsterdam 



B.I 978 
Amsterdam 



Rudolf Bloemffarten 



Rudolf Bloemgarten [Page 238AJ was executed by the Germans for being a partisan and a Jew. 

He was one of the Resistance members who set fire to the registry office in Amsterdsam on 

3/27/ 1943 and he is burled in the Remembrance Cemetery in Bloemendaal/Overveen. He was 

engaged tq Hanny Levy. 



Henny Houweling-Zwart has located a Rachel Hertog, born in Maastricht on August 13, 1875 
who perished in the Holocaust in Auschwitz on October 29, 1942. Her parents were Meyer 
Hertog and Rosalia Salomon, so it is uncertain if Salvador and Meyer were siblings or half 

siblings or whether there were two different Mever Hertogs in Maastricht at t hat time. 



238B 



THE HERTQG FAMILY OF MEERSSEN. THE NETHERLANDS 

AND THE WIJNGAARP/WYNGAARD AND SOESMAN FAMILIES 
RELATED TO THE ANSCHEL FAMILY OF POLCH 

CHILDREN OF ALPHONSE MEYER AND SOPHIE (EIS^ HERTQG 



FROM PAGE 238A 



MAURICE RUDOLPHE - ELISABETH JOHANNA 
ALPHONSE DE GRAAF 

HERTQS 



B.2/27/1907 
Maastricht 

D.6/ /1 985 
Canada 

«5/1/1930 
Rotterdam 




B. 12/7/1 906 
The Hague 



B.7/3/1914 
Maastricht 



THEA 
HERTOG 



ALFRED 



HERTQG 



B.6/7/1931 
The Hague 



B.12/14/1933 
Amsterdam 



238C 



THE HERTOG FAMILY OF MEERSSEN, THE NETHERLANDS 

AND THE WIJNGAARD/WYNGAARD AND SOESM AN FAMILIES 
RELATED TO THE ANSCHEL FAMILY OF POLCH 

CHILDREN OF JOSEPH AND ANNA fBLQEMGAARDEN^ HERTOG 



FROM PAGE 237 



From Page 237 



PHILIPP - 
(Eliezar ben 
Rafael Marx) 



EVA 
(Hanah bat 

Zvi) 
WUNGAARD 



MARX 



From 

Page 

667 



From 

Page_ 

237B 



B.9/5/1807 
Schwanenberg 

D.7/29/1892 
Heerlen 
»7/7/1837 
Meerssen 



B.2/24/1809 
Meerssen 

D.7/5/1866 
Meerssen 



[Ftephael Marx and 
Johanna Philips were 
Philipp Marx's 
parents. 

Schwanenberg is near 
Monchengladbach) 



(Also on Page 66cj) 



HERMANN 

[Huilmann] 

(Chaim ben 

A vraham) 



ROSINA 

scHMrrz 

[Also listed as 
Joanna Smits] 



HERTOG 



B.5/7/1833 

Meerssen 
D.12/12/1892 

Meerssen 
[Buried in 
Meerssen] 
ooH/23/1863 

Meerssen 
Occ.Butcher in 
Heer,Neth. 

From Page 240 



(Al&> on Page Z47) 



MEIJER - WILHELMINE 
[Mina] 
(Tsoorl) 
HERTOG 
WUNGAARD 



B.7/9/1830 B.2/6/1829 

Ipplendorf Meerssen 

D.11/13/1910 D.5/7/1903 
Maastricht, Neth. Meerssen 

[Buried in *1 2/1 7/1 872 

Meerssen] Meerssen 



/To Page 250 
To 
_Page 
240 



LOUIS 

[Lodewijk] 

(Jechiet ben 

Avraham) 



CAROLINE 

(Miriam bat 

Eliezar) 

MARX 



HERTOG 



B. 1/5/1 836 

Meerssen 
D.1 1/22/1889 

Meerssen 



B.9/15/1838 
Meerssen 

D.3/8/1895 
Meerssen 

«2/26/1874 
Meerssen 



To Page 247 



B.12/1 1/1845 

Meerssen 
D.4/15/1889 

Meerssen 



[Her name afso 
appears as Cornelia 
and her father as 
Philippus Marx] 



To Page 247E 



To 
_Page 



JACOB -LENA HERMAN 
HERTOG 

HERTpg 



SALOMON - ADELHEID 
JEANNETTE 
HERTZ 
HERTQS 



B.12/21/1857 

Veghel 
D. 

oo7/l/1891 
Meerssen 



B.1 1/23/1864 

Heer 
D. 



B.2/1/1866 

Heer 
D.1 1/8/1899 

oo5/21/1899 



JOSEPH HERMAN 

(Avraham ben 

Chaim) 

HERTOG 



239B 



B. 



D. 



B.5/5/1869 

Heer 
D.9/18/1890 

Meerssen 



To Page 239A 



[There was a Helena Hertog who died in Veghel on 1 0/12/1 891 , perhaps a sister of Jacob Hertog.] 

239 



THE HERTOG FAMILY OF MEERSSEN. THE NETHERL ANHS 

AND THE WIJNGAARD/WYNGAARD AND SQESMAN FAMILIES 
RELATED TO THE ANSCHEL FAMILY OF POLCH 

SON OF SALOMON AND ADELHEID JEANNETTE (HERTZ^ HERTOfi 



FROM PAGE 239 



HERMAN - LORE 

ALEXANDER 

HERTOG 



B.4/12/1900 B.5/1 5/1910 

Maastricht lllingen 

D.1 1/30/1989 D.10/6/2000 

Maastricht Maastricht 



Salomon Hertog. Herman Hertoa. Lore Alexander Hertoa and Ruth Weher 



tQfl* 

Herman's father, Salomon Hertog, died November 8, 1899, less than six months after his 
marriage to Adelheid Jeannette Hertz, Herman was born five months after his father's death. 
Lore Alexander is the daughter of Laeo Alexander (born In lllingen, Saar on May 7, 1876) and 
Jetta Michel (born in Niedaltdorf on 12/20/1884). 

Henny Houweling-Zwart has been in regular contact with Ruth Weber (born on October 
1 1, 1918— see Page 674)), the daughter of her granduncle Joseph Weber. Ruth told Henny she 
had contact with Salomon Hertog, Herman Hertog and Lore Alexander and that since she 
had met Salomon Hertog it is untrue that he died on November 8, 1899. 

Ruth told Henny that "Herman wanted to marry - preferably not a Dutch girl, and we put 
an ad in the German Jewish newspaper. Lore Alexander was a very pretty, tall woman who 
even had money. She had been living in the Saarland and her sister was handicapped. Before 
the annexation to Germany and in order to save her sister, she married Herman and became a 
Dutch citizen. I had brought under peril my mother's jewels to them. We never saw them 
again. Herman affirmed he paid the Nazis with them." 



239A 



THE HERTOG FAMILY OF MEERSSEN. THF NETHERLANDS 

AND THE WIJNGAARD/WYNGAAR D AND SOESMAN FAMILIES 
RELATED TO THE ANSCHEL FAMILY OF POLCH 

CHILDREN OF HERMANN AND RQSINA (SCHMITZ1 HERTOG 

FROM PAGE 239 



From 

Page_ 

239 



ISIDORE 



ADELE 
HERTOG 



PE WINTER 



BENJAMIN - EMMA 
HERTOG 
(Divorced-7/6/1920) 
VANROQP 



B.1/28/1872 


B.12/14/1873 


B.9/15/1885 


B.7/14/1875 


Veghel 


Heer 


Hilversum 


Heer 


D. 


D. 


D. Holocaust 
Auschwitz 
2/1/1943 


D. 


oo6/6/1905 




«5/1 6/1907 




Meerssen 




Maastricht 
[Parents: izak 
Van Rood and 
Saartje Van 
der Hoeden] 





239B 



THE HERTQG FAMILY OF MEERSSEN. T HE NETHERLANDS 

AND THE WIJNGAARD/WYNGAARD AND SOESMAN FAMILIES 
RELATED TO THE ANSCHEL FAMILY OF POLCH 

CHILDREN OF JOSEPH AND ANNA f BLOEMGAARDENh HERTQG 

FROM PAGE 237 



From 

Page 

158 



Parents: Jacob Hertog 
and Sara Koperenberg 

of Till 



From 
Page 
239 



"i lbura 



Parents: Michiel 
and Johanna 
Isaija (Schaap) 
De Winter 



(Also on Page 158) 



ALEXANDER - CAROLINE 
(Alexander ben ( bat 
A vraham) Yose f Moshe) 
ANSCHEL 
HERTOG 



B.9/16/1830 

Meerssen 
D.I 2/1 3/1 907 

Meerssen 



B.7/30/1836 
Polch 

D.7/15/1915 
Meerssen 



ISAAC - SARA 
(Yitzchak Yaakov (Tsooral bat 
ben Avraham) Shimon) 
RICHAR 
HEREffi 



B. 11/5/ 1840 
Meerssen 

D.9/20/1909 
Meerssen 



B.5/24/1846 
Trier/Mosel 

D.1/11/1915 
Meerssen 

[Parents: Simon 

Richar and 



1 


LEVI JACOB- MIJNTJE 
DE WINTER 

oo 4/25/1855 B.7/15/1824 
Rossum 
D.Before 1862 


LENA / 
HERTOG 
HERTOG 



B.1 1/4/1810 B. 
Til burg Maastricht 



Francisca Bach] D. 



D. 



To Pages 242 A and 959 



oo6/17/1862 
Meerssen 



To Page 239 



JOSEPH - ADELHEID 

MEIJER (Edelbat 

Avraham) 

HERTOG 

C QSTER 



(Ulle, Frewqe) 



MEIJER - JEANETTE 
( bat 

Avraham) 
HERTOG 
FRANKEN 



To 
_Page 
240A 



EMMA 
( bat 

Avraham) 
HERTOG 



B.7/3/1848 
Amsterdam 
D.Before 1919 



»9/11/1888 

Meerssen 
Occ.Diamonds 
[He was the son 
of Joseph Meijer 
Coster and Saartje 
Barend Kater. His 
first marriage was 
to Hannatje Schilt, 
who died on 
10/22/1 887.-Henny 
Houweling-Zwart] 



B.9/6/1866 

Polch 
D.8/13/1932 

Luik (Liege), 

Belgium 
[Buried in 

Meerssen] 



B.3/16/1873 B.6/5/1871 B.7/26/1873 

Haaksbergen,Neth Meerssen Meerssen 

D.Holocaust D. 11 /1 2/1 923 D. 

Sobibor Almelo.Neth 

5/14/1943 
oo9/3/1903 
Meerssen 
Occ.Shopkeeper 
in Almelo,Neth. 
[He was the son of 
Levij Franken and 
Antje Goedhardt] 

[After Jeanette's death in 1923, Meyer Franken married Rosa Rothschild 
(born 5/16/1893 in Zimmersrode, Germany-perished in Sobibor 5/14/1943). 
They had a son, Gerson Franken, born 4/23/1936 in Almelo, the Netherlands, 
perished in Sobibor 5/14/1943.] 



240 



THE HERTOG FAMILY OF MEERSSEN. THE NETHERLANDS 

AND THE WIJNGAARD/WYNGAARD AND SOES MAN FAMILIES 
RELATED TO THE ANSCHEL FAMILY OF POLCH 

CHILDREN OF ALEXANDER AND CAROLINE (ANSCHEL^ HERTOfi 

FROM PAGE 240 



From 

Page_ 

240 



(Leeuwarden. Netherlands) 



MEIJER - MATHILDE 
( bat 

Avraham) 
HERTOG 
ME1JERS fMAYERSI 



To 

_Page 

241 



ELISA 

( bat 

Avraham) 

HERTOG 



B.9/28/1875 
Almelo,Neth. 
D. Holocaust 
Auschwitz 
11/2/1942 
-8/23/1910 

Meerssen 
Occ. Butcher in 
Liege, Belgium 
[He was the son of 
Samuel Meijers 
and Saartje de 

Wolff] 



B.5/19/1875 

Meerssen 
D. Holocaust 



B.2/19/1877 
Meerssen 

D.2/21/1877 
Meerssen 



240A 



THE HERTOG FAMILY OF MEERSSEN. THE NETHERLANDS 

AND THE WIJNGAARD/WYNG AARD AND SOESMAN FAMIUFS 

RELATED TO THE ANSCHEL FAMILY Of POLCH 

CHILDREN OF ALEXANDER AND CAROLIN E (ANSCHEL^ HFRTOft 

FROM PAGE 240 



From 

Page. 

240 



HENRI - JOHANNA 
HERTOG 

WQLE 



JOSEF ALEXANDER- 



SELMA 
SCHAUMBERGER 



B. 
D. 



HERTOG 



B.3/28/1878 
Meerssen 

D.8/28/1954 
Courgent 



SYLVAN 



WOLF 



B. 

D.I 986 



B.8/3/1880 
Meerssen 

D.Holocaust 
Auschwitz 
9/26/1942 

Occ. Merchant in 

cattle with horns 




B.6/23/1894 

Angenrod (near Aspelt), 
Germany 
D.Holocaust 

Auschwitz 

9/26/1942 

[Parents: Salomon 

Schaumberger and 

Fanny Gras (4/23/1862/ 
Bastheim-Hoiocaust- 

Auschwitz-10/1942] 



B.4/28/1882 
Meerssen 
D.Holocaust 
5/7/1943 
Sobibor 



To Page 242 



(Texas) 



ROMAIN 



WOLF 



B. 



B. 



[The recordkeeper in Meerssen indicates that another daughter of Alexander and Karolina 

(Anschel) Hertog, named Josianna, was born on March 28, 1878, the same date as Johanna's 

birth in Meerssen. No one knows anything about her. The recoredkeeper also indicates Karolina 

Anschel Hertoig was born in "Bocholtz (Pruissen)" but this is definitely incorrect, as she was 

born in Polch.] 



241 



THE HERTQG FAMILY OF MEERSSEN. THE NETHFRI ANDS 

AND THE WIJNGAARD/WYNGAARD A ND SQESMAN FAMILIF51 
RELATED TO THE ANSCHEL FAMILY OF POt CM 

CHILDREN OF JOSEF ALEXANDER AND SELMA ( SCHAUMBERGER^ HERTQG 

FROM PAGE 241 



LILY CAROLINA 



HERTQS 



B.7/18/1915 
Meerssen 

D.9/30/1915 
Meerssen 



ARNO - MADELINE 

(ALEXANDER) BALLONGUE 

HERTQG 



B.9/3/1916 
Meerssen 

D.3/17/1999 
New York 



B.I 2/9/1 922 
Mers-el-Kebir 
Algeria (France) 



JEAN JOSEPH 



HERTQG 



CHARLES HENRI PIERRE - JOHANNA 
/ REMY HERTOG 
B.2/22/1918 

Liege, Belgium 
D. 1/3/1 968 
Lieae.Be|giqm 


JEAN 
DETRIXHE 


- 


B.3/22/1925 
Li6ge,Belgium 


B.5/21/1920 
Meerssen 

Occ.Etementary 
School Teacher 



B.6/15/1955 
New York 



Occ.Suffolk County,NY 
Probation Department 



1 


NIKLAUS 


- MICHELLE JOSETTE 


KLEEB 


REMY 


B.9/19/1938 




Zug,Switzerland 




(Divorced 1 ) 


*> 


RAYMOND 


SCHILS 





B. 



B.1/20/1947 
Liege,Beigium 



242 



THE HERTOG FAMILY OF MEERSSEN. THF NETHERLANDS 

AND THE WIJNGAARD/WYNGAARD AND SOESMAN FAMILIES 
RELATED TO THE ANSCHEL FAMIl Y OF PHI CH 

CHILDREN OF ISAAC A ND SARA (RICHARD HERTOG 

[Information compiled by Henny Houweling-Zwart] 
FROM PAGE 240 



















T 
Pao 




e 
IB 


1 From Page 951 
UAIso on Paae 959) 1 




242 


ELIAS ISAAC 
HERT 


- HENRIETTA 
BERLIN 

OG 


ALPHONSE ISAA 
HER1 


£ - ADELHEID 
FRANK 


ALBERT - HEDWIG 
SALOMON 

HERTOG 




B.1 0/24/1 873 
Meerssen,Neth. 

D.2/ /1 932 
Valkenburg 

ool0/12/1899 
Meckenheim 
[Probably movec 
Holland in Mai 


B.I 0/20/1 872 
Meckenheim 
D. 

to Meerssen, 
rch, 1 900] 


B.1 1/16/1874 

Meerssen 
D.8/24/1954 

Groningen,Neth 
[Buried in 
lepenlaan,Neth] 


B. 

D.6/2/1947 
Groningen.Netr 
[Buried in 
lepenlaan.Neth] 


B.l 1/5/1876 
Meerssen 

D.Holocaust 
i Auschwitz 
11/2/1942 


B.7/3/1876 
Wetzlar,Ger. 

D.Holocaust 
Auschwitz 
11/2/1942 




To Page 959 




WERNER 
HERTOG 












B.l 0/20/1 909 

Gelsenkirchen 
D.Holocaust 

Buchenwald 

3/29/1945 
[Arrested by the Nazis 
8/25/1 942 and arrived in 
Auschwitz 4/1/1944] 





PAUL ISAAC - BETHJE LOUISE 
HESTER 
VAN DIJK 
HERTQS 



HERTOG 



GRUNEWALD 



B.10/1/1909 
Maastricht 

D.Holocaust 
Auschwitz 
12/ /1 944 

<»9/24/1942 
Groningen 



B. 



B.9/20/1909 
Oostvoorne 

D.Holocaust 
Auschwitz 
6/30/1944 



[Parents: Henri Salomon 
and Saartje (Levie) Van Dijk] 



B. 



Maastricht 



(Living in Gronin- 
gen, Neth. in 
1999) 



242A 



THE HERTOG FAMILY OF MEERSSEN. THE NETHERLANDS 

AND THE WIJNGAARD/WYNGAARD AND SOESMAN FAMILIES 
RELATED TO TH E ANSCHEL FAMILY OF POLCH 

CHILDREN OF ISAAC AND SARA fRICHAR) HERTOG 

[information compiled by Henny Houweling-Zwart] 
FROM PAGE 240 



ISRAEL- REGINA 
DE JONGH 



PEW , 



B. 

D. 

From 

Page_ 

242A 



NTER 



ROELOF 



FETTJE 
ELTE 



FRANK 



B. 
D. 



B. 
D. 



B. 
D. 



HERTOG - JOHANNA 
HERTOG 

PE WINTER 



B.6/18/1867 
Veghel,Neth. 

D.Holocaust 
Auschwitz 
9/9/1944 

«9/9/1903 
Meerssen 



B.6/29/1878 
Meerssen 

D.Holocaust 
Auschwitz 
9/6/1944 



ISAAC DANIEL 



PE WINTER 



PE WINTER 



B.I 2/8/1 908 
Veghel 

D.Holocaust 
5/9/1945 
Central Europe 



B. 



Veghel? 



IZADORIS IZAAK - VIRGINIE 
HERTOG 

FRANK 



B.6/30/1876 
Ooststellingwerf/ 
Oldeberkoop.Neth. 
D.Holocaust 

Auschwitz? 

11/19/1943 
»5/15/1908 

Meerssen 
Occ. Principal 



MOZES MEIJER - 



COHEN 



ADELE 
HERTOG 



B. 



D 



.8/12/1884 
Meerssen 

Holocaust 
Auschwitz? 
Sobibor? 
11/19/1943 




B.9/14/1877 
Assen 

D.Holocaust 
Sobibor 
5/7/1943 

Occ Town 

Councillor of 

Amsterdam 

(1936-38), 

Member of 
Parliament 
(9/15/1936- 
3/1940) 



B.4/28/1882 
Meerssen 

D.Holocaust 
Sobibor 
5/7/1943 



B.7/25/1886 
Zwolle 

D.Holocaust 
Auschwitz 
1/31/1944 



B.4/2/1909 

Emmen 
D.Holocaust 
Bergen-Belsen 

4/30/1945 




B.6/23/1934 
Amsterdam? 



242B 



THE HERTOG FAMILY OF MEERSSEN. THE NETHERLANDS 

AND THE WIJNGAARD/WYNGAARD AND SOESMA N FAMII..IFS 
RELATED TO THE ANSCHEL FAMILY OF POLCH 

CHILDREN OF MOZES MEIJER AND ADELE (HERTOrO P.OHFN 

[Information compiled by Henny Houweling-Zwart] 
FROM PAGE 242B 



JOANNES - 
KROON 
B.4/16/1910 
Amsterdam 
D. 

«12/20/1934 
Amsterdam 


BETSY 
COHEN 


DIEDERIK - 
KRAAUrW 




ALFRED 



CQH5N 



B.2/4/1910 
Amsterdam- 
Watergraafsmeer 



B.5/24/1912 
Amsterdam 

D. Holocaust 
Auschwitz 
2/11/1944 

co7/30/1935 
Amsterdam 



B.8/29/1911 

Amsterdam- 

Watergraafsmeer 
D.Holocaust 

Ausachwitz 

9/19/1942 



B.1/4/1916 
Amsterdam 

D.4/9/1937 
Amsterdam 



B.l 1/28/1928 
Amsterdam 

D. 

Occ.Artist 



[Johannes Kroon was a Roman Catholic. 
Betsy is not listed in the Dutch Holocaust 
Database, according to Henny Houweling-Zwart.] 



WALTER 



LIESBETH 
KRAAIJPOEL 
(Divorced- 1983) 
CROMMELIN 



B.8/19/1948 
Rotterdam 



B.5/14/1953 
Amsterdam 



ooll/24/1975 

Amsterdam 
Occ.Artist 



242C 



THE HERTOG FAMILY OF MEERSSEN. THE NETHERLANDS 

AND THE WIJNGAARD/WYNGAARD AND S QESMAN FAMILIES 
RELATED TO THE ANSCHE L FAMILY OF POLCH 

DAUGHTER OF BERNARDUS AND JOHANNA (VOGTS1 HFRTOGS 



FROM PAGE 237 



RABBI MOSES - 
(Ha Rav Moshe) 



SQESMAN 



B. 
D. 



LEIJSER - EVA 

(Eliezar) JACOB 

(Formerly (HARTOG) 

Lazarus Levie) 

SQESMAN 



B. 
D. 



LEON 
(Jehudah ben 
Ha Rav Moshe) 



SQESMAN 



B.1/5/1782 
D.1/9/1877 



AMBROSIUS - HENRETTE 
(Pinchas ben (Jetta bat Ha Rav 
Char Eliezar) David Herman) 

HERTOGS 
SQESMAN 



B.10/18/1799 

Meerssen 
D.12/15/1871 

Meerssen 
oo9/5/1837 

Meerssen 




DAVID 
(Tovah ben 
Pinchas) 



SOPHIA 
(Sara bat 
Eliezar) 

SOESMAN 



CAEN 



ABRAHAM 
(Avraham ben 
Eliezar) 

SQESMAN 



B.5/15/1815 

Gufpen 
D.1/20/1892 

Meerssen 



B. 



D. 



B.I 2/9/1 808 

Meerssen 
D.I 2/26/1 878 

(See note on 
Page 245) 



B.c.1811 

Meerssen 
D.9/10/1867 

Meerssen 
[Buried in Meerssen] 



SALOMON 
(Shlomo ben Pinchas) 

SOESMAN 



B.9/5/1859 

Meerssen 
D.8/17/1923 

Aldaar,Neth. 
[Buried in Meerssen] 



Salomon was the youngest of nine children. The others were: 
•Karel (born 6/19/1838), -Jeanette (born 5/16/1840, -Rosalie 
born 1/24/1843, -Jacob (born 1/4/1845, -August (born 11/25/1847), 
•Helena (born 7/8/1850), ♦ Servaas (born 1 /23/1855), and Maurltz 
born 12/6/ 1857). All nine children were born in Meerssen, 



243 



THE HERTQG FAMILY QF MEERSSEN. T HE NETHERLANDS 

AND THE WUNGA ARD/WYNGAARD AND SOESMAN FAMILIES 
RELATED TO THE ANSCHE L FAMILY OF POLCH 

CHILDREN Q FLEIJSERAND EVA (JACOB FHARTOGn SOESMAN 



FROM PAGE 243 
AND 
CHILDREN QF JACOB AND („.. 



,)HER TOGS 



FROM PAGE 237 



From 
Page 
243 



l 



JACOB - EVA 
(Yaakov ben (Miriam bat 

Eliezar) Ha Rav Yaakov) 
HERTOGS 
SOESMAN 



B.12/23/1815 

Meerssen 
D.6/1 1/1897 

Meerssen 
-11/20/1855 

Meerssen 



B.6/27/1832 

Gulpen 
D.4/1/1888 

Meerssen 



They had six children, alt born in Meerssen: 

• Louis Jacob (born 1 1/7/1856) 

• Maria Anna (bornl 0/8/1 858) 

• Senetta (born 1/29/1860) [daughter] 

• Sophia (born 3/13/1 862) (See note on Page 245) 

• Eduard (born 5/7/1864 

• Carolina (born 6/1 1/1866) 



244 



THE HERTOG FAMILY OF MEERSSEN. THE NETHERLANDS 

AND THE WIJNGAAR D/WYNGAARD AND SOESMAN FAMILIES 
RELATED TO THE ANSCHEL F AMILY OF POLCH 

SON OF LEON AND ( ^SOESMAN 

FROM PAGE 243 



JOSEPH 
(Yosef ben 

Jehudah) 
SQESMAN 



B. 



D.I 0/20/1 861 



CHILDREN OF AND ( ) SOESMAN 

The following Soesman family members may have been children of Leijser 
(Eliezar) or Leon Soesman — or another Soesman, or they may have been 

husband and wife.] 



FROM PAGE 243? 



SOPHIA 



SOESMAN 



SALOMON 



SQ ESMAN 



B. 

D.1 2/26/1 897 

[Buried in Meerssen] 



B.2/1 2/1851 
D.3/22/1896 
[Buried in Meerssen] 



[Based on Information from Henny Houweling-Zwart, there apparently were four women named 
Sophia Soesman in the area. The one, above, who died in 1897, a second Sophia Soesman who 

appears on Page 247C (for whom there is no date of death, but whose daughter was born in 

1900, more than two years after the death of the Sophia listed above), a third Sophia Soesman 

who appears on Page 244, and a fourth Sophia Soesman who appears on Page 243 and who 

died in 1878.1 



245 



THE HERTOG FAMILY OF MEERSSEN. THE NETHERLANDS 

AND THE WIJNGAARD/WYNGAA RD AND SQESMAN FAMILIES 
RELATED TO THE ANSCHEL FAMILY OF POLCH 

CHILDREN OF ALEXANDER AND MAGDALENA (CAAN^ HERTOG 

FROM PAGE 237 



From 

Page_ 

237 



MOSES - MENDELINE 
(Moshe) GROENENBERG 
(Moysen) (Mayer) 

HEEDQSS 



B.8/10/1790 

Meerssen 
D. 

co6/1/l 81 5 

Obbicht en 
Papenhoven.Neth 
Occ.Day Laborer 



DAVID 



HELENE 
HARTOG 



MEYER 




B.2/2/1787 
Schwanenberg 

D. 

[Parents; Abraham 
and Sara (Jacob) 
Groenenberg] 



B. 



Weisweiler 
D. 

«5/31/1810 

Sittard 
[Parents: 

Josaeus Levi 

Meyer and 

Kneudele Isaac] 



B.3/8/1788 
Houthem 

D.3/23/1847 
Eschweiler 

Occ.Servant 



Meerssen 

D. 

Occ.House Maid 



To Page 247B 



SARA 
HERTOGH 



MINA 
HERTOG 



SOPHIA 
HERTOGH 



JOSEPH 



HERTOG 



JUDIG 
HERTOG 



MOSES 



HERTOG 



B.1/4/1817 


B.5/17/1822 


B.1/1/1824B.5/2/1827 


B.2/9/1830B. 


Obbicht 


Linne 


Linne Linne 


Linne 


D. 


D. 


D. D. 


D. D. 



246 



From 

Page. 

237 



THE HERTOG FAMILY OF MEERSSEIM. THE NETHERLANDS 

AND THE WIJNGAARD/WYNGAARD AND SQ ESMAN FAMILIES 
RELATED TO THE ANSCHEL FAMILY OF POLCH 

CHILDREN OF HERTZ AND CORNELIA (SALOMONS WYNIGAARD 

FROM PAGE 237 

There were six other children: Jacobus (2/27/1798), Cosman (6/16/1800), Mendel (1/8/1802), 
Yuda Hertz (2/6/1805). Louise (11/21/1810-1/12/1811) and Fraatje (Frederika) 7/10/1814- 



1 0/1 8/1 886lSee httD://www.dutch-iewrv.ora/rneerssen/defdauit f htm 



LYSER MIHIEL - 
(Jechiel ben 
Zvi Ha-Levi) 



WYNGMRP 



SALOMON 
(Shmoel ben 
Zvi Ha-Levi) 



EVA 

SALOMON 

(Hana bat 

Meir) 

WYNGAARD 



B.3/6/1807 

Meerssen 

D.2/7/1871 

Meerssen 
[Buried in 
Meerssen] 



B. 



D. 



B.3/15/1803 

Meerssen 
D.9/5/1880 



ISAAC - EVA 
(Yitzchakben HARTOGS 
Zvi Hirsch) (Hana bat Moshe) 
WYNGAARD/ 
WUNGAART 



B.c.1 809-10 
Brugge, Belgium 
D.7/30/1849 

Meerssen 
[Buried in 
Meerssen] 



B.1 1/14/181 1 

Meerssen 
D. 1/4/1 878 
Meerssen 
«2/l/l854 
Gulpen 
[Prestdent,Meerssen 
Jewish Community] 

To Page 249 
From Page 237 



B.5/31/1827 
Gulpen.Neth. 
D.6/1/1903 
Meerssen 
[Parents: Lodewijk 
Hartogs and Re- 
becca Wijngaard. 
See Page 237A] 
To 
—Page 



(Ais^ on Page 239) 



MEYER 

(Meir ben 

Shmuel) 



MINA 
(Tsoorf bat 

) 
HERTOG 



WIJNGAARD 



B.2/6/1829 
Meerssen 

D. 
Meerssen 

«12/17/1872 
Meerssen 



SARA 
(Sara bat 

Shmuel) 
WIJNGAARD 



B.1/1 5/1836 

Meerssen 
D.1 1/22/1889 
[Buried in 

Meerssen] 
[Her parents: 
Josephus Neuman 
and Betta Hertog] 



B.3/3/1836 
Meerssen 
D. 



SALOMON - HELENA 
(Shlomoben NEUMANN 

Shmuel) 

WUNGAARD 



LEON 
WIJNGAARD 



B.l 1/29/1856 

Meerssen 
D. 



B.4/28/1840 

Meerssen 
D.12/13/1917 

Meerssen 
[Buried in 
Meerssen] 
»8/5/l 884 

Meerssen 



MAX 



CAROLINE 
WUNGAARD 



KOHN 




B.l 2/24/1 844 
Roermond.Neth 
D.2/17/1922 

Meerssen 
[Buried in 

Meerssen] 



B.3/18/1844 
Meerssen 

.D.5/10/1931 
Meerssen 

[Buried in 
Meerssen] 



EMILIA EVA 
WIJNGAARD 



HAIPARIN 



MAX - HENRIETTE-ANNA 
WIJNGAARD 

HIRSCHMANN 



B.1/5/1871 B.12/18/1878 


B. 


Vienna Meerssen 




D. D. 


D. 


»2/20/1901 


00 


Meerssen 


Brussels? 



B.l 0/25/1 874 
Meerssen 

D. 



B. 



D. 



oc2/20/1901 



B.6/21/1877 
Meerssen 

D.Holocaust 
(Deported 
Aug. 1942) 



To Page 247A 



247 



THE HERTOG FAMILY OF MEERSSEN. THE NETHERLANDS 

AND THE WIJNGAARD/WYNGAARD AND S OESMAN FAMILIES 
RELATED TO THE A NSCHEL FAMILY OF POLCH 

DAUGHTER OF MAX AND HENR1ETTE-ANNE fWIJNGAARm HIRSCHMANN 



FROM PAGE 247 



(Antwem.Belaium) 



ELSA 
HIRSCHMANN 



B. 



INQWLQCKj 

B. 



247A 



THE HERTOG FAMILY OF MEERSSEN. THE NETHERLANDS 

AND THE WL1NGAAR D/WYNGAARD AND SQESMAN FAMILIES 
RELATED TO THE ANSCHEL F AMILY OF POLCH 

CHILDREN OF DAVID AND HELENE (HARTQG^ MEYER 



FROM PAGE 246 



CLEMENS -MARIA ANNA 
MEYER 

COQPMAN 



SIMON 



SIBILLA 
MEYER 



HARTQCH 



B. B.2/11/1815 B.1808 

Eysden,Neth. Eschweiler Maastricht 

D. D. D.1876 

oo6/13/1850 °°6/24/1852 

Maastricht 

[Parents: [Parents: 

Salomon Coopman Hendrik Hartoch 

and Madelafne and Jeanne 

Levij] Joanna Jacobs) 

Daniel] 



BJ/16/1817 
Eschweiler 
D. 



NATAN 

oo10/14/1846 
Linne,Neth 



- BELU\ 
BLOCK 
B. 

Munden,Ger. 
D.6/27/1850 
Upne.N^th- 



ANNA 
MEYER 

CROQNENBERG 



To 

Page 

247D 

To 
Page 
247G 



B.4/28/1815 
Obbicht f Neth. 

D.1 1/21/1894 
Sittard,Neth 

•11/5/1852 
Linne,Neth 

[Parents: Isack 
Cronenberg and 
Brendel Joseph] 



B.12/28/1818 
Eschweiler 

D.2/21/1891 
Sittard,Neth 



[Bella Block's parents: 
Mousus Block and 
Jetta Levie.] 



DAVID - LIENTJE 
VANOOST 

HARTQCH 



MEUER 



HELENA 
HARTOCH 



GQLPSTCIN 



B.C. 1855 
Maastricht 
D. 



B.C. 1860 

St.Maartensdijk 

D. 



B. 



Maastricht 



D. 



oo 4/17/1895 [Parents: Jan • 10/18/1887 
Utrecht Johan Van Oost Maastricht 

andWillemina [Parents: Jacob 
Hengstmengel] Goldstein and 
Also see notes Magdalena 
bebw, Maijer] 



a 

:h 



lABRAHAM-JOANNA 
HARTOCI 

WUNQAA8D 



ALEXANDER- ARIETTE 
AGGEN 



KRQON 



mm 



B. 



Maastricht 



D. 



B. 

Maastricht 
D. 



B. B. 10/1 8/1 858 

Maastricht Linne,Neth. 



D. 



P 



To Page 247C 



~ 8/11/1880 
Maastricht 
[Parents: 
Michael Wijn- 
gaard and 
Helena 
Vissers] 



D.9/1 1/1930 
Katwijk.Neth 

eo 8/14/1889 
Sittard.Neth. 



B.3/1 1/1865 

Paris 
D. Holocaust 

Auschwitz 

1/28/1944 
[Daughter of 
Sarah Aggen] 



To Page 247C 



David Hartoch was Uentje Van Oost's second husband. She married Gijsbertus Kamperman - son of Gerrit 
Kamperman and Anna Wilhelmina Muller - in Amersfoort, the Netherlands on 11/28/1864. They had four children: 
Gerrit (born 1/3/1887), Gerrit [born 1/25/1888), Anna Wilehelmina (born 4/17/1890) and Gijsbertus (born lin Utrecht 
c.1893). The second Gerrit married three times in Rotterdam, to: Sara Poulona Van Moorsel (on 6/10/1915- 
divorced 4/25/1918), Coleta Maria Van Tilburg (on 6/18/1919-divorced 3/3/1925) and Wilhelmina Chrisman (on 
12/16/1925). Gijsbertus married Jannigje Hofman in Rotterdam 11/12/1913 - divorced 9/22/1922. 
Lientje and David Hartoch had a daughter, Johanna Hartoch, who was born in 1896. On 11/30/1921 in Rotterdam, 
she married Aart Zondervan fborn in Rotterdam c. 1.891). son of Govert Zondervan and Helen a Wilhelmina Standaar. 



247B 



THE HERTOG FAMILY OF MEERSSEN. THE NETHERLANDS 

AND THE WIJNGAA RD/WYNGAARD AND SOESMAN FAMILIES 
RELATED TO THE ANSCHEL FAMILY OF POLCH 

CHILDREN OFMEUERAND HELENA (HARTOCm GOLDSTEIN 

FROM PAGE 247B 



JACQUES MEIJER - OLGA 
SAMUEL 

ggpSTQN 



B.l/31/1892 

Maastricht 

D.Holocaust 

Auschwitz 

2/26/1943 

«10/5/1922 

Maastricht 
[Both Jacques 
Meijer and Olga 
were deported 
by the Nazis 
from Wester- 
borkj 



ABRAHAM - CAROLINA 
GOLDSTEIN 



PEVRI 



ES. 



B.5/13/1900 

Maastricht 
D.Holocaust 

Auschwitz 

10/12/1942 
[Parents: Maurits 
Samuel and 
Sophia Soesman. 
Sophia Soesman's 
parents were 
Karel Soesman and 
Jetta Goldstein of 
Sittard, the Neth.] 
(See note on Page 245 
for Sophia and Page 
243 for Karel) 



B.1/2/1891 
Rotterdam 

D.9/5/1940 
Rotterdam 

■Q7/6/1914 
Maastricht 
[Parents: Hartog 
De Vries and 
Rosetta Samson] 



B.9/6/1888 
Maastricht 

D.Holocaust 
Auschwitz 
10/15/1942 

[Deported from 

Westerbork] 



SYLVAIN LOUIS 



GOLDSTEIN 



HARTOG ABRAHAM 



PE VRIES 



B.I 2/28/1 91 5 
Rotterdam 



B.6/19/1928 
The Hague 

D.Holocaust 
Auschwitz 
10/12/1942 



CHILDREN OF ALEXANDER AND ARIETTE (AGGER) KRQQNENBERG 

FROM PAGE 247B 



SALOMON - SEBILLA 
LEMAN 

KRQQNENPIERQ 



NICOU\AS - ANNA 

KROONENBERG 

KLQQT? 



B.6/30/1891 
Geertruidenberg 

D. 
«3/21/19l6 


B.3/3/1893 
The Hague 

D.5/5/1993 

Katwijk,Neth. 
[Parents: Salomon 


B. B.10/5/1893 
Naaldwijk.Neth 
D. D. 

«9/10/1918 


Leiden, Neth 


Leman, Cornelia De Wit] 


Leiden,Neth 



[Holocaust survivors] 



247C 



THE HERTOG FAMILY OF MEERSSEN. THE NETHERLANDS 

AND THE WIJNGAARD/WYNGAARD AND SQESMAN FAMILIES 
RELATED TO THE ANSCHEL FAMILY OF POLCH 

CHILDREN OF DAVID AND HELENE (HARTQG^ MEYER 



FROM PAGE 246 




B.12/8/1823 
Eschweiler 

D. 



247D 



THE HERTOG FAMILY OF MEERSSEN. THE NETHERLANDS 

AND THE WIJNGAARD/WYNGAARD AND SQESMAN FAMILIES 
RELATED TO THE ANSCHEL FAMILY OF POLCH 

CHILDREN OF LODEWIJK AND CORNELIA (MARX^ HERTOG 



FROM PAGE 239 



JOZEF LOUIS 



HERTOG 




B.12/18/1874 

Meerssen 
D. 



B.4/28/1876 
Meerssen 

D.5/12/1876 
Meerssen 



HEIMAN 
VAN DER WOUDE 



5.12/24/1910 
Leeuwarden 

Jo7/1/1902 
Leeuwarden 



ANNA 
HERTOG 



JACOB 
VAN PER WQUPi; 



To 

_Page 

247F 



EVA EMILIE 



rWQg 



B.3/4/1879 
Meerssen 

D.Holocaust 
Sobibor 
3/20/1943 



B. 



D, 



8.5/14/1875 

Franeker,Neth 
D.7/14/1932 
Leeuwarden 
co4/6/1912 
Leeuwarden 
[Heiman and Jacob 
Van der Woude were 
brothers and the 
sons of Abraham and 
Froukje/Fogeltje 
Fegla Van der Woude] 



5/22/1877 

Meerssen 

Holocaust 

Auschwitz 

9/10/1943 



ISAAC 



- CAROLINA 
VAN DER WOUDE 



PREESE 



B.7/1 5/1899 
Leeuwarden 

D.Holocaust 
Auschwitz 
10/12/1943 

001923 
Leeuwarden 



B.4/28/1903 
Leeuwarden 

D.Holocaust 
Auschwitz 
9/17/1943 



247E 



THE HERTOG FAMILY OF MEERSSEN. THE NETHERLANDS 

AND THE WIJNGAARP/WYNGAARD AND SQESMAN FAMILIES 
RELATED TO THE ANSCHEL FAMILY OF POLCH 

CHILDREN OF LODEWIJK AND CORNELIA (MARX1 HERTOG 

FROM PAGE 239 



From 
Page. 




JENNE 
HERTOG 



B.1 0/1 2/1 881 


B.1/10/1884 


Meerssen 


Meerssen 


D. 


D. 



247F 



THE HERTQG FAMILY OF MEERSSEN. THE NETHERLANDS 

AND THE WIJNGAARD/WYNGAARD AND SQESMAN FAMILIES 
RELATED TO THE ANSCHEL FAMILY OF POLCH 

SON OF NATAN AND BELLA (BLOCKS CRQQNENBERG 

FROM PAGE 247B 



IZAAK 



CRQ QN i 



SOPHIA 
GOLDSTEIN 

PMBERg 



B.3/31/1845 
Unne,Neth. 
D. 

003/11/1867 
Sittard,Neth, 



B.3/20/1838 
Sittard.Neth. 
D. 

[Parents: Moses Goldstein 
and Sophia Freudenthal] 



LEIZER 



ANNA 
CROONENBERG 



STRAU S 



B. 



Wisch,Neth. 



D. 



B.7/19/1867 
Echt,Neth. 

D. 



«>5/26/1891 
Stttard,Neth. 
[Parents: Wolf 
Straus and 
Carolina Leizer] 



WILLEM - BERTHA 

CROONENBERG 

VlEESCHHQUWEft 




To 

-Page 

247H 



ADOLF 



CROONENBERG 1 



B.2/24/1873 
Amsterdam 
D.Holocaust 

5/28/1943 

Sobibor 

[Deported from 
Westerbork] 
[Parents: 
Machiel Leendert 
Vleeschhouwer 
and Saartje Koster] 



B.2/15/1869 
Echt,Neth. 

D.Holocaust 
5/28/1943 
Sobibor 

[Deported from 

Westerbork] 



B.I 0/22/1 870 
Sittard,Neth. 

D.Holocaust 
5/28/1943 
Sobibor 

[Deported from 

Westerbork] 



B.3/29/1872 
Sittard.Neth. 

D.5/27/1872 
Sittard,Neth. 



247G 



THE HERTOG FAMILY OF MEERSSEN. THE NETHERLANDS 

AND THE WIJNGAARD/WYNGA ARD AND SOESMAN FAMILIES 
RELATED TO THE ANSCHEL FAMILY OF POLCH 

CHILDREN OFIZAAKAND SOPHIA (GOLDSTEINS CROONENBERG 

FROM PAGE 247G 



From 
Page. 



247G 1 














LEVIE JUDA - HENRIETTE 
CROONENBERG 




MEIJER - EMMA 

CROONENBERG 




BLANCHE 
CROONENBERG 


PRIMER 


PRINS 






B.6/1/1876 



B.1 0/5/1 883 B.2/4/1874 

Hoorn.Neth. Sittard,Neth. 

D.Hoiocaust D.Holocaust 

5/28/1943 5/28/1943 

Sobibor Auschwitz 

ooi/i9/1904 [Both Levie Juda 
Arnhem,Neth. and Henriette 

[Parents: Juda were deported 

Bremer and from Westerbork] 

Judith Koster] 



B.1 1/30/1 879 
Amsterdam 

D. Before 
Holocaust 

-9/1 2/1906 
Amsterdam 

[Parents: Salomon 
Meijer Prins and 
Esther Kaasj 



B.5/22/1875 
Sittard.Neth. 

D.Holocaust 
3/5/1943 
Sobibor 

[Deported from 

Westerbork] 



Sittard.Neth. 
D.Holocaust 
2/1/1943 
Auschwitz 
[Deported from 
Westerbork] 



247H 



THE HERTOG FAMILY OF MEERSSEN. THE NETHERLANDS 

AND THE WIJNGAARP/WYNGAARD AND SQESMAN FAMILIES 
RELATED TO THE ANSCHEL FAMILY OF POLCH 

CHILDREN OF SALOMON AND EVA (SALOMONS WYNGAARD 



FROM PAGE 247 



From 

Page_ 

247 



FREDERICA 
WIJNGAARD 



MOSES 



WIJNGAARP 



B.1 2/27/1 832 
Meerssen 

D. 



B.2/12/1838 
Meerssen 

D.5/23/1841 
Meerssen 



WILHELMINA 



WUN6AARP 



B.6/20/1842 
Meerssen 

D.I 2/1 3/1 897 
Meerssen 



To 

—Page 
248A 



LOUIS SALOMON - 
[LEVI SALOMON] 



WUNGAARP 



ANNA 
STERN 
(Chana bat 
Serge) 



B.5/14/1848 
Meerssen 

D.3/5/1930 
Meerssen 

[Buried in 

Meerssen] 



B.c.1 853 

D.2/10/1930 

Meerssen 
[Buried in 
Meerssen] 



248 



THE HERTOG FAMILY OF MEERSSEN. THE NETHERLANDS 

AND THE WUNGAARD/WYNGAAR D AND SOESMAN FAMILIES 
RELATED TO THE ANSCHEL F AMILY OF POLCH 

CHILDREN OF SALOMON A ND EVA (SALOMONS WYNGAARD 

FROM PAGE 247 



(Maastricht) 



JOANNES 



HELENA 
DANIELS 



VISSERS 



B. 



a 



From 

Page_ 

248 



B. 



D. 



ELIAS 



REGINA 
WIJNGAARD 



YiSSEES. 



B.3/31/1842 
Maastricht 
D. 

odII/10/1874 

Meerssen 




B.I 2/27/1 833 

Meerssen 
D.I 874 



B.12/17/1846 
Meerssen 

D.8/26/1848 
Meerssen 



(Maastricht) 



IZAAK HERTOG - SOPHIE 
BOCK 

HEIRSCH 



B. 
D. 



L 



LEOPOLD 



- EVA EMMA 
VISSERS 



HEIRSCH 



B. 



Maastricht 
D. 

oo12/20/1900 
Maastricht 



JULES 



EUGENIE 
VISSERS 



DEWIED 



B. 



B. 



Maastricht 



D. 



B.2/17/1879 
Maastricht 

D.Holocaust 
Sobibor 
3/5/1943 



MAX WILLEM - BERNARDINE 
HEIRSCH 

BOAESSON 



B. B. 

Middleburg,Neth Maastricht 
D. D. 

«10/6/1920 
Roosendaal.Neth 



Li£ge,Bel. 
D. 

oo2/18/1902 
Maastricht 
[His parents: 
Simon De Wied 
and Marie 
Marchand] 



[Max Willem Boaesson was the son of Frederik Albert Boaesson 
and Catharina Speijer.] 



248A 



THE HERTOG FAMILY OF MEERSSEN. THE NETHERLANDS 

AND THE WIJNGAARD/WYNGAARD AND SOFSMAN FAMILIES 

RELATED TO THE ANSCHEL FAMILY OF POLCH 

CHILDREN OF ISAAC AND EVA f HARTQG S^ WYNGAARD 



FROM PAGE 247 



SALOMON -?- LISETTA 
DAVID 

WUNGAARP 



B.5/27/1855 

Meerssen 
D. 



ANTONETTE 



WUNGAARP 



B.3/5/1858 
Meerssen 

D.5/7/1934 
Heerlen 




B.9/5/1860 B.2/5/1861 

Meerssen 
D.2/11/1934 D.4/23/1945 



To Page 250 



249 



THE HERTOG FAMILY OF MEERSSEN, THE NETHERLANDS 

AND THE WIJNGAAR D/WYNGAARD AND SOESMAN FAMILIES 

RELATED TO THE ANSCHEL FA MILY OF POLCH 

CHILDREN OFPHILIPPAND EVA fWIJNGAARm MARX 

FROM PAGE 239 




ALEXANDER- JOHANNA 


MACHIELS 


HERTZ-DAHL 


B. 


B. 


D. 


D. 



D. 10/26/1 872 

[Buried in 
Meerssen] 



JOSEPH - REGINA 

(Yosefben MARX 

Yaakov Ha-Levi) ( bat 

[LEVIJ] Eliezar) 

LBO 



± 



BERNHARD - JEANETTA 
[JOANNA] 
MARX 
HERTZ-DAHL 



B. 12/11/1847 


B.c.1843 


Ratingen (near 




Dusseldorf) 


D.3/27/1922 


D.5/16/1915 


Maastricht, Neth. 


Maastricht.Neth. 




[Buried in 


[Buried in 


Meerssen] 


Meerssen] 


[His parents were 




Jacob Levi] and 




Elise Heumann] 






From 




Page 




249 



B.2/14/1845 B. 
Meerssen/Heerlen 

D.4/17/1911 D. 
Meerssen 

[Buried in 
Meerssen] 

«6/28/1877 
Meerssen 

[He may have been 
a descendant of 
Hertz Wyngaard 
(Page 237), but 
this could not be 
verified.] 



ALEXANDER - JOHANNA WILHELMINE 
WIJNGAARD 

LEVI 



B. 


B.1886 




Maastricht 


D. 


D.after 1 945 


oo12/7/1922 




Maastricht 






[Her parents were 




Salomon and Lisetta 




(David) Wijngaard] 



250 



THE ZELIGMAN FAMILY OF MEERSSEN, THE NETHERLANDS 

KNOWN TO THE WIJNG AARD/WYNGAARD AND SOESMAN FAMILIES 



MENDEL - ROSA 

HARTOG 
ZEUSMAN 



B. 

D.before 1808 



SALOMON - S1BILLA 

ZELIGMAN 
CRONENBERG 



B.c.1736 
D.after 1808 



MENDEL - CLAIRE 
ELIAS 
ZELIGMAN 



B. 
D. 
oo1/9/1813 

Grevenbicht, 

Neth. 



B.C. 1785 
D. 



B.C. 1768 
Gemund 
D.after 1 808 

00 3/1/1 81 3/Schimmert 



[Mendel Zeligman was a butcher] 



B. 
D. 



[Parents: Jacques and Susanne (Bock) Elias] 



?? 



MENDEL - CLARA 
(Menachem) JACOB 
ZELIGMAN 



B. 
D. 



JACOB 
(Yaakov ben 
Menachem) 



HELENA 
(Handele bat 
Moshe) 
MOZES 
ffiUSMAN 




MEIJERJUDA- ZARINA 
ZELIGMAN 

LEViNSQN 



B.2/23/1822 
Meerssen 

D.4/7/1911 
Meerssen 

oo9/11/1856 

Meerssen] 
[Buried in 
Meerssen] 



B.c.1824 

Hottdorf,Ger. 
D.12/10/1913 

Meerssen 

[Buried in 



B.1 0/20/1 823 B. 

Dordrecht Meerssen 

D. D. 



EMANUEL MENDEL-BERTHA 
(Menachem ben (Baila bat 
Moshe) Aron) 

MOZES 

mmm 



B.7/8/1840 te.il/25/1851 

Meerssen 1 Meerssen 
D.10/27/1922 D.1/18/1927 



«8/19/1858 

Meerssen 
[His first wife was 
Meerssen] Agatha Visser, who 

[Parents: Abraham died in Liege on 10/9/1857] 
and Eva (Cahn) Mozes] 



Aldaar,Neth. 
[Buried in 
Meerssen 



Meerssen 
[Buried in 
Meerssen] 



To Page 252 



MOZES 

(Moshe ben 

Yaakov) 



SELLA 
(Feigel bat 
Yitzchak) 
KAUFMANN 



ZEU6MAN 



I 


GUSTAVE - BERTHA 
(Brindei bat 

Yaakov) 
ZELIGMAN 
WALLERSTEIN 



PHILOMENA 
(Mindela bat 
Yaakov) 
?EUQMAN 



To 

„Page 

252A 



B.7/1 1/1863 B.c.1868-69 



Meerssen 

D.3/8/1935 

Meerssen 



Meerssen 
D.8/15/1928 

Meerssen 
[Buried in 
Meerssen] 



B. 



D.Before 1941 



B.I 2/5/1868 

Meerssen 
D.1/15/1941 

Meerssen 
[Buried in 
Meerssen] 



B.1 1/3/1872 

Meerssen 
D.5/1 0/1 940->[The Nazis in- 
vaded the 
[Buried in Netherlands on 

Meerssen] May 10, 1940] 



251 



THE ZELIGMAN FAMILY OF MEERSSEN. THE NETHERLANDS 

KNOWN TO THE WIJNGAARD/WYNGA ARD AND SOESMAN FAMILIES 

CHILDREN OF EMANUEL AND BERTHA (MOZES^ ZELIGMAN 

FROM PAGE 251 




B.1 1/27/1889 

Zutphen 
D.Holocaust 

Mauthausen 

7/17/1942 
oo9/5/1921 

Meerssen 
[Parents: Jacob 
and Barendina 
(De Bruin) Koppel] 



B.9/8/1888 
Meerssen 

D.Holocaust 
Sobibor 
6/11/1943 



ALBERT - HEDWIGEVA 
(Arieh ben (Hana bat R.Meir 
Shmuel) Ha-Levi) 
WOLFF 
ZELIGMAN 


B.7/4/1890 

Meerssen 

D.4/22/1966 

oo4/29/1918 
Meerssen 

[Buried in 
Meerssen] 


B.4/9/1884 

Gemund 
D.1/25/1955 

[Parents: Herman 
Carolina (Mayer) 
Wolff] 
[Buried in 
Meerssen] 



HERBERT 



ZELIGMAN 



HILDEGARDE 



Z E U6MAN 



B.2/28/1919 B.2/9/1921 
Meerssen Meerssen 

D.Holocaust D.Holocaust 
Blechhammer, Auschwitz, 
Poland Poland 

12/15/1943 8/31/1942 

Deported by the Nazis 

[Memorial stone is located in 

the Meerssen Jewish Cemetery] 



252 



THE ZELIGMAN FAMILY OF MEERSSEN. THE NETHERLANDS 

KNOWN TO THE WIJNGAARD/WYNGAARD AND SQ ESMAN FAMILIES 

CHILDREN OF JACOB AND HELENA fMO ZES^ ZELIGMAN 

FROM PAGE 251 



From 

Page.. 

251 



MANUEL 



ZBLBMAN 



EVA 



ZEUSMAN 



JOSEPH 



ZELIgMAN 



B.ll/9/1858 

Meerssen 
D. 



B.4/2/1860 
Meerssen 

D.5/28/1862 
Meerssen 



B.8/30/1865 

Meerssen 
D.1918 

[Buried in 
Meerssen] 



SALOMON 



ZELIGMAN 



B. 8/5/1866 

Meerssen 
D. 



252A 



OTHERS BURIED IN THE JEWISH CEMETERY IN 
MEERSSEN. THE NETHERLANDS 

[The relationship between these Zeligman family members and the others has not yet been established] 

? 



(Hanna bat 

Hachar Yaakov 

Zelig) 



(Eliezar ben 

Jehudah 

Zelig) 



SOPHIE 
(Faigel bat 

Yitzchak) 
ZELIGMAN 



B. 


B. 


D. 


D. 


[Buried in 
Meerssen] 


[Buried in 
Meerssen] 



B.c.1921 
D.1 2/7/1 929 



[The relationship between the following people and the others in Meerssen has not yet been established] 



AUGUST 
(Eliezar 
Abraham) 



B.3/ /1 797 
D.8/6/1870 

[His name was changed to 
Burger on March 20, 1826 
in the name adoption list for 
the village of Schimmert, 
Netherlands according to 
Henny Houweling-Zwart.] 



LION 



B. 

D. 



- HENRIETTA 
(Malka bat 
Yaakov) 
BERNARD 



KARELS 



B.c.1 805 
D.1880 



253 



THE ARENSTE1N FAMILY FROM MUNSTERMAIFELD 



(Lived in Munstermaifeld in 1812) 



JOSEPH SAMUEL-HELKEN HIRTZ 



B. 
D18. 



B. 
D.I 8 





fWeckbera/Maas. Holland) 




ISRAEL - EVA 
LEVY ELIAS 




B.17 
D. 


8.17 
D. 



JEAN - JEANEJTE 

(formerly Elias Joseph) (formerly Agathe Levi) 

LEVY 

ARENSTEIN 



B.4/6/1778 

Munstermaifeld 
D. 

(They lived in Bracht, 



B.7/7/1785 

Weckberg/Maas, Holland 
D. 

Kreis Viersen until 1812) 



DANIEL 



ARENSTEIN 



B.1809 

Bracht 
D. 



254 



THE BAR FAMILY FROM OCHTENDUNfi 



From 
Page 
1299 



(At9QWPM?12X) 



HEINRICH - AMALE 
(EMILIE) 
SUSSMANN 
BAB 



B.6/29/1901 


B.I 2/1 8/1 896 


Karlich 


Ochtendung 


D. Holocaust 


D. Holocaust 


[Deported in 


[Deported in 


1942] 


1942] 



255 



THE BENDER FAMILY FROM MUNSTERMAIFELD 



The Bender name may be a derivative of Benjamin, according to Klaus H.S. Schulte. 



TREIDEL - JOHANNA 
SALOMON , gENDEfl 



B. 

D.5/21/1807 
MQnstermaifeld 



LAZARUS-BARBARA 
DANIEL 
HIRSCH 



B. 



B. 



D.ll/13/1829 D.3/5/1837 

Lutz Lutz 



B. 

D.I 2/28/1 829 
Miinstermaifeld 



(Kruft) 



ABRAHAM-MAGDALENA 
JACOB 

mM 



B. 

D. 



L 



T 



To 
.Page 



257 



SALOMON - ADELHEID 

(Blumngen Salomon) 
BENDER 
PEND5R 



BENJAMfN/SIMON - SIBILLE 
(Benyamin Salomon) (Beila) 
BEILEN 
BENDER 



B. 



D.Before 1 828 



B.I 740 

Aschaffenburg 
D.4/23/1828 

Munstermaifeld 



B.c.1 768-69 
Munstermaifeld 

D.1/21/1844 
Munstermaifeld 



B. 

D.Before 1 844 



I 



EMANUEL - JOHANNA 
(Menachem HIRSCH 

Ha-Levi) B. 

D.V16/1828 
Munstermaifeld 
- HENRIETTE 
KAHN 
BENDER 



/ 

\ 



B.1778 B.2/7/1797 

Munstermaifeld Kruft 

D.4/13/1843 D.3/6/1874 
Munstermaifeld MQnstermaifeld 

Occ.Merchant 



To Page 259 



To Page 260 

To Page 278 



256 



THE BENDER FAMILY FROM MUNSTERMAIFELD 
CHILDREN OF TREIDEL SA LOMON AND JOHANNA BENDER 



FROM PAGE 256 



From 

Page_ 

256 



VICTOR - 
(Victor Salomon) 

(Avigdor) 
EWER 



SASA 

SALOMON 



From 
Page 
622 



(Also on Paae 622) 



JOSEPH 
(Freidel) 



ROSINA 

(Reisgen) 

BENDER 



_HEB£ 



B.1784 

MUnstermaifeld 
D.1 2/30/1 856 

MUnstermaifeld 
[Buried in Burg 
Eltz (Wierschem)] 
«l2/7/1825 

MUnstermaifeld 



B. 



D. 



B.1 1/4/1 791 
Polch 

D.1/22/1850 
MUnstermaifeld 

colO/11/1820 
MUnstermaifeld 



From 
Page 
1061 



B.I 0/2/1 794 

MUnstermaifeld 
D.I 1/28/1 874 B.17. 

MUnstermaifeld 



(AlsbonPaae 1062) 



SAMUEL 
(Samuel 
Salomon) 



CAROLINE 

(Scheingen) 
(Johanna) 
(Jeanette) 
BENDER 
KAUFMANN 



D.I 808- 1846 
MUnstermaifeld 



To Page 623 



B.17. 



D.1846 
MUnstermaifeld 



To Page 1062 



257 



THE BENDER FAMILY FROM MUNSTERMAIFELD 
POSSIBLE DESCENDANTS OF TREIDEL SALOMON AND JOHANNA BENDER 

FROM PAGE 257 



The relationship between this family 
and the other Benders has not been 
researched. Jeanne (Blumbgen Treidel) 
Bender may be the daughter of Treidel 
Salomon and Johanna Bender (Page 257). 
Jacob and Jeanne lived in Munstermaifeld 
in 1 808 when name changes took place by 
Napoleon's Edict. 



JACOB - JEANNE 
(Jacques) (Blumbgen Treidel) 

BEM2EB 



B. 



Munstermaifeld 



D. 



B. 
D. 




B.6/10/1791 


B. 11/30/1 794 


Munstermaifeld 


Munstermaifeld 


D. 


D. 



There were Benders in Briedel, Brohl and 
Bullay who may have been related to the 
Benders of Munstermaifeld. 



On December 13, 1864 in Adendorf, 
Michael Juhl married Mathilde Bender 
(1 838/Breidel-1 896/Meckenheim)[Page 
785], the daughter of Moses and Maria Anna 
(Ruschert) Bender. Michael Juhl, son of 
Jacob Juhl (Gottschalk Joel) and Anna 
Berlin (Schmitz) Juhl, was born on April 
7, 1836 in Meckenheim. Mathilde and 
Jacob's gravestones are in the Meckenheim 
Jewish cemetery. (See Page 1 04). 



Rosina Bender married Bermann David 
Cahn around 1 790-93 and they lived in 
Kruft, where he died. She died in Cochem. 
(See Page 337.) 



Jacob Bender and Therese Schaefer of Brohl 
— she may have been born in Roes, near 
Mayen — had at least two children: 

1 . Salomon Bender - born in 1 806 in 
Brohl, died in 1 897 in Meckenheim, 
married to Regina Juda, died in Briedel. 

2. Mathilde Bender. 

3. David Bender, who lived in Brohl and 
died after 1 874, was married to 
Josephine Minkel. He may have been 
Jacob and Therese Schaefer's third child. 



Other genders in grohl 

Jacob Bender, born in Brohl in 1845, died 
in Brohl in 1870. 

David Bender, born in Brohl in 1 866. 
Both of these Benders are buried in the 
Binningen Jewish cemetery. 

Theresia Bender, born on September 22, 
1 842 in Brohl and died in Mertloch on 
January 9, 1876 was married in Polch on 
December 2, 1 874 to Hermann Minkel. 
(See Page 1 1 66). She was hi? first wife, 



258 



THE PENDER FAMIL Y FROM MUNSTERMAIFEL P 

DESCENDANTS OF TREIDEL SALOMON AND JOHANNA BENDER 

CHILDREN OF BENJAMIN AND SIBILLE (BEiLEN^ BENDER 

FROM PAGE 256 



ROSINE 
(Reisgen) 
BENDER 



JEANNETTE 
(Scheingen) 
BENDER 



SUSANNE 
(Susgen) 
BENDER 




B.1 0/1 7/1 797 


B.6/25/1799 


B.5/23/1801 


B.1 1/12/1803 


B.2/3/1806 


Miinstermaifeld 


Miinstermaifeld 


Miinstermaifeld 


Miinstermaifeld 


Miinstermaifeld 


D. 


D. 


D. 


D. 


D. 



259 



THE BENDER FAMILY FROM MUNSTERMAIFELD 

DESCENDANTS OF TREIDEL SALOMON A ND JOHANNA RFNDFR 

CHILDREN OF EMANUEL AND JOHANNA (HIRSCm BENDER 



FROM PAGE 256 





{Also on Paaes 667. 1 190) 








JAKOB - MARIA ANNA 








(Jacob Isaac) 


Marie" 
HERZ 








TREITEL 










TREIDEL 










B.c.1 768-1 769 


B.I 2/24/1 779 






May en 


Schweinheim 




D.4/10/1836 


D.6/28/1853 




Mayen 


Mayen 




oo1/24/1804 








Mayen 


_To Pages 552,1190 




(Maven) 1 




(Also on Paae 1285) 1 




i 




DANIEL - SARA 




MOSES - RACHEL 








(Jehudahben TREIDEL 




(REGINA) 








Menachem Ha-Levi) 




BENDER 








BENDER 




SUSSMANN 




BENDER 




B.8/16/1811 


B.1811 




B.l/12/1806 E 


1.6/14/1813 




Born dead on 




Munstermaifeld 


Mayen 


Ochtendung 


Munstermaifeld 1/19/1814 


D.After1871 


D.1/7/1890 


D.6/8/1875 C 


). in Munstermaifeld 




Mayen 


Ochtendung 




»1838 




oo2/23/1838 




Mayen 




[She was his 




[Buried in 


[Buried in 


second wife - 




Mayen] 


Mertloch] 


See Page 1285] 










To Page 1293 








ISAAK - JULIANA 










MARX 










GA 


NZ 








B. 


B. 








D.I 0/1 6/1 869 


D.10/20/1869 






Schonebera 


Schoneberg 






1 







To 
-Page 
261 



ALBERT 



- ELISABETH 
GANZ 



BENDER 



B.I 1/26/1841 B.1/4/1847 

Mayen Schoneberg [Koblenz] 

D.After1874 D. 



[One of their children may have 
been Julia Bender, who was born 
in Mayen about 1 846 and married 
Isaak Berger of Oberzissen on 
September 11,1 867 in Nieder- 
zissenfPaae 310i.l 



sol/30/1871 

Mayen 
Occ.Merchant 



260 



THE BENPER FAMI LY FRQM MU NSTERM A1FEIP 

DESCENDANTS OF TREIDEL SALOMON AND JOHANNA BENDER 

CHILDREN OF EMANUEL AND JOHANNA fHIRSCm BENDER 



FROM PAGE 256 




To 

_Page 

277 



DAVID - WILHELMINE 
[Eiahu ben HAMIEL 
Menachem) 
PWR 



B.2/2/1815 

Munstermaifeld 
D. 



B.I 0/25/1 81 6 
Munstermaifeld 
D.5/15/1899 
Munstermaifeld 



From 
Page 
619 
I (AIM <?n Page $22) 



SALOMON - HANNCHEN 
BENDER 

S A S SEN 



B.1831 

Gemunden 
(Kreis Simmern) 
D.3/1/1919 
Munstermaifeld 



B.1822 

HQldrath 
D.1895 
Krefeld 
*1848 
Neuss 
Occ. Factory 
owner 



B.1819 

MQnstermaifeld 
D. 

Krefeld 



SASSEN 



B. 



From Page 1219 



HERMANN - JOHANNA 
(Naftaii) BENDER 

HERZ 




To 
_Page 
~266 



B.10/19/1852 


B.2/19/1854 


B.5/31/1857 


Polch 


Munstermaifeld 


Munstermaifeld 


D.I 1/10/1917 


D.3/5/1935 


D.5/31/1935 


World War I 


Polch 


Munstermaifeld 


Polch 




co5/1/1882 


oo8/5/1875 




Munstermaifeld 


Polch 







To Page 639 



B.7/30/1860 
Lehmen a.d. Moset 
D.12/ /1938 
Appleton,WI 
(Died one week 
after arriving 
in the U.S.A.) 
[To U.S. 12/3/1938] 



RUDOLF - 



FRIEDA 
LEV! 
B.I 856 
Kindenheim 

D.1 1/4/1918 

MQnstermaifeld 
- JOHANNA 
BENDER 
B ENPER 



B.3/23/1859 
Munstermaifeld 
D.I 1/29/1923 
MQnstermaifeld 



B.8/28/1876 

D.Holocaust 

Minsk 
Taken away in 
1942 



To Page 262 



261 



THE BENDER FAMILY FROM MUNSTERMAIFELD 

DESCENDANTS OF TREIDEL SALOMON AND JOHANNA BENDER 

CHILDREN OF LEOPOLD AND REG1NA fHIRSCm BENDER 



FROM PAGE 261 



From 
Page 
642 



fflfcp <?n Page §4%) 



HEINRICH 



BEND, 



EMMA 
HERZ 

EB 



B.10/1 2/1886 
Munstermaifeld 
D.Holocaust 
Lodz 




SABINA 



BENDER 



B.5/5/1881 

Polch 
D.Holocaust 

1/19/1942 



B. 1/9/1 888 
Munstermaifeld 
D. 



To 
-Page 



263 



ADOLF 



- CHARLOTTE 
"Lotte" 
CORIG 



mi 



B.6/30/1891 

Munstermaifeld B.4/2/1 889 

D. Munstermaifeld 

D.Holocaust 

(Deported by the 



From Page 1 304 



PER. 



KARL 



IRENE 
BENDER 



BERNHARp 



B.4/7/1914 

Elberfeld 
D.Holocaust 



B.1 0/2/1 886 

D.Holocaust 
Nazis in 1 942) 



DONALD HENRY - ANNALEE 
"Dan" (Gedaliah) (Cham Leah) 

BLOCK 
S ENDE R 



B.1/1 2/1912 

Munstermaifeld 
D.Holocaust 



B. 12/17/1913 
Elberfeld 

D.7/13/1987 
Dayton,OH 
[16Tammuz] 



DENNY 



BERNHARP 



JONAH 

(Noah) 

BERNHARP 




B.4/1/1915 

Dayton,OH 
D.9/9/2002 

New York 
[Buried in Dayton, OH] 



B.4/2/1 926 

Munstermaifeld 
D.Holocaust 



MICHELLE 
(Michifa Chaya) 
BENDER 



B.7/3/1939 

Elberfeld 
D.Holocaust 



B.2/1 1/1941 

KOln 
D.Holocaust 



(The family was taken by the 
Nazis to Litzmanstadt on 
October 26, 1941.) 



B.7/30/1944 
Dayton,OH 

Occ. Writer, 
Teacher 



(Qhfcaqq) 



HOWARD MICHAEL - REBECCA 
(Zvi Menachem) (Rivka) 
KRAMER 
SENDEE 



B.9/13/1957 
Dayton,OH 

Occ.Stock Broker 



(adopted) 



SAMUEL REMI BLOCK 

(Shmuel Rachamim) 
BENDER 



B.l/12/1956 
Davenport, IA 



OccAccountant 



ELLEN RACHEL 

(Ita Roche!) 
EENQEB 



DONALD JOSEPH 

(Gedaiia Yosef) 
BENDER 



B.5/24/1997 
Russia 



B.8/13/1989 
Chicago,IL 



B.1 1/7/1993 
ChicagoJL 



262 



THE BENDER FAMILY FROM MONSTERMAIFELD 

DESCENDANTS OF TRE1DEL SALOMON AND JOHANNA BENDER 

CHILDREN OF LEOPOLD AND RE61NA (HlRSCm BENDER 



FROM PAGE 261 



From 

Page_ 

262 



DYONISIUS - 
[DONALD] 



ALICE 



BENPER 



RUDOLF 



PEND ER 



B.I 2/5/1 889 

Munstermaifeld 
D.Holocaust 
Lodz 



B. 



D.Holocaust? 



B.7/30/1890 
Munstermaifeld 
D. 



To 
.Page 
264 



ALFRED 



BENDER 



B. 



B.10/14/1892 

Munstermaifeld 
D.4/4/1893 

Munstermaifeld 




263 



THE BENDER FAMILY FROM MUNSTERMAIFELD 

DESCENDANTS OF TREIDEL SALOMON AND JOHANNA BENDFR 

CHILDREN OF LEOPOLD AND REGINA ( HIRSCm BENDER 



FROM PAGE 261 



From 
Paae 






















To 
Paae 


263 














265 


OTTO 

EICHL 


FRIEDA 
BENDER 

P 




THEODOR - FRIEDA 
[THEODORE] WOLF 

BENDER 




JOSEPH - BETTY 
BENDER 

FORST 


B. 
D. 


B. 

MUnstermaifeld 

D. 


B.3/1 1/1894 
MUnstermaifeld 
D.6/ /1 969 
New York 


B. 

D. 


B.8/1/1896 B.2/8/1896 

Lutz/Mosel MUnstermaifeld 
D.Holocaust D.Holocaust 

oo3/12/l931 
MUnstermaifeld 








WILMA 
FORST 














B.1/ /1932 

Boppard [#9] 
D.Holocaust 










r 










- LORETTA 
EICHLER 




HARRY 

?ENP^R 




ROBERT 

BENDER 



B. 



B. 



B.5/18/1923 

New York 
D.12/ /1 986 



B.1 926 



264 



THE BENDER FAMILY FROM MQNSTERMAIFELD 

DESCENDANTS OF TREIDEL SALOMON AND JOHANNA BENDER 

CHILDREN OF LEOPOLD AND REGINA (HIRSCm BENDER 

FROM PAGE 261 



From 

Page_ 

264 



HEDWIG 

"Hetty" 

BENDER 



KARL 



ALICE 
EGGENER 



JEN0E& 



B.5/15/1898 
Munstermaifeld 

D.9/ /1 970 
Appleton,WI 

[To U.S. 12/3/1938] 



B.7/16/1901 
MQnstermaifeld 
D.Holocaust 
3/9/1941 
Berlin I 



LEVI 



ELSA 
BENDER 



ESgENER 



B. 
D.Holocaust 



B.l 0/1 1/1907 
Kempenich 

D.I 0/27/1 995 
Appleton.WI 

[To U.S. 



B.5/25/1903 
MQnstermaifeld 

D.1 1/1 6/2001 
Appleton,WI 

12/3/1938} 




ZL 



HELGA 
EGGENER 



B. 



B.7/12/1935 
MQnstermaifeld 



«2004 Occ.Teacher, 

Appleton,WI Principal 
Occ. Left for U.S. on 

12/18/1938 



265 



THE BENDER FAMILY FROM MQNSTERMAIFELD 

DESCENDANTS OF TREIDEL SALOMON AND JOHANNA BENDER 

CHILDREN OF DAVID AND WILHELMINA fHAMIEU BENDER 



FROM PAGE 261 
Emma Roos and Heinrich and E mil Bender 



"Carol Bender and Ralph Zimmer met in 1906 and were married in 1913 in Milwaukee. 
Carol's parents had had an interesting courtship. They both were born in Germany 
where "arranged marriages" were very usual, especially among Jewish families. It was 
arranged that Emma Roos should marry Rudolf Bender, but Emma, who to her dying day 
had a temper as fiery as her red hair, raved and carried on that she would not marry 
Rudolf. But. she offered, she would be happy to marry Rudolfs brother Emil. So they 
became engaged and Emil went off to the U.S. to establish himself and make a home for 
his bride-to-be. When that was accomplished, he and a chaperon - a cousin of both his 
and Emma's -- returned to Germany and brought Emma to the U.S. They landed in New 
York and held the wedding there on Valentine's Day in 1882, when she was 17 years 
SMZ --Vernon pawe 



From 

Page_ 

261 



MORITZ 



ROSALIE 
BENDER 



PQDENHEIMER 



To 
Page 



HEINRICH - 
(Henry) 



ROSA 



BENPER 




B. 
D. 



Milwaukee, Wl 



B.1 1/27/1860 B.7/24/1866 B.c.1869 

Munstermaifeld Munstermaifeld 

D. D.1931 D.1933 

Milwaukee,WI Mitwaukee f WI Milwaukee,WI 



B.1855 

Munstermaifeld 
D.I 925 
Miiwaukee,WI 
"2/14/1882 
New York 
Occ. Horses, 
Hosiery 
To U.S.A. in 1871 



B.5/4/1863 

D.1938 

Milwaukee,WI 



To Page 268 



ARON IRVING - MARIE 



PQPENHEIMER 



-Twins- 



1 



B.6/6/1911 

D.8/16/1993 
Oshkosh.WI 



GOLDA 



BQPENHEIMER 



I (MiimukecWI) 



ADOLPH - 
BQ PENHEIME R 



B.3/24/1908 B.4/7/1890 



D.8/ /1 981 
0shkosh,WI 



D.2/ /1973 

Milwaukee, Wl 
(She was crippled) 



B.4/7/1890 B. 
D. D. 



To Page 267 



266 



THE BENDER FAMILY FROM MUNSTERMAIFELD 

DESCENDANTS OF TREIDEL SALOMON AND JOHANNA BENDER 

DAUGHTER OF ARON IRVING AND MARIE ( ^ BODENHE1MER 



FROM PAGE 266 




267 



THE BENDER FAMILY FROM MUNSTERMAIFELD 

DESCENDANTS QF TRE1DEL SALOMON AND J OHANNA B ENDER 

CHILDREN OF EMU AND EMMA (RQQS) BENDER 

FROM PAGE 266 



BEN 



ESTHER 
KRATZE 



BENDER 



B.1 1/ /1882 
Milwaukee, Wl 
D.1953 



B.8/31/1890 

D.IO/ /I 974 
Beaver Dam,WI 




B.5/10/1918 
,WI 
D.9/3/1956 
Fremont,NE 
Occ. Physician 



8.1/16/1919 
,WI 
D.2/27/1994 
Boca Raton t FL 



RALPH DELOS - 



CAROL 
BENDER 



ZIMMER 



B.5/27/1887 

Mineral Point,WI 
D.4/15/1952 

Des PlainesJL 
«.1913 

Milwaukee, Wl 
OccBender-Zimmer 
Woolens Co. 



B.6/6/1889 
Milwaukee, Wl 

D.I 0/1 2/1 974 
Highland ParkJL 



Occ.Elocution Teacher 



(Highland Park.lL) 



VERNON 



ELAINE 
ZIMMER 



PAWE 



B.8/16/1918 

El Paso.TX 
D.9/28/1998 

Highland Park,IL 
«6/16/1940 

Milwaukee, Wl 
Occ.Manufacturer 

of animal feed 
pre-mixes and 

animal health 

products 



B.7/21/1916 
Milwaukee,WI 

D.5/1/1999 
Highland Park,IL 



Occ.Advertising 



To Page 271 



ROGER - CAROLE GROH 
NELSON 

BENPER 



B.1944 



WILLIAM C. - STEPHANIE 
"Billy" DE GRAAF 

PENPER 



B.I 942 



B.I 947 



To Page 269 



B.1948 



To Page 270 
268 



JAMES - BARBARA 
BUCHANAN 

BENDER 


B.I 950 


B.I 950 



To Page 271 



THE BENDER FAMILY FROM MUNSTERMA1FELD 

DESCENDANTS OF TREIDEL SALOMON AND JOHANNA BENDER 

DAUGHTER OF ROGER AND CAROLE (NELSON) BENDER 



FROM PAGE 268 



RHONDA JAE 
BENDER 



B.I 974 



269 



THE BENDER FAMILY FROM MUNSTERMAIFELD 
DESCENDANTS OF TREIDEL SALOMON AND JOHANNA BENDER 
CHILDREN OF WILLIAM AND STEPHANIE fDE GRAAF^ BENDER 

FROM PAGE 268 



r 



WILLIAM ROGER 

BENDER 

B.1970 



TIMOTHY JOHN 



BENDER 



B.I 972 



270 



THE SENDER FAMILY FROM MUNSTERMAIFELD 

DESCENDANTS OF TREIDEL SALOMON AND JO HANNA BENDER 

CHILDREN OF JAMES AND BARBARA (BUCHANAN) BENDER 



FROM PAGE 268 



BENJAMIN JAMES 



BENDER 




B.1976 



B.I 978 



271 



THE BENDER FAMILY FROM MUNSTERMAIFELD 

DESCENDANTS OF TREIDEL SALOMON AND JOHANNA BENDER 

CHILDREN OF VERNON AND ELAINE (ZIMMER^ DAWE 

FROM PAGE 268 



DR. LARRY -ELIZABETH JEAN 
(M.D.) "Betsy" 
DAWE 
PIEPWA 



B.1/5/1938 
Volga,SC 



«2/4/1967 
Chicago,IL 
Occ. Ophthalmol- 
ogist 



B.7/21/1944 
Baltimore,MD 



Occ.Teacher 



JON 



ANSARA 
HIRST 



P^PENgA 



B.10/1/1970 
Kansas City,MO 

006/ /2000 

Occ. Small Bus- 
iness Owner, 
Verge Solutions, 
Charleston,SC 



B.7/28/1971 
,MI 



Occ.Educational 
Consultant 



AVA LOUISE 



PIEEENSA 



B.7/3/2003 
Philadelphia.PA 




To 

_Page 

275 



B.7/22/1945 
Charleston, SC 



«8/20/1967 
ChicagoJL 
Occ. Heads 
Dawe's Labs 
manufacturing 
plant 



CHARLES RALPH - LINDA 
"Chuck" WEISS 

DAWE 



B.5/13/1946 B.4/15/1949 

Highland Park,iL Highland ParkJL 



»10/13/1985 
Occ.Teacher 



To Page 273 



DR. ELISE 
(M.D.) 

PIEBSNSA 



B.3/6/1973 
Kansas City.MO 



Occ. Pediatrician 
in Philadelphia, 
PA 



Occ. Journalist, 

President, 

Dawe's Labs 



B.8/7/1954 
ChicagoJL 



Occ.Speech 
Therapist 



To Page 274 



272 



THE BENDER FAMILY FROM MUNSTERMAIFELD 

DESCENDANTS OF TREIDEL SALOMON AND JOHANNA BENDER 

CHILDREN OF DAVID AND SUSAN fDAWE> GERVICH 



FROM PAGE 272 



CHARLES BRENT - 


KELLY 


"Chad" 


DRINAN 


GERVICH 





YAWQrth.GA) 



CURT 



< 5ERVICH 



B.10/31/1973 B. 11/1/1974 
Iowa Falls,IA Chicago 



B.3/22/1976 
Iowa FallsJA 



ool 0/8/2004 

Chicago 
Occ. Para mount Occ.ln vestment 
Studios bankeing 



Occ. Outreach 
Coordinator, 
University 
of Georgia's 
Natural 
Resources Dept. 



273 



THE BENDER FAMILY FROM MONSTERMAIFELD 

DESCENDANTS OF TREIDEL SALOMON AND JOHANNA BENDER 

CHILDREN OF CHARL ES AND LINDA (WEISS) DAWF 



B.7/17/1987 
Chicago.IL 



FROM PAGE 272 



















NATALIE EVONNE 
PAWE 




HANNAH GRACE 
DAWE 



B.1/15/1990 
ChicagoJL 



OccStudent 



Occ.Student 



274 



THE BENDER FAMILY FROM MUNSTERMAIFELD 

DESCENDANTS OF TREIDEL SALOMON AN D JOHANNA BENDER 

CHILDREN QF VERNQN ANP ELAINE (ZIMM ER) PA W E 

FROM PAGE 268 



From 

Page. 

272 



PETER 
BENTE 

B. 

(Pivor^tj) 



DR. JANICE 
DAWE 
(Ph.D.) 



/I DR. LARRY 
KAPLAN 
(Ph.D.) 



B.1/23/1950 B.3/28/1952 

Los Angeles,CA Highland ParkJL 



oo 1 2/21/1 986 
Chicago 

Occ.Teaches 
languages at the 
University of 
Alaska-Fairbanks 



Occ.Ph.D. in Botany. 
Founded Alaska 
Boreal Forest Council 



RACHEL 




K AP I AN 



B.3/12/1989 
Copenhagen, Denmark 



B.8/19/1991 
Fairbanks,AK 



Occ.Student Occ.Student 



275 



THE BENDER FAMILY FROM MONSTERMAIFELD 

DESCENDANTS OF TREIDEL SALOMON AND JOHANNA BENDER 

CHILDREN OF DAVID AND WILHELMINE fHAMIEL/> BFNDFR 

FROM PAGE 256 



From 
Paqe 












266 












KARL 
BENDER 




MOSES - SELMA 
HAMIEL 

BENDER 




B.4/4/1865 

Munstermaifeld 
D. 




B.2/27/1867 
Munstermaifeld 

D. 

Appleton.WI 


B. 

D. 
Appleton,WI 




















JULIAN 

BENDER 




DAVID 

BENDER 



B. 



B. 



276 



THE BENDER FAMILY FROM MUNSTERMAIFELD 

DESCENDANTS OF TREIDEL SALOMON AND JOHANNA BENDER 

CHILDREN OF EMANUEL AND JOHANNA fHIRSCm BENDER 



FROM PAGE 256 

























JOSEPH - SARA 




COSSMANN 




KNO 


PFMACHER 




B.1757 


B.c.1 774 


Virneburg 


Wilmers (Sachsen- 


D.3/19/1835 


Meiningen) 


Mayen 


D.I 2/23/1 869 




Mayen 


From 




Page, 
261 


























JACOB - ROS1NA 




MOSES - MARIA ANNA 






BENDER 




KNOPFMACHER 






WEINHAUSEN 




BENDER 






B.1824 


B.I 820 




B.2/15/1824 B.9/1 1/1820 




Wenlo 


MOnstermaifeld Munstermaifeld Mayen 


D.I 2/20/1 889 


D. 1 867-68 D.After 1 847 D.After 1 847 


Aachen 


Neuss 




«1847 






Mayen 














LOUIS 






WEtNHAUSEN 






8.1841 


B. 




D.1911 


D. 


DQsseldorf 








WEINHAUSEN 

























B. 



277 



THE BENDER FAMILY FROM MUNSTERMAIFELD 

DESCENDANTS OF TREIDEL SALOMON AND JOHANNA BENDER 

CHILDREN OF EMANUEL AND HENRIETTE (KAHN) BENDER 



FROM PAGE 256 



LEVY 



BERTHA 
BENDER 



SQLPSTEIN 



B.I 820 

Grevenbroich 
D.1893 

Grevenbroich 
[Buried in Glehn] 



B.I 830 

Munstermaifeld 
D.1916 

Grevenbroich 



4 Children in Grevenbroich 

I 

5 Grandchildren 

2 Great Grandchildren 



278 



THE BENEDICKT FAMILY FROM MUNSTERMA1FELD 



BENEDICKT - 



B. 
D. 



DRBBE - 



B. 
D. 



SALOMON BENEDICKT - REiSEL DREIBE 



B.17 

D. before 1808 
MQnstermaifeld 



B.17 

D.before 1 808 
MOnstermaifeld 



SALOMON 



B. 
D. 



GUDUU 
SALOMON 



ffiRZ 



B.1760 


B.I 758 


Zons 


MUnstermaifeld 


D.1820 


D. 


Zons 





Also see Page 1 131 for another Benedickt, who may or may not have 
been related. 



279 



THE BERGER FAMILY OF NIEDERZISSEN 



Some information for this family was compiled by Caroline Bera er Leven of Middle Village. NY. 
Hanna Beraer of Selma. AL and Brunhilde Sturmer of Niederzi ssen. Germany 



DODDERES MOSES - 



PE R GE R 



GUDULA 



B. 
D. 



B. 
D. 



MOISES - ROSETTA 
HEIMANN 

PERSER 



B.C. 1744 b. 

Niederzissen 
D.2/3/1832 |D. 

Niederzissen 
[In 1828 they 
lived in a house 
in Brohltal- 
straSe in 
Niederzissen.] 




B.c.l 790-91 



D.After 1832 
3/12/1854? 
Niederzissen 



D. 




B.c.1810-11 
D.After 1832 
Occ.Butcher 



To 
-Page 
281 



To 

_Page 

315 



To 

.Page 

315 



280 



THE BERGER FAMILY OF NIIEDERZISSEN 



From 
Page. 
280 



MEYER - 
CAHN 



B. 
D. 



B. 
D. 



THEODOR - ROSALIE 
(Moyses) FROEHLICH 
B.I 7 

D.17 



\ 



- CAROLINA 
RACHEL 
BERGER 



B.17 



B.17 



D.Before 1811 D.--/1/1809 
Niederzissen 




D.--/27/1817 
Niederzissen 



\ 



JAKOB 

(Avraham) 

(Gottschalk) 



JEANETTE 
HEYMANN 



3EESm 



B.C. 1771 

Niederzissen 
D.7/18/1850 

Niederzissen 
Occ.Cattle Dealer, 
Jewish Merchant 
[He had one house 
and a yard on the 
corner of Brohltal 
and Mittelstafce, 
and one house 
(with a large 
ground floor) with 
a yard in the lane 
at the brook in 
1828.] 




B. 



D.Before 1850 



B.c, 1785 

D.1 1/13/1843 
Niederzissen 



To Page 282 



To 

_Page 

309 



HUBERT 
(Hermann) 



EVA 
(Karoline) 
MEYER 
BERGER 



B. 

Rieden 
D.-/1/1809 

Niederzissen 



B.c.1 786 

Niederzissen 
D.4/10/1860 

Niederzissen 
«5/30/1813 

Niederzissen 



To Page 294 



B.17 



D.18 



To Page 298 



[Also living in Niederzissen were Johann Berger and his wife, Appolonia Eusktrchen Berger, who 

were married in Niederzissen on February 10, 1814. It is not known if they were Jewish and, if they 

were, how they are connected to the other Bergers in Niederzissen.} 



281 



THE BERGER FAMILY OF N1EDFR7ISSFN 

DESCENDANTS OF THEQDQR AND ROSALIE (FROELICm BERGER 

CHILDREN OF JAKOB AND JEANETTE fHEYMANN^ BERGFR 



FROM PAGE 281 



KOSMANN - HELENA 
LB/I 



B. 

D. 



ISRAEL - HIRNCHEN 
SALOMON 
MEYER 



B. 
D. 



ISAAK 



SALOMON-TAUBCHEN 

MEYER 
MOSS 



B. 
D. 



ADELHEID 
LEV! 
B.c.1 81 8 

Niederbachem 
D.10/1 1/1854 



SARCHEN \L 
MEYER 
B.c.1836 

Niederbieber 

D.c.4/2/1857 

Niederzissen 

«3/19/1856 

Niederzissen 



KAROLINE 
MOSES 



BERGER 



To 
.Page 
283 



To 

_Page 

285 



To 

-Page 

285 



/ 



To 

.Page 
286 



B.c.1810 

Niederzissen 
D.8/1/1894 

Niederzissen 
oo9/30/1857 

Niederzissen 
Occ.Merchant 



B.4/13/1830 



D. 



282 



THE BERGER FAMILY OF NIEDER7ISSFN 

DESCENDANTS OF THEQD QR AND ROSALIE (FROELICm BERGFR 

CHILDREN OF JAKOB AND JEANETTE (HEYMANN) BERGER 



FROM PAGE 281 



From 






























To 


Paae 




Page 


282 














284 


THEODOR - JETTA 




ALEXANDER - JETTA 




ROSETTA 


CAHN 




(Alexander ben KRAMER 
Avraham) 




BERGER 


BWG 


ER 




BERGER 






B.c.1811 


B.c.1815 




B.l/20/1815 


B.c.1821 






B.-/18/1816 


Niederzissen 


Remagen Niederzissen 


Geisdorf 




Niederzissen 


D. 


D. D.2/5/1873 
Niederzissen 


D.7/27/1905 
Niederzissen 




D. 


c.6/26/1837 


ool 1/30/1843 








Niederzissen 


Niederzissen 








Occ.Cattle Dealer 


Occ.Merchant 


















GERTRUDIA 








BERGER 




To Pages 285,300 






B.12/21/1823 






Niederzissen 

D. 






[Illegitimate 






child fathered 






by David 






Barmen from 




l i 


Saffig] 


JEANETTA 


MOSES 




JhANbllb 




i 
LEOPOLD 


HERMANN 




REBECCA 


BERGER 


BERGER 




BERGER 




BERGER 






BERGER 


B.9/7/1838 


E 


5.7/1/1842 




B.2/1/1844 


B.1/9/1847 


Niederzissen 


B. 10/1 71840 


Niederzissen Niederzisser 


l Niederzissen 


B.3/18/1848 


D.9/26/1 838 Niederzissen 


Niederzissen 


Niedei 


zissen 


D. 





























283 



THE BERGER FAMILY OF NIEDERZISSFN 

DESCENDANTS OF THEODOR AND ROSALIE (FROELICm BERGER 

CHILDREN OF JAKOB AND JEANETTE ( HEYMANN^ BERGER 



FROM PAGE 281 



From 
Paqe 


















283 






- 










JULIA 
BERGER 




HERMANN 

BERGER 




RACHEL 
BERGER 



B.6/17/1821 
Niederzissen 
D. 



8.12/12/1823 

Niederzissen 
D.3/12/1854? 
Niederzissen? 



B.9/9/1826 

Niederzissen 
D. 



284 



THE BERGER FAMILY OF NIEDERZISSEN 

DESCENDANTS OF THEOPOR AND ROSALIE (FROELICm BERGER 

CHILPREN OF ISAAK AND APELHPO (LEVI) BERC?ER 



FROM PAGE 282 



COSMANN 
EERGER 



B.7/4/1842 
Niederzissen 

D.7/12/1842 
Niederzissen 



-—Twins — 



KOSMANN 
BERGER 



B.5/4/1843 
Niederzissen 
D.5/8/1843 
Niederzissen 



JEANETTE 
BERGER 



-Twins— 



(male) 
BERGER 



(female) 
BERGER 



B.5/4/1843 
Niederzissen 
D.5/8/1843 
Niederzissen 



Born dead on Born dead on 
12/20/1850 12/20/1850 
Niederzissen Niederzissen 



ADELHEID 
BERGER 



JAKOB 
BERGER 



B.10/10/1854 
Niederzissen 

D.1 2/1 7/1 854 
Niederzissen 



B.5/2/1852 
Niederzissen 
D.3/6/1914 
Niederzissen 



SON QF ALEXANDER ANP JETTA (KRAME R) BER G E R 

FROM PAGE 283 



DAUGHTER OF ISAAK AND SARCHEN fMEYER^ BERGER 

FROM PAGE 282 



{Also , 



on Paae 300) 



PHILPP - JEANETTE 
(Sarah) 
BERGER 
BERGER 



B.4/4/1850 


B.4/2/1857 


Niederzissen 


Niederzissen 


D.9/23/1926 


D. 


Niederzissen 




col 1/22/1878 




Niederzissen 




Occ. Merchant 




To Pa 


ge300 



[Sarchen Meyer Berger died 
about the same time as 
Jeanette's birth.1 



285 



THE BERGER FAMILY OF NIEDERZISSEN 

DESCENDANTS OF THEQDOR AND ROSALIE (FROELIChH BERGER 

CHILDREN OF ISAAK AND CAROLINA (MOSES> BERGER 



FROM PAGE 282 



NETTA 
BERGER 



THERESE 
BERGER 



To 

Page 

287 



EUSE 
BERGER 



[husband #3] 



MAYER 



B.9/4/1858 

Niederzissen 
D. 



B.1/13/1860 
Niederzissen 
D. 



B. 

D.M6nchen- 
gladbach 




B.4/20/1862 
Niederzissen 
D.MSnchen- 
gladbach 



D. 
South Africa 



D. 
South Africa 



RONALD - 



B. 



MAYER 
B. 



- ELAINE 
MAYER 



B. 



B. 



B. 



286 



THE BERGER FAMILY OF NIEDERZISSEN 

DESCENDANTS OF THEQDQR AND ROSALIE rFROELICm BERGFR 

CHILDREN OF ISAAK AND CAROLINA (MOSES^ BERGER 



FROM PAGE 282 



From 

Page_ 

286" 




B. 



Monchen- 
gladbach 



B.6/30/1903 
Niederzissen 
D. 



To 

-Page 

288 



ABRAHAM - SIBILLA 
BERGER 

[husband #3] 
B&B 



B.3/26/1878 
Bischofswerder 

D.2/26/1916 
World War I 
infantry Regi- 
ment No. 65 

«12/24/1901 
Niederzissen 

Occ.Shoemaker 



B.5/26/1864 
Niederzissen 
D.AfteM938 
Niederzissen 



JULIUS 


- ANNA 




NEWMAN 


[husband #3] 




PAR 



HOWARD - ERNA 
BAR 



FISHER 



D. 



B.9/1/1904 B. B. 

Niederzissen 

D. D. D. 

Los Angeles Los Angeles 



BERNARD 



JiB- 



B.10/31/1906B.5/9/1908 
Niederzissen Niederzissen 
D. D. 




287 



THE BERGER FAMILY OF N1EDER7ISSFN 

DESCENDANTS OF THEQDQR AND ROSALIE (FROELICm BERGER 

CHILDREN OF ISAAK AND CAROLINA (MOSES^ BERGER 

FROM PAGE 282 



From 
Page.. 
287 



MOSES 



OTILLIE 

"Tillie" 

SAMUEL 



EEBSE&. 



B.5/22/1866 
Niederzissen 

D. 
St. Goar 



Occ. Merchant, 
Cattle Dealer 



B. 
Trittenheim 
(near Trier) 
D. 




B.l/3/1901 

Niederzissen 
D.Holocaust 



B.9/21/1901 
Niederzissen 

D.I 0/1 7/1 901 
Holocaust 



CAROLINE REGINE 
BERGER 



B.1 0/6/1 868 
Niederzissen 
D. 



THERESE 
BERGER 



B.9/17/1902 
Niederzissen 
D.Holocaust 



To 

-Page 

289 



KARL - WILHELMINE 
STERN 

BERSER 



B.1/14/1871 
Niederzissen 
D.Holocaust 



Occ.Merchant, 
Cattle Dealer 



B.3/29/1873 
Werlau by 
St.Goar 

D.Holocaust 



To Page 291 



SIGMUND 



ANNA 



BERGER 



B.9/28/1904 
Niederzissen 

D. 
Los Angeles? 



B. 



288 



THE BERGER FAMILY OF NIEDFR7ISSFN 

DESCENDANTS OF THEODOR AND ROSALIE (FROELICm BERGER 

CHILDREN OF ISAAK AND CAROLINA (MOSES^ BERGER 



FROM PAGE 282 



From 

Page_ 

288 



HERMANN 



JERGER. 



B.7/0/1873 
Niederzissen 

D.4/20/1874 
Niederzissen 



MAX 



ALMA 



HERMANN 



B. 



USA 



B. 



H ERMANN 



B. 



HELENA 
BERGER 



HERMANN 



B. 



Bochum 



B.7/18/1875 
Niederzissen 

D. 
Bochum 



OTTO 



ILSE 



HERMANN 



B. 



B. 



HERMANN 



B. 



OSCAR 



SELMA 
HERMANN 



GQMFERTZ 



Krefeld 




To 
-Page 
290 



CA 



CA 



Los Angeles 



289 



THE BERGER FAMILY OF NIEDFR7ISSFNI 

DESCENDANTS OF THEODQR AND ROSALIE (FROELICm BERGER 

CHILDREN QF ANP HELENA ( BERGER) HERM A NN 



FROM PAGE 289 



From 
289 



IRMA 
HERMANN 



CRETE 
HERMANN 



B. 



8. 



B. 



290 



THE BERGER FAMILY OF NIEDERZISSFN 

DESCENDANTS OF ABRAHAM AND ( ) BERGER 

CHILDREN OF KARL AND WILHELM1NE (STERNA BERGER 



FROM PAGE 288 



From 
Page 
318 




JULIUS 



META 
SCHWED 



KAT? 



B.9/24/1884 
Wewlinghoven 
D. 



B.12/25/1881 
Reichemsdorf 
D. 



B.3/14/1903 
Niederzissen 

D.3/17/1903 
Niederzissen 



(Also on Paae 319) 



MORITZ - IRMGARD 
BERGER 

B.4/30/1904 
Niederzissen 
D.Holocaust 
«8/27/1940 
Niederzissen 



IRMA 
KATZ 



To 
_Page 



292 



JULIUS - 



PAULA 
ROSE 



BERBER 



B.9/22/1905 
Niederzissen 
D.Holocaust 



B.I 1/29/1905 B.l/31/1913 

NiederzQndorf Wewlinghoven/ 
D.3/7/1 983 Grevenbroich 
Burgbrohl 



(Lived in Glees) 



B.3/13/19... 



D.Holocaust 




B.4/16/1933 

Berlin 
D.Holocaust 



B.6/5/1935 
Berlin 
D. Holocaust 



291 



THE BERGER FAMILY OF NIEDERZISSEN 



DESCENDANTS QF ABRAHAM AND 



X 



■ ) BERQER 



CHILDREN OF KARL AND WILHELMINE (STERNA BERGER 



FROM PAGE 288 



From 
Page 
1050 



From 

Page_ 

291 



(Also on Paae 1051) 



To 

.Page 

293 



RICHARD - 



JOHANNA 

KAHN 
B.5/31/1907 
Niederzissen 
D.Hofocaust 
°°1934 
Niederzissen 



LORE 
POLLACK 
BERGER 



ALBERT - REGINA 
BERGER 

SIMON 



B.10/31/1906 
Niederzissen 

D.11/1/1985 

New York 
Occ.Butcher 



B.11/22/1919 
Oberhausen 

D.I 0/31/1 986 
Chapel Hill.NC 




B.2/26/1902 B.9/27/1908 
Oberaussem Niederzissen 

D. Holocaust D. Holocaust 
5/5/1945 

«1937 
Koln II 



ERNEST - IDA 


BERGER 


WOLF 


B.4/28/1902 


B.4/1 0/1910 


Geistingen 


Niederzissen 


D.Holocaust 


D.Holocaust 




ELLEN 






WOLF 





B.7/31/1935 

Geistingen 
D. Holocaust 



(Qhmni HIH.NC) 



FRED 



HELEN 
BERGER 



SPIELMAN 



(SwDiWQfCA} 



HARVEY - JAN 

MULLIGAN 
BERSES 



B. 

D.in childbirth 



B.8/16/1950 B.4/1 1/1 951 B.3/28/1953 
Queens t NY New York New York 



Occ.Musician Occ.Attorney 



B.6/19/1955 
ChicagoJL 



Occ.Attorney 



VANESSA 
LORA 



B.1/14/1987 
San Diego.CA 

Occ.Student 



292 



THE BERGER FAMILY OF N1IEDERZISSEN 

DESCENDANTS OF ABRAHAM AND ( ) BERGER 

CHILDREN OF KARL AND W1LHELMINE (STERNA BERGER 



FROM PAGE 288 



From 

Page_ 

292 



(Also on Paae 994) 



ERIC 



CLAIRE 

HIRSCH 
B.5/1 9/1906 

Poich 
D.4/19/1954 

New York 
oo2/ /194... 

New York 
(married in 
Congregation 
Tikvoh Chado- 
shoh by Rabbi 
Shetland) 
Qcc.Milliner 



CAROLINE 
BERGER 



LEVEN 



B.3/24/1912 

Kbln 
D.1 1/1 6/1 977 

Middle Village, 
NY 
oo6/12/1955 

New York 
Occ.Automobile 

Supplies 



B.6/24/1915 
Niederzissen 



To Page 1011 



293 



THE BERGER FAMILY OF NIEDERZISSEN 

DESCENDANTS OF THEODQR AND ( ) BERGER? 

CHILDREN OF ARQN AND ELISABETH (CAHN) BERGER 



FROM PAGE 281 



(Altendorf) 



BERNHARD-JEANETTE 

WOLF 
SALM 



B. 

D. 

[Buried in 
Meckenheim] 



SALOMON - THEKLA 
SALM 

BERGE R 



B.--/9/1812 
Niederzissen 

D.3/31/1885 
Niederzissen 

«>12/28/1840 
Niederzissen 

Occ. Fruit Dealer 



3.C.1812 

Meckenheim 
D. 



JOSEPH 



PERSER 



MEYER 



PERQER 



REBECKA 
BERGER 



HERMAN 



-EffiSEL 



B.l 1/20/1818 

Niederzissen 
D.9/24/1898 
Niederzissen 



B.1/9/1821 
Niederzissen 

D.I 2/6/1 829 
Niederzissen 



B.1 0/27/1 823 
Niederzissen 
D. 



B.l/1 5/1827 
Niederzissen 

D.3/12/1854? 
Niederzissen? 



ANSELM-SOPHIA 

ISRAEL 

AEEEl 





JEANETTE 
BERGER 



ARON 



BERGER 



B.5/20/1841 
Niederzissen 

D. 



B.6/26/1843 B.7/9/1845 


B.6/5/1851 B.l 2/22/1 847 


Niederzissen Niederzissen 


Hersel Niederzissen 


D. D. 


D. D. 




oclO/29/1875 




Niederzissen 



294 



THE BERGER FAMILY QF NIEDERZISSEN 

PESCENPANTS QF THEQPQR ANP „„. ( ) BERGER? 

CHILDREN QF ARQN AND ELISABETH (CAHN) BERGER 



FROM PAGE 281 



From 
Page 
294 



MARCUS 



BERGER 



ADOLF 



HELENE 
GUNTHER 



BERG ER 



B.4/18/1850 
Niederzissen 
D. 



B.3/1 5/1853 
Niederzissen 

D.6/23/1911 
Niederzissen 

ooc.1876 

Occ. Merchant 



From 
Page 
439 



(Also on Paae 439) 



ALBERT 



LUISE 
BERGER 



FRIESEM 



B.5/31/1877 
Burgbrohl 

D.8/31/1917 
World War I 

wll/17/1904 
Niederzissen 



To Page 443 



B.9/18/1882 
Niederzissen 

D.I 0/30/1 937 
Burgbrohl 



To 
.Page 
296 



HERMANN - 



SARA 
HAAS 



BERGER 



B.l/15/1854 

D.4/5/1926 
Niederzissen 



B.2/27/1855 
Niederzissen 

D.c. 1894-95 
Bonn 

ooc.1883 

Occ.Merchant 



B. 

D.After 1895 



SALLY THEODOR-ELISABETH 
BERGER 

BERGER 



To 
J>age 
296 



HENRIETTE 
BERGER 



B.6/6/1886 

Niederzissen 
D.I 932 
Siegburg 
«2/29/1912 
Niederzissen 



B.3/1 4/1 885 
Niederzissen 
D.Hotocaust 



B. 1/24/1 884 
Niederzissen 
D.Hoiocaust 




HERMAN LEOPOLD 



_BEE££R. 



B.9/1 8/1913 
Niederzissen 



B. 



B.1/5/1918 
Niederzissen 



Striegelmuhie 



295 



THE BERGER FAMILY OF NIEDERZISSEN 

DESCENDANTS OF THEODOR AND ,„„ ( ) BERGER? 

CHILDREN OF ARON AND ELISABETH fCAHN) BERGER 



FROM PAGE 281 



From 

Page-, 
295 



LEOPOLD 



BERGER 



B.4/19/1860 
Niederzissen 
D. 




THEODOR HERMANN 



JEBGER. 



. — Twins — . 



ANTONIA 



MBSEK. 



JOHANNA 



_BEB£ER- 



To 

Page 

297 



EMMA 
BERGER 



B.6/9/1886 


B.2/14/1888 


B.5/1/1889 


B.5/1/1889 


B.7/17/1891 


Niederzissen 


Niederzissen 


Niederzissen 


Niederzissen 


Niederzissen 


D.8/26/1886 


D.8/26/1888 


D.8/10/1889 


D.8/3/1889 


D. 


Niederzissen 


Niederzissen 


Niederzissen 


Niederzissen 





296 



THE BERGER FAMILY OF N1EDERZISSEN 



DESCENDANTS OF THEQDQR AND 



X 



■ ) PERGE R? 



CHILDREN OF HERMANN AND SARA (HAAS) BERGER 



FROM PAGE 294 



From 
Page_ 

296 



MAX 
(Ariel) 



HEDWIG 
BERGER 



JJQNL 



- ROSALIAl 
BERGER 



HERMANN - 



HELENE SARA 
GOTTSCHALK 



BERGER 



B. B.8/25/1892 B. 

Duisburg Niederzissen 

D. D. D. 



B.G/2/1894 

Niederzissen 
D.Holocaust 



B.6/1 1/1895 
Niederzissen 
D.Holocaust 

«6/7/1922 

Niederzissen 
Occ.Cattle Dealer 
[He was born after 
his father died.] 



B.7/17/1891 
Konigsfeld 
D.Holocaust 



USYdney^Autfralfa) 



THEODOR - CAROLE 



^EESER. 



KARLGUNTER 



.££R£EE_ 



KARL 



JEESEL 



ESTHER 



BERGER 



B.4/29/1923 
Niederzissen 
D.3/24/2005 
Sydney,Australia 



B. 



B.1/5/1925 
Niederzissen 

D.1/12/1925 
Niederzissen 



B.I 1/13/1926 B.3/18/1929 
Niederzissen Burgbrohl 

D.Holocaust D.Holocaust 
12/31/1942 



297 



THE BERGER FAMILY OF NIEDERZISSEN 
DESCENDANTS OF THEOD QR AND ( 



,) BERGER 



CHILDREN OF HUBERT AND EVA (MEYERS BERGER 



FROM PAGE 281 



COLLMAN-MAGDALENA 
LOVE 
GUNTHER 



B. 
D. 



SIMON - THERESIA 
GUNTHER 

BERGER 



THEODOR 



3ERGER 



SOPHIA 



BERGER 



JULIANA 
BERGER 



To 

Page 

299 



REBECKA 
BERGER 



B.--/17/1814 B.c.1 822 


B.2/10/1822 


B.I 2/26/1825 


B.5/21/1826 


B.6/9/1831 


Niederzissen Burgen 


Niederzissen 


Niederzissen 


Niederzissen 


Niederzissen 


D. D. 


D. 


D.3/5/1825 
Niederzissen 


D. 


D. 


-11/14/1854 










Niederzissen 











298 



THE BERGER FAMILY OF NIEDERZISSEN 

DESCENDANTS QF TMEQDQR ANP ( ) gERQiER 

CHILDREN OF HUBERT AND EVA (MEYERS BERGER 



FROM PAGE 281 



From 

Page_ 

298" 



(Also on Page 389) 



FRIEDRICH WILHELM - JOHANNA 
(Natal ben Aryeh) NATHAN 

B. 

D.Before 1 870 



- REGINA 
(Rebecca) 
BERGER 



HARTMANN 



B.9/22/1828 

Sinzig 
D.7/7/1892 

Sinzig 
oo5/20/1870 

Sinzig 
Occ.Butcher 



B.7/17/1832 
Niederzissen 

D.12/1/1876 
Sinzig 




B. 


B. 1/16/1873 




Sinzig 


D. 


D.Holocaust 




Theresienstadt 




9/29/1942 



299 



THE BERGER FAMILY OF NIEDERZISSEN 

PESCENPANTS QF THEQPQR ANP „. ■ ( ■ „) BE RGER 

CHILDREN OF ALEXANDER AND JETTA (KRAMERS BERGER 



FROM PAGE 283 




From 
Page 

282 

I 




JEANETTE 



PERQER 



(Afsg <?n Paw %$5)\ 



PHIL1PP - JEANETTE 
(Sarah) 
BERGER 

BERGER 



B.9/26/1844 
Niederzissen 
D. 

-11/22/1878 
Niederzisssen 



B.3/16/1847 
Niederzissen 

D.2/22/1860 
Niederzissen 



B.4/4/1850 
Niederzissen 

D.2/23/1926 
Niederzissen 



B.4/2/1857 
Niederzissen 

D. 
Niederzissen 



B.12/12/1852 
Niederzissen 

D.2/22/1853 
Niederzissen 



LEOPOLD - SARA 

LAMBERT 



B.1821or31 
D. 



ALEXANDER 



BERGER 



HEYMANN -ANTOINETTE 
"Nette" 
BERGER 

CQHEN 



(K6ln) 



MAX 



BERGER 



B.1/19/18... 
D. 

To 

J[ Page 

I 302 



B.7/4/1879 
Niederzissen 
D.1/18/1885 
Niederzissen 



.5/23/1878 
Weseke, 
Kreis Borken 



B.8/20/1880 
Niederzissen 
D.Holocaust 



B.4/12/1882 
Niederzissen 
D.Holocaust 



D. 



.10/12/1908 
Niederzissen 



JULIUS - JOSEFINE 
"Feenschen" 
EGGENER 
BERGER 



B. 



D. 



B.1 2/26/1 883 
Niederzissen 
D.4/11/1918 
World War I 
6 Rhine Infan- 
try Regiment 
No.68 

«10/14/1909 
Niederzissen 
Occ.House Painter 



B.5/21/1883 

Glees 
D. 



To Page 301 



ALFRED 



B. 



BERGER 



JOHANNA 
BERGER 



B. 




300 



THE BERGER FAMILY OF NIEDERZISSEN 

DESCENDANTS OF THEODOR AND ( ) BERGER 

CHILDREN QF JUUUS AND JQSEFINE (EgGENER) BERGER 



FROM PAGE 300 



Twi ns 



- SOPHIA 
BERGER 



- SELMA 
BERGER 



ARTUR 



PTOER 



B. 


B.1/22/1910 


B. 


B.1/22/1910 


B.3/3/1914 




Niederzissen 




Niederzissen 


Niederzissen 


D. 


D.HoIocaust 


D. 


D.HoIocaust 




oo1939 




oq1939 






K5ln Ehrenfeld 




Koln III 







301 



THE BERGER FAMILY OF NIEDERZISSEN 

DESCENDANTS OF THEQDQR AND ( ) BERGER 

CHILDREN OF PHIL1PP AND JEANETTE (BERGER) BERGER 



FROM PAGE 300 



From 

Page_ 

300 



GUSTAV 



vmw 



B.8/15/1885 
Niederzissen 

D.I 2/1 3/1 885 
Niederzissen 




B.9/17/1886 
Niederzissen 

D. 



B. 
D. 




To 
_Page 
303 



FRIEDRICH - MINA 
(Fritz) MAYER 

BERGER 



B.7/29/1888 
Niederzissen 
D.Holocaust 



B. 



D. 




LOTTE JEANETTE 



PERQER 



B.7/7/1921 

Niederzissen 
D.Holocaust 
5/8/1945 



(USA) 



B.1 1/15/1922 
Niederzissen 



(Lives in Israel) 



302 



THE BERGER FAMILY OF NIEDERZISSEN 
DESCENDANTS OF THEQDQR AND ( 1 BERGER 

CHILDREN QF PH1UPP AND JEANETTE (B ERGER ) BE RG E R 

FROM PAGE 300 




PHILIP 



SCHWARTZ 



B. 
D. 



B.I 2/22/1 889 
Niederzissen 
D. 



B.I 1/3/1891 
Niederzissen 

D.3/17/1892 
Niederzissen 



D. 



(F>mmu?,NJ} 



- ROSA 
SCHWARTZ 



HILISTQN 



HUGO 



SCHWARTZ 



ALEX - 



SCHWARTZ 



B. 



B. 



B. 
D.Holocaust 



B. 
D. 



B. 
D. 



Mexico 



B.1/8/1893 
Niederzissen 

D. 

Niederzissen 



(Mexico) 



LOTHAR - 



SCHWARTZ 



B. 



B. 



303 



THE BERGER FAMILY OF NIEDERZISSEN 

DESCENDANTS OF THEODQR AND ( 1 BERGER 

CHILDREN OF PHIUPP ANP JEANETTE (B ERGER) B ERGER 

FROM PAGE 300 



From 

Page_ 

303 



PHILIP 



8. 
D. 



THEKLA 
BERGER 



B.11/13/1894 
Niederzissen 
D. 



PHILIP 



MATH LDE 
BERGER 



STERNFEIP 



B. 



Neuwied 



D. 




JOSEPH 



B.3/16/1897 
Niederzissen 
D. 



ELSE 
BERGER 



YQSS 



B.3/28/1899 
Niederzissen 
D. 
Amsterdam,Neth. 




The Sternfelds were in the 
undergound in Holland during 
World War II and survived 
the concentration camps. 



304 



THE BERGER FAMILY OF NIEDERZISSEN 
DESCENDANTS OF THEQPQR AND f ) BERGER 



CHILDREN OF ALEXANDER AND JETTA rKRAMER^ BERGER 



FROM PAGE 283 



From 
Page, 
300 



SALOMON 



3ERGER 



HERMANN 



PERQER 



ALBERT 



PER GE R 



To 

_Page 

306 



ALBERT 



CESSER. 



B.1/24/1854 


B.11/1/1856 


B.8/28/1859 


B.9/13/1860 


Niederzissen 


Niederzissen 


Niederzissen 


Niederzissen 


D. 


D.10/1 1/1859 


D.9/5/1859 


D.1 1/15/1860 




Niederzissen 


Niederzissen 


Niederzissen 



305 



THE BERGER FAMILY OF NIEDERZISSEN 

DESCENDANTS OF THEODOR AND f ) BERGER 

CHILDREN OF ALEXANDER AND JETTA (KRAMERS BERGER 



FROM PAGE 283 



SALOMON - ROSETTA 
LAMBERT 
KEMPENICH 



B. 



D. 



From 

Page 

305 



THEODOR 



- SARA 
KEMPENICH 
B.C. 1862 

Kempenich 
D.4/22/1903 
Niederzissen 
ooc.1889 
Kempenich 



\ 



- JOHANNA 
KEMPENICH 
BERGER 



B.6/1 1/1862 
Niederzissen 

D.8/9/1935 
Niederzissen 

«5/16/1904 
Niederzissen 

Occ.Merchant, 
Salesman 



B.1/28/1860 
Kempenich 

D.1/1/1926 
Niederzissen 



[Sara Kempenich 
Berger died the 
day after giving 
birth to her ninth 
child, Leo Berger. 
He died three 
months later. 
Thirteen months 
after Sara's death, 
Theodor Berger 
married her older 
sister, Johanna 
Kempenich.] 



B. 



D. 



(Also on P$g$ 565) 



KALLMANN - HANNA 

KEMPENICH 
QQTTgCHALK 



B. 

D.Before 1914 



P.c.1825 
Sessart 
D.7/27/1914 
Niederzissen 




D.After 1914 
Kofeld 



To Page 307 



306 



THE BERGER FAMILY OF NIEDER7ISSFN 

DESCENDANTS OF THEODQR AND ( 1 BERGER 

CHILDREN OF THEODOR A ND SARA fKEMPENICm BERGER 

FROM PAGE 306 

























To 
Paae 






















308 


ALEXANDER 
BERGER 




ROSA 
BERGER 




JUUA 
BERGER 




HEDWIG JOHANNA 
BERGER 



B.6/15/1890 


B. 1/9/1 892 


B.5/2/1893 


B.8/13/1894 


Niederzissen 


Niederzissen 


Niederzissen 


Niederzissen 


D.7/19/1890 


D. 


D. 


D. 


Niederzissen 









307 



THE BERGER FAMILY OF NIEDERZISSEN 
DESCENDANTS OF THEQDQR AND ( 1 BERGER 



CHILDREN OF THEODOR AND SARA f KEMPENICHI BERGER 



FROM PAGE 306 



From 

Page_ 

307 



GUSTAV 



BERGER 



HLDE 
BERGER 



SELMA 



BERGER 



JULIUS 



EERG ER 



LEO 



B ERGER 



B.11/14/1895 


B.5/20/1897 B.3/28/1899 B.7/12/1901 


B.4/21/1903 


Niederzissen 


Niederzissen Niederzissen Niederzissen 


Niederzissen 


D.l 1/23/1895 


D. D.l 2/2/1 899 D.9/1 1/1901 


D.7/24/1903 


Niederzissen 


Niederzissen Niederzissen 


Niederzissen 



308 



THE BERGER FAMILY OF NIEDERZiSSEN 
SON OF THEQDOR AND CAROLINA (RACHELS BERGER 



FROM PAGE 281 



ISAAK-ADELHEID 
WEIS 
LEIB 
L O P 



B. 
D. 



ALFRED - 



JEANETTE 

(JOHANNA) 

(Hendel) 

(Helena) 

ISAAK LEIB 



B.c.l 793-94 

D.7/4/1865 

Oberzissen 
col/25/1819 

Oberzissen 
Occ.Cattle Dealer 



B.c.lW^ 

Hain 
D.6/26/1884 

Niederzissen 



Jeanette's sister, and Isaak and 
Adelheid (Weis) Leib's other 
daughter, Saara Leib, was born in 
Hain in c.1 787 and died in 
Niederzissen on March 30, 1856. 
She was married to Michael 
Mever. 



JAKOB -HELENE 
KAUFMANN 
CAHN 



B. 
D. 



THEODOR 



PERQER 




ROSETTA 
BERGER 



To 
_Page 
310 



FRANZISKA 
BERGER 



B.1/10/1819 


B.5/31/1821 B.c.1825 


B.10/1/1823 


B.10/1 1/1825 


Oberzissen 


Oberzissen Lechenich 


Oberzissen 


Oberzissen 


D.1/9/1845 


D. D. 
«7/5/1853 
Niederzissen 


D. 


D. 



309 



THE BERGER FAMILY OF NIEDERZISSEN 

DESCENDANTS OF THEQDQR AND CAROLINA (RACHEL! BERGER 

CHILDREN OF ALFRED AND JEANETTE HSAAK LE1B! BERGER 



FROM PAGE 281 



From 

Page 

260? 



From 



LEVI -GUDULA 




ISAAK-CAROLINA 


MARX 






SCHWARZ 




BONN 


B. 


B. 




B. 


B. 


D. 


D. D. 


D. 



To 



Page. 
309 



ISAAK 



JULIA 
BENDER 



BERGER 



B.7/26/1830 B.c.1846 
Oberzissen Mayen 

D. D. 

oo9/ll/1867 
Niederzissen 
Occ. Merchant in 
Mayen 



From 
Page 
1055 



LEOPOLD 



JULIE 
"Julschen" 
BERGER 



KAHN 



B.1/20/1870 
Oberzissen 

D.10/31/1930 
Niederzissen 

oo9/9/1903 
Niederzissen 

Occ.Cattle dealer 
Butcher 



B.3/18/1871 
Oberzissen 
P.1/.../1938 

Burgbrohl 



To Page 1056 



MOSES 



KAROLINA 
SCHWARZ 
B.C. 1843-44 
Luxheim/Aachen 
D. 

oo5/18/1870 
Niederzissen 



BRUNETTA 
BONN 



_SEEQEB_ 



B. 
D. 



/ w 1868 
Krefeld 



B.4/29/1832 
Oberzissen 

D.5/27/1910 
Oberzissen 



Occ.Matzo baker 



B.c.1851-52 
Dremmen 

D.3/21/1892 
Oberzissen 




B.4/3/1834 
Oberzissen 
D. 



To Page 313 



ALFRED 



MATHILDE 



BERGER 



B.2/17/1873 
Oberzissen 

D. 

Switzerland 



Occ.Ern ployed 
more than 1 00 
people in the 
clothing store 
he owned with 
a partner 

To Page 311 



B. 
D. 



U.S.A. 



(Also on Paae 437) 



LEOPOLD - 



JOHANNA 
FRIESEM 

B.1 1/1 2/1 876 
Burgbrohl 

D.11/2/1919 
Burgbrohl 



EMMA 
MARX 



JERSER. 



B.../..../1860 
Niederzissen 
D.Hoiocaust 



B.../.../18.... 

Biningen/Mosel 
D.Hoiocaust 



To Page 31 2 



310 



THE BERGER FAMILY QF NIEDERZISSFN 

DESCENDANTS OF THEODOR AND CAROLINA (RACHELS BERGER 

CHILDREN OF ALFRED AND MATHILDE ( 1 BERGER 



FROM PAGE 310 




Hamborn 



Hamborn 



311 



THE BERGER FAMILY OF NIEDERZISSEN 

DESCENDANTS OF ABRAHAM AND ( 1 BERGER 

CHILDREN OF LEOPOLD AND JOHANNA fFRIESEM^ BERGER 















FROM PAGES 310 AND 437 












From 
Page 

1052 

1 






(A 


IsoonPaae 1062) 




















HERMANN - FRIEDA 
KAHN 




BERTRAM - HERTA 
BERGER 




JOSEF 




MAX 


BERGER 




SHAW 




BERGER 




BERGER 


B.1 1/6/1 904 
Burgbrohl 

D.1/10/1971 
Selma,AL 

Occ.Tailor 


B.3/19/1902 

Niederzisse 
D.6/1/1998 

Selma,AL 


> 
n 


B.4/24/1889 B.3/29/1906 
London Burgbrohl 

D.1 0/20/1 980 D.8/3/1 988 
London London 


B.4/1/1908 B.5/1 2/1918 

Burgbrohl Burgbrohl 
D.Holocaust D.Holocaust 




(Also on i 


>aae 1052) 






HANNA 






BERGER 























B.2/19/1942 
Selma.AL 



Occ.Teacher, 

Guidance Counselor 



Hermann and Frieda (Kahn) Berger 



Hermann and Frieda (Kahn) Berger came to the United States in the winter or early spring 
(February or March) of 1938, and they were in Selma, Alabama by September of 1938. While in New 
York, Frieda took care of the author of this book [Leopold "Leo" Hoenig], who was about a year old, 
while his mother, Billa (Hirsch) Hoenig, Hermann's cousin, was very ill with the flu. Both the author's 
father, Joseph Hoenig, and Hanna's father, Hermann Berger, were quality men's tailors and, for a 
short time, they worked side-by-side in the GGG Clothes factory in Brooklyn, NY. Both Hermann 
Berger and my uncle, Max Hirsch, were trained as tailors in Burgbrohl by Hermann's father, Leopold 
Berger. 

"What I was told about my father's being enticed to come to Selma," notes Hanna Berger, "was 
that he got and lost several jobs in New York, as it was still sort of the end of the Depression. He 
signed up with an organization to go wherever there was work. Four Jewish clothing store owners 
were on a buying trip in New York. The Jewish community here in Selma had decided to help settle a 
refugee family, preferably a tailor, as one had died here. So they went to the organization, my dad 
was called in and so I eventually became the 'southern cousin.'" 



312 



THE BERGER FAMILY OF NIEDERZISSEN 

DESCENDANTS OF THEQPQR ANP CAROLI NA (RACHEL ) BER GER 
CHILDREN OF ALFRED AND JEANETTE fISAAK LEIB^ BERGER 



FROM PAGE 310 



1SAAK 



PERCER 



B.1/19/1880 
Oberzissen 

D.4/10/1880 
Oberzissen 



ARTHUR 



JULIE 
"Julshen" 



JEESEEL 



REGINA 
BERGER 



8ERSER 



B.5/22/1881 
Oberzissen 
D.Holocaust? 



B. 

Oberzissen? 
D.Holocaust? 



B.9/8/1883 
Oberzissen 
D. 



JOHANNA 



BERGER 



ERNST 



BERGER 



B.8/19/1886 
Oberzissen 

D.7/14/1905 
Oberzissen 



B.8/7/1890 
Oberzissen 

D. 10/5/1 890 
Oberzissen 



Occ.Cotton 
Dealer 



313 



THE BERGER FAMILY OF NIEDERZISSEN 

DESCENDANTS OF THEODOR AND CAROLINA (RACHELS BERGER 

CHILDREN OF MOSES AND BRUNETTA (BONN) BERGER 



From 
Page_ 










FROM PAGE 310 


310 














HEIMANN 
(Heumann) 

BERGER 




HERMANN 

BERGER 




B.3/26/1837 
Oberzissen 

D.4/6/1837 
Oberzissen 




B. 1/4/ 1840 
Oberzissen 

D.3/12/1854? 
Oberzissen? 



314 



THE BERGER FAMILY OF NIEDERZISSEN 
CHILDREN OF DQDDERES MOSES AND GUDULA MERGER]? 



From 

Pages. 

280,281 




D. 



From 

Pages 

280,281 



D. 




B. 

D.-/20/1809 

Niederzissen 



B.--/28/1809 
Niederzissen 
D. 



B.--/14/1810 
Niederzissen 
D. 



315 



THE BERGER FAMILY OF NIEDERZISSEN 
CHILDREN OF DODDERES MOSES AND GUDULA TBERGER1? 




FRANCHET 

(FACHETTE) 

BERGER 



B.--/18/1810 


B.-/9/1812 


Niederzissen 


Niederzissen 


D. 


D. 



B.--/26/1814 
Niederzissen 
D. 



316 



THE BER6ER FAMILY OF NIEDERZISSEN 
CHILDREN OF DODDERES MOSES AND GUDULA fBERGER]? 



From 
316" 



J- 



I 



GUDULA 
BERGER 



ARNOLD 



BERGER 



I 



HELENE 



BERGER 



B.-/1 1/1815 


B.-/5/1816 


Niederzissen 


Niederzissen 


D. 


D. 



B.2/5/1818 

Niederzissen 
D.-/19/1819 

Niederzissen 



To 

-Page 

318 



317 



THE BERGER FAMILY OF N IEPERZISS E N 
CHILDREN OF DODDERES MOSES AND CUPULA TBERGER1? 



From 
Page_ 
317" 




To 

-Page 

319 



B.-/5/1816 


B. 


Niederzissen 




D. 


D.-/19/1819 




Niederzissen 



318 



THE BERGER FAMILY OF NIEDERZISSEN 
CHILDREN OF DODDERES MOSES AND GUDULA [BERGER]? 



From 
Page. 
317 




D.3/10/1825 
Niederzissen 



319 



THE SELiGMANN>BRUNELL FAMILY OF LI BLAR AND OBERAHSSFM 

Information for this family was compiled bv Dr. Ralph N. Baer. Albert H. Brunei!. 
Hennv Houwelina-Zwart Suzv Brunei I Salzman and Dr. Theodore K. Tobias 



(Also on Paae 805) 






MENDEL - 






B. 

D. 


B. 
















SEUGMANN- ROSGEN 
(Koelgen?) 

B.c.1 779 






HEYMANN - 








MENDEL 






Liblar 
D. 


f 


3. 
D. 


B. 

D. 

le 331 




BILLA 
JOSEPH 

MENDEL 




321 


To Pac 




B.17 B.17 

D. D. 

ToPs 


»ae 


From 

Page 

800 

I 










(Alho on Paae 805) 






SAMUEL - MELEM 
(Shmuel) SCHLAUMANN 
(SUSANNE 
COSMANN) 

SEUGMANN 




JACOB ZWi - SIBILLA 
(Beile) 
SEUGMANN 

BERLIN> 
SCHMffZ* 




MENDEL - 
(Michael) 
(Emanuel) 

SELK3P 
BRUN 


GUDULA 

SAMSON 

(Goed Cain) 

4ANN> 
pLL** 


B.C. 1736 

Liblar 
D.3/7/1808 
Altendorf neat 
Meckenheim 
Occ. Horse 
Dealer 

To Pat 


B.c.1 763 
Niederbacher 
D. 

3e322 


T\ 




B.C. 

G 

D.1 


1763 
elsdorf 
/30/1853 
jckenheim 

To Pages 80 


B.c.1 761 

Liblar 
D.11/1 3/1831 

Meckenheim 
[For a while she 
used the name 
Jeanette (Johan 
Wolber-Page Tt 
6 and 912 


na) 


B.I 762 

Liblar 
D.4/9/1820 

Bliesheim 
ooc.1798 

To Page 


B.I 769 

Walberberg 
D.I 2/4/1832 

Bliesheim 

322 



The witnesses on Samuel Selig- 
mann's death certificate were 
Jacob Berlin and Wolf Berlin, 
shown as Samuel's cousins. 



* = The family name was switch- 
ed back to Berlin before Jacob Zwi 
died. 



Name changed in 1808. 



320 



THE SELIGMANN>BRUNELL FAMILY OF LIBLAR AND OBERAUSSEM 
CHILDREN OF SELIGMANN AND B1LLA ( JOSEPHS MEIS1DF1 



HEYMANN - 
(Albert,Aaron) 
"Christoph" B. 

D. 



- HELENE 
WALLACH 
SELIGMANN> ' 
BRUNEI 



B.3/15/1785 B.1788or1796 



Libiar 
D.1863 

Bliesheim 
»1816 

Bliesheim 



Dernau/Ahr 
D.8/4/1 864 
Bliesheim 



To Page 328 



FROM PAGE 320 



From 
Page 
802 



JAKOB-SPRINZ 
MEYER 
BIER 



B. 
D. 
Gvmnisch | Gymnisch 



wl 



(Also on Paae 803) 



OLF 
(Hieronymus 

Schmitz) 
BERLIN** 
B.C. 1751 

Gelsdorf 
D.9/29/1824 
Meckenheim 
Occ.Day Laborer, 
Tradesman 



RACHEL 

SELIGMANN 

(JOSEPHINA 

SCHWARZ) 



ANDREAS 
BIER 



B.c.1 795 or 1799 

Gymnisch 
D.18 



B.4/28/1772 

Libiar 
D.4/25/1843 

Meckenheim 



oo5/27/1828 
Adendorf 
Occ.Day Laborer 
** = Wolf Berlin's After Rachel's death, 



first wife was 
Johanna Nathan 
(Page 803). 



Andreas Bier married 
Jetta Moses on March 
4, 1844 in Meckenheim. 
Their children, and dates 
of birth in Meckenheim: 
•Jacob Bier (2/18/1844) 
•Moses Bier (7/1/1846) 
married on 7/3/1 874 to 
Rosa Salm, daughter of 
Abraham Salm and Eva 
Oswald. She was born in 
Meckenheim on 1/16/1856, 
and their daufghter, Regina 
Bier was bom on 10/6/1874 
in Meckenheim. 
•Abraham Bier (5/25/1849) 
•Ruben Bier (10/2/1 851) 
•Seligmann Bier (9/23/1854). 



To Page 854 

To Page 890 



321 



THE SEL1GMANN>BRUNELL FAMILY OF LIBLAR AND OBERAUSSFM 

DESCENDANTS OF SELIGMANN AND ROSGEN ( ^ MFNIDFI 

CHILDREN OF SAMUEL AND MELEM fSCHLAUMANN^ SELIGMANN 



FROM PAGE 320 



ROSGEN 

(ROSALIE) 

COSMANN> 

SELIGMANN* 



JACHET 

(JEANNETTE) 

COSMANN> 

SHMUEL* 



SCHLAUMER 
(THEODOR) 



COSMANN> 
S EU6MAN N* 



B.8/8/1800 


B.1 1/27/1802 


B.9/21-22/1805 


Altendorf 


Attendorf 


Altendorf 


D. 


D. 


D. 



[* - Name changed in 1808] 



322 



THE SELIGMANN>BRUNELL FAMILY OF L1BLAR AND OBERAUSSEM 

DESCENDANTS OF SELIGMANN AND ROSGEN (. ) MENDEL 

CHILDREN OF MICHAE L AND CUPULA (SAMSONS BRUNELL 



FROM PAGE 320 



MENDEL - JOHANNA 
(GENGEN 
SELIGMANN) 
BRUNELL 
SCHNQG 



SAMSON - JOHANNA 



Shimshon 



LENZ 



WQNELL 



B.I 789 

Disternach 
D.1868 

Erp 



B.2/12/1791 

Liblar 
D.1868 

Erp 



B.1807 

Bliesheim 
D. 



EMANUEL - KAETCHEN 
( ben MORTGE 

Shimshon) 
BRUNELL 



B.1848 
Kerpen 

D.I 925 
Kerpen 

[Buried in 

Kerpen] 



B.1856 
Rhens 

D. 1936 
Kerpen 

[Buried in 
Kerpen 



(Faastaasse 4. Troisdorf) 



ALBERT 



HELWINE 
CAHN 



JRQNELL 



B.4/23/1889 
Kerpen 

D.Holocaust 
Deported from 
Koln to Lodz 



B.1/13/1888 
Kommern 

D.Holocaust 
Deported from 
Koln to Lodz 



ERWIN 



BRUNELL 



B.2/1/1918 
Bonn 

D.Holocaust 
Auschwitz 
8/12/1942 



B.I 808 

Kerpen 
D. 



ANDREAS - ADELHEID 



(Ascher) 



KATZ 



BRQNELL 



B.I 1/1/181 1 

Bliesheim 
D.1864 

Oberaussem 
"6/17/1836 

Pfaffendorf 



DAVID 
(David ben 
Shimshon) 



BRUNELL 



B.2/7/1807 

Neurath 
D. 



To Page 325 



B.I 849 
Kerpen 

D.1923 
Kerpen 

[Buried in 
Kerpen] 



CARL 



ROSALIE 
ROTHSCHILD 



PRQNEU 



B.6/14/1891 

Kerpen 
D.Holocaust 

Theresienstadt 



B. 
D. 
[To U.S. in 1939] 



EGON 



BRUNELL 



BERTHOLD 



BRUNELL 



B.1925 
Koln 



[To U.S. in 1939] 
323 



B.1932 
Moedrath 



[To U.S. in 1939] 



THE SELIGMANN>BRUNELL FAMILY OF LIBLAR AND OBERAUSSEM 

DESCENDANTS OF SEL1GMANN AND RfiSGEN (... 1 MENDEL? 

CHILDREN OF ANDREAS AND ADELHEID fKATZ^ BRUNELL 



FROM PAGE 323 



To 

.Page 

325 



ABRAHAM - ROSALIE 
(Avraham ben HAAS 

Ascher) (Ziria bat Chaim) 
BBLMLL 



B.1845 

Oberaussem 
D.1896 

Oberaussem 
[Buried in 
Bergheim] 



B.I 847 

D.1910 

Oberaussem 
[Buried in 
Bergheim] 











(Also on 


Pane 854) 




PHILIP - AMALIA 




MORITZ - HELENA 




(Uri ben CAHN 




SOMMER 




Shmuel) 








SIMONS 




TOBIAS 




B.c.1 858 


B.c.1 860 




B.1843 


B.1/12/1843 


Glessen 


Zundorf 


Merzbach 


D.1914 


D. D. 


D. 


Ichendorf 






[Buried in 


«> 11/19/1869 




Bergheim] 


Rheinbach 




1 


1 











HERMAN 



EVA 
TOBIAS 



BRUNELL 



MAX 



EMMA 
BRUNELL 



SIMONS 



LEO 



JULIE 
BRUNELL 



WOLF 



B.8/26/1875 
Oberaussem 

D.Holocaust 
Deported to 
Lodz in 1941 

ool 0/22/1 900 



B.3/21/1873 

Niederzundorf 
D.Holocaust 



[Parents: Moritz 
and Elisabeth 
Occ.Cattle Dealer (Stuf) Tobias] 
To Page 326 



B.6/20/1887 
Quadrath/ 
ichendorf 

D.Holocaust 
Deported to 
Riga 1941 



B.4/2/1880 

Oberaussem 
D.Holocaust 



B.1 1/25/1893 

D.Holocaust 
Deported to 
Riga 1941 



B.c.1 890 

Oberaussem 
D.Holocaust 



To Page 327 



324 



THE SELIGMANN>BRUNELL FAMILY OF LIBLAR AND QBERAUSSEM 

DESCENDANTS OF SELIGMANN AND ROSGEN ( ) MENDEL? 

CHILDREN OF ANDREAS AND ADELHEID fKATZ^ BRUNELL 



FROM PAGE 323 



From 

Page_ 

324 



EMANUEL 
(Menachem ben 
Asher) 

BELMLL 



B.1837 

Niederaussem 
D.1917 

Bedburg 
[Buried in 
Bedburg, Erft] 
(See note below) 



CAROLINE 
BRUNELL 



B.c.1 847 

Oberaussem 
D.After 1 900 

[Buried in 
Bedburg, Erft} 



NOTE: According to testimony found by Henny Houweling-Zwart, Emanuel Brunell and his 
wife, Netta Leiser, had a son, Slgmund Brunell, born in Kerpen on June 14, 1878 and was 
married to Emma Roer, born in Kreuznau on December 2, 1885. Both of them perished in 
Theresienstadt and Siffmund's date of death is listed as January 21 . 1943. 



325 



THE SEL1GMANN>BRUNELL FAMILY OF L I BLAR AND QBFRAUSSFM 

DESCENDANTS OF SELIGMANN AND ROSGEN ( ) MENDEL? 

CHILDREN OF HERMAN AND EVA (TOBIAS^ BRUNELL 



FROM PAGE 325 



MORITZ 



ROSA 
LEVY 



MAYER 



B. 
D. 



lB.1 0/5/1 868 

D. Holocaust 
Theresienstadt 



From 

Page 

291 



ALBERT 



MELANIE 
MAYER 



BRUNELL 




B.9/16/1901 B.4/25/1907 



Porz 


Niedermendig 


D.Holocaust 


D.Holocaust 


Deported to 


Deported to 


Lodz 1941 


Lodz and Riga 


oo1935 


1941 


Niedermendig 





B.9/1 1/1904 

Niedermendig 
D.Holocaust 



B.7/6/1903 

Zundorf 
D.Holocaust 



l{AIsoonPaae291) 



MORITZ - IRMGARD 
BERGER 
B.4/30/1904 
Niederzissen 
D.Holocaust 
oo8/27/1 940 
Niederzissen 



IRMA 
KATZ 



BRUNEI 



/ 



B.11/29/1905 B.1/31/1913 
Niederztindorf Wewlinghoven/ 

D.3/7/1 983 Grevenbroich 
Burgbrohl 

(Lived in Glees) 




B.2/12/1933 
Zundorf 

D.Holocaust 
Deported to 
Lodz 1941 



326 



THE SELIGMANN>BRUNELL FAMILY OF L1BLAR AND OBERAUSSFM 

DESCENDANTS OF SELIGMANN AND ROSG EN ( 1 MENDEL? 

CHILDREN OF MAX AND EMMA (BRUNELL^ SIMONS 



FROM PAGE 325 



ALBERT 



REGINA 
BERGER 



BRUNELL> 



B.2/26/1902 
Oberaussem 
D.Holocaust 

[Deported to 
Lodz] 
«1937 
Koln II 



B.9/27/1908 
Niederzissen 

D.Holocaust 
5/5/1945 

[Deported to 

Lodz] 





B.3/21/1913 
Oberaussem 
D.Holocaust 
[Deported to 
Minsk-1942] 
[Parents: Philipp 
and Saii (Bluethe) 
Samuel] 



B.10/18/1910 

Frechen 
D.Holocaust 



B.2/12/1915 
Oberaussem 

D.Holocaust 
Treblinka 



327 



THE SELIGMANN>BRUNELL FAMILY OF LIBLAR AND OBERAUSSFM 

DESCENDANTS OF SELIGMANN AND BILLA f JOSEPH! MFNDFI 

SON OF HEYMANN AND ( ) BRUNELL 



FROM PAGE 321 



SELIGMANN- JOHANNA 
MARX 

BRUNELL 



B.5/2/1818 
Bliesheim 

D.Before1876 
Bliesheim 

001853 



B.C. 1828 

Weilerswist 
D.4/20/1907 



MICHEL 



PAUL* 
BRUNELL 



MARX 



B.1 0/6/1 860 
Grossvernich 
by Euskirchen 

D/1 1/27/1937 
Heimerzheim 

»1887 



ALBERT 



BERTHA 
KATZ 



B.I 861 

Bliesheim 
D. 



mm 



B.8/29/1863 

Bliesheim 
D.1 1/24/1910 

Bruhl 

00 

[Buried in Bruhl] 



B.5/5/1869 

BrUhl-Pingsdorf 
D.7/5/1939 

Bruhl 



[Buried in Bruhl] 



To Page 330 




B.I 888 

Weilerswist 
D. 



B.1888 

Weilerswist 
D. 



B.I 889 

Weilerswist 
D. 



328 



THE SELIGMANN>BRPNELL FAMILY OF LI BLAR AND OBERAUSSEM 

DESCENDANTS OF SELIGMANN AND BI LLA (JOSEPHS MENDEL 

CHILDREN OF MICHEL AND PAULA (BRONELL^ MARX 



FROM PAGE 328 



From 
Paae 




















328 


















IDA 
MARX 




ROSALIE 
MARX 




MAX 


MARX 



B.5/25/1891 


B.2/6/1895 


B.1896 


Weilerswist 


Weilerswist 


Weilerswist 


D. 


(Grossvernich) 


(Grossvernich) 




D.I 927 


D. 


[died young] 


Bonn 





329 



THE SEL1GMANN>BRUNELL FAMILY OF LiBLAR AND OBERAUSSEM 

DESCENDANTS OF SELIGMANN AND B1LLA fJOSEPm MENDEL 

SON OF ALBERT AND BERTHA (KATZ1 BRUNELL 



FROM PAGE 328 




HELENA 
BRONELL 



PAULA 
BRONELL 



B.I 892 

Bruhl 
D.I 966 

Cambridge, Engl and 



B.5/30/1896 


B.1 1/30/1 902 


Bruhl 


Bruhl 


D.Holocaust 


D.Holocaust 


Minsk 


Minsk 



330 



THE SELIGMANN>BRUNELL FAMILY OF LIBLAR AND ORFRAUSSFM 
CHILDREN OF HEYMANN AND ( ) MENDEL 

FROM PAGE 320 



ANSCHEL E. - 



GUDULA 
HEYMANN 



KAUFMANN 



B.I 748 

Euskirchen 
D.I 829 

Liblar 
occ.1784 



B.17 



D.Before 1 800 



SELIGMANN - SIBILLA 
(HEUMANN) (Brendel) 
"Christoph" BRENTEL LEVY 
(BRENTEL BLUM) 
HEYMANN> 
gRUN EL L* 



B.1 1-12/1775 

Liblar 
D.1868 

Hurth 
«1805 
Occ.Merchant, 

Salesman 



MENDEL 

[MONTEL] 



BRUNELL 



(K$n-NipP9s} 



B.c.1783 
Hurth 

D. 

[Her father was 
Alexander Levy 
from Hurth] 

To 
—Page 



JOSEPH 



BRUNELL 



B.6/23/1810 

Hurth 
D. 



B. 

D.after 1 847 



D.afterl847 



[Lived in Kdln-Nippes since 
about 1833] 



ALBERT JOSEF - BETTI 
(Avrahomben LANGENBACH 

Yosef) 
BRUNELL 



EYSEK - ANNA 


(Israel) BRONELL 


Bl 


ER 


B.I 808 


B.C. 181 4 


Deutz (Koln) 


Hurth 


D.5/17/1871 


D.4/30/1863 


Deutz 


K6ln 


»1834 




Deutz 




(Town Hall) 





To Page 334 



BERNHARD - ALWINE 
HERZ 

mMLL 



KARL - VERONIKA 
GRADWOHL 

BRUNELL 



WALTER 
JOSEF 



JEUNELL 



B. B. B. 

D.before 1925 D.after 1925 D.after 1 926 

[They had a daughter, Mrs. Occ.Salesman 
Emmy Julie Mayer (also 
Meyer) formerly of Hamburg, 
lived in Vienna in 1 925] 



[The deportation lists of Koln contain many people with the Brttnell name. See notes at the 
bottom of Page 332B for additional information.] 



B.7/7/1847 B.I 0/1 1/1862 B. 


B.2/8/1975 


Koln-Nippes Frankfurt 




Monchen- 


D.l 0/1 7/1 922 D.5/4/1945 


D.Before 


gladbach 


Koln New York 


1938 


D.Holocaust 


[Buried in 




Auschwitz 


Bocklemunde] 


Occ.Lawyer 


11/19/1943 


[Teutoburger Strasse 6,K6ln] 




[See note on 
Page 332BJ 


To Page 332 


To Page 332B 



331 



THE SEL1GMANN>BRUNELL FAMILY OF L1BLAR AND OBFRAIISSFM 

DESCENDANTS OF SELIGMANN AND RftSGEN ( ) MENDF1 .? 

CHILDREN OF ALBERT AND BETTI fLA NGENBACm BRUNELL 



FROM PAGE 331 



PAUL JOSEF 



HELENE 
JOSEFA BABETTE 
CANNSTATT 
BRONELL 



B.12/21/1887 

Koln 
D.9/9/1959 

Chicago.lL 
OccAccountant, 

Restitution 

Claims 



B.9/17/1891 

Mannheim 
D.7/9/1981 

ChicagoJL 
Occ.Salesperson, 

Stenographer 



WERNER C. - ILSE NATHALIE 

[WARNER] VOGEL 
BEIMLL 



OTTOMORITZ - PAULA 


GUTMAN 


BRUNELL 


B.3/27/1890 


B.1 0/28/1 900 


Koln 


Koln 


D.8/22/1959 


D.1 1/3/1999 


New York 


New York 


co7/27/1920 




Koln 




OccOwned a 


Occ. Office worker 


textile business 





ALBERT HARRY - RUTH 

[HEINZ ALBERT] LEWIN 

BRUNELL 



To Pages' 18 7, 



B.7/4/1921 

Koln 
0,9/14/2004 

Chicago, IL 
oo6/30/1 946 

To Page 332A 



B.4/20/1923 

Hanau 
D.1/25/1999 

Harvey, IL 



I 



B.6/13/1925 

K6ln 

oo5/1950 
Occ. Imported foods 
industry 



B.4/12/1925 
Berlin 



Occ. Secretary 



BARRY ALAN-VIVIAN MARCIA 
BRUNELL 

ZIMMERMAN 



B.10/13/1951 

Chicago,IL 
oo12/30/1973 



B.5/14/1952 
Chicago, IL 



DR.RICHARD - YVONNE BETTY 
STEINBERG (M.D.) BRUNELL 
B.1/10/1950 
oo3/18/1984 
(Divorced) 



ALANG. - 
CUTLER* 



GARY ALAN - GLORIA JEAN 
RIVERA 

iELMLL 



B.4/12/1957 

Chicago,IL 



B.I 0/1 0/1 950 
ChicagoJL 



B.12/28/1954 
Chicago,! 



B.1/17/1965 



RYAN LAWRENCE 
STEINBERG 



BRITT ALANA 
STEINBERG 



CURTIS ALAN 
BRUNELL 



B.10/7/1985 

BarringtonJL 



B.I 0/20/1 986 
Barrington,IL 



B.4/9/1992 



JOSHUA DAVID - REBECCA 
BROWN 
ZIMMERMAN 



JOSHUA PHILLIP-ELYCE DANIEL 

ZIMMERMAN 
BAQEB 



B.3/23/1976 B.10/16/1976 
Hazel CrestJL 

oo7/22/2001 



B.3/20/1977 



oo8/24/2003 



B.6/21/1978 
Hazel CrestJL 



* = Alan G. Cutler has two 

sons with his first wife: 
•Bradley Cutler, B. 6/3/1981 

•P9vu^tler,p.8/17/1985 



332 



THE SELIGMANN>BRUNELL FAMILY OF LIBLAR AND OBERAUSSFM 

DESCENDANTS OF SELI6MANN AND RQSGEN I \ MFNDFI ? 

CHILDREN OF WERNER AND 1LSE (VOGEU BRUNELL 



FROM PAGE 332 



B. 



MARC - LINDA JOYCE 
BRUNELL 

LEvnr 

B. 



URRYGLEN - WANDA 



BRUNELL 

B. B. 



Occ. 



Occ. 



332A 



THE SELiGMANN>BRUNELL FAMILY OF LIBLAR AND QBERAUSSEM 

DESCENDANTS OF SELIGMANN AND ROSG EN ( ) MENDFI ..? 

SON OF BERNHARD AND ALWINE (HERZ1 BRUNELL 



FROM PAGE 331 



DR. ALFRED - 
(J.D.) 



HEDWIG LUISE 
VRIESEWETTER 



BRUNEI! 



B.2/3/1906 
Koln 



B.4/24/1907 
K6ln 



»12/27/1930 

Koln 
Occ.Bank Clerk 
[Lived at Lupus- 
strasse 30, Koln 
in 1925] 

[Migrated to Holland and lived at Watteaustraat 
4 III, Amsterdam in 1938. Alwine Herz-Brunell, 
a widow, also lived there. Therefore, I am ssuming 
Alwine was the wife and widow of Bernhard Brunell. 
See Page 331 .] 



The deportation lists of Koln contain many people with the Brunell name. Also, see Henriette 

Brunell from Koln on Pages 103 and 482. 
On April 14, 2004, Henny Houweling-Zwart found the following other Brunells from Koln in 

the Gemeentearchief in Amsterdam: 

1. Johanette Brunell, born in Koln on July 27, 1896. 

2. Sibilla Brunell, born in Koln on June 9, 1895 and perished in Sobibor on June 11, 1943 
after being deported from the Westerbork concentration camp in Holland. She was the 
daughter of Alice Briinell-Cahn, who was born in Elberfeld on July 31, 1875 and she 
perished in Sobibor on July 20. 1943. 



332B 



THE SEL1GMANN>BRUNELL FAMILY OF LIBLAR AND OBERAUSSEM 

DESCENDANTS OF SELIGMANN AND RQSGEN ( ^ MENDEL? 

CHILDREN OF OTTO AND PAULA (GUTMAN) BRUNELL 



FROM PAGE 332 



(Also on Paae I87T 



ARTHUR 



MARGARET 
BRUNELL 



ANSCHEL 



B.7/17/1911 

Polch 
D.5/30/1993 

Queens, NY 

00 



Occ. 



To Page 191 



JERRY A. 
[GERHARD] 



ANNE 
CAHN 



gRUNELL 



B.4/27/1922 
Koln 



B.1/31/1926 

Koln 
D.9/25/2003 

New York 
oo12/25/1954 

New York 
Occ.lnsurance, 
President, New 

Era Club [Aufbau] 




B.7/24/1959 
Queens.NY 



0012/14/1985 
Brooklyn, NY 
Occ.lnsurance 



B.2/24/1963 
Brooklyn,NY 



STACI ILYSSA 



PRUNELL 



LANDON PARKER 



BRUNELL 



B.9/14/1991 
Queens,NY 



B. 11/1/2000 
Mineola.NY 



B.4/1/1931 
Koln 



ANDREW 
LERNER 
B.I 1/18/1960 
Queens, NY 



«9/13/1987 

Great Neck,NY 
(Divorced) 



JANET FELICE 
BRUNELL 



KENNETH P. 
SI LVERMAN 



B.3/1/1952 
Brookiyn,NY 



B.6/1 5/1962 
Queens, NY 



oo8/13/1995 

Occ.Attorney Occ.Attorney 



DAVID LAURENCE 



SILVERMAN 



HALEY JORDYN 



SILVERMAN 



B.3/26/1996 
Queens,NY 



B.3/11/1998 
Queens,NY 



Occ.Student 



Occ.Student 



Occ.Student 



[Kenneth Silverman has a daughter with his first wife, 
Samantha Jo Silverman, born 6/7/1988 in Queens, NY.] 



333 



THE SELIGMANN>BRONELL FAMILY OF LIBLAR AND OBERAUSSEM 

DESCENDANTS OF HEYMANN AND ( ) MENDEL 

CHILDREN OF EYSEK AND ANNA f BRQNEm BIER 



FROM PAGE 331 



RABBI - VOGEL 
MICHAEL DUELKEN 
VQNG^UPERN 



B.1730 

Dusseldorf 
D. 12/1 4/1 824 

Deutz 
OccChief Rabbi 

in Deutz 



JOEL - SARA 

GELDERN 
QCHS 



B. 
D. 



B. 
D. 



r 



JOSEPH - CAROLINE 
OCHS 
VON GELDERN 



B.I 762 
Deutz 

D.8/6/1845 
Koln 



B.I 766 

Furth/Bay 
D.1/1 1/1849 



o 



_To Page 800 



(plus three other sons) 



HEIMANN - CLARA 

JOSEPHS 
WEINBERG 



B. 
D. 



To 

_Page 

335 



MARKUS - SOPHIA 
3LUIKENSTEIN VON GELDERN 
3. 



\ 



}. 



JOSEPH 
BIER 



B.1841 


B.I 847 


Hurth 


Deutz 


D.4/7/1886 


D. 


Koln-Deutz 





ALBERT 
BIER 



B. 

D. 



JOSEPH - SIBILLA 
BIER 
WEINBERG 



B. 
D. 

«1873 
Deutz 



B. 

D. 



334 



THE SEL1GMANN>BRUNELL FAMILY OF LIBLAR AND OBERAUSSFM 

DESCENDANTS OF HEYMANN AND ( 1 MFNDFI 

CHILDREN OF EYSEK AND ANNA (BRUNELL) BIER 

FROM PAGE 331 



From 

Page. 

334 



JOSEPH - CAROLINA 
"Helene" 
BIER 
KOPPEL 



B.2/4/1834 

Bornheim 

D.8/3/1913 



B.7/1 1/1846 

K5ln-Mulheim 
D/1 0/1 6/1 925 



GISBERT 



KOPPEL 



B.3/19/.1876 

Bochum 
D.Holocaust 

Auschwitz 
[Deported to Theresienstadt 
6/16/1942 and on 5/14/1944 
to Auschwitz] 



335 



THE SELIGMANN>BRUNELL FAMILY OF LIBLAR AND OBERAUSSEM 

DESCENDANTS OF HEYMANN AND ( ^ MENDF1 

CHILDREN OF SELIGMANN AND SIBILLA fBERNTEL LEVY^ BRUNFI I 

FROM PAGE 331 



From 

Page_ 

331 



(HQrth) 



COSSMAN 
(Chaim) 



SARA 
HEIDT 



BRUNELL 



B.l 1/27/1816 

Hurth 
D.After1867 

Hurth 
Occ. Grocer 
[Birth Certificate 
No. 195] 



JONAS 



BRUNEU 



B.c,1830 

D.After1867 
Hurth 



B.1829 
Hurth 
D. 



LEOPOLD 


- HELENA 


(Yehudah ben 


NEBENZAHL 


Chaim) 


(Chaya Sureh) 


BRUNELL 


B.9/21/1867 


B. 


Hurth (2 pm) 


Bremen 


D.3/27/1927 


D.l 1/20/1932 


Frankfurt 


Frankfurt 


wl/24/1904 




Bremen 




[Buried in the 


[Buried in the 


Old Jewish 


Old Jewish 


Cemetery in 


Cemetery in 


Frankfurt] 


Frankfurt] 



HERMANN 



BRUNELL 



B.l 0/1 7/1 869 
Hurth 

D.Holocaust 
Theresienstadt 
2/20/1943 



To Page 187 



336 



THE CAHN FAMILY FROM MERTI OCM 



Cahn/Kahn is a variation of Cohen, which means priest in Hebrew. They are considered 

descendants of the Temple's high priests and have special privileges and obligations in Judaism 

They traditionally arrive at the Wailing Wall during Passover and Sukkot holidays to bless "the 

children of Israel." Cohen is one of the most common names in Israel, accounting for more 
for more than 30 paffes in the Tel Aviv telephone directory. 



(Kraft) 




BERMANN DAVID - 


ROSINA 




BENDER 


CAHN 





B. 

D. 



fAl\o on Paaes 1 062. 124^A) 



BERNHARD 



NANNETTE 

(Rifka) 

(Rebecka) 

KAUFMANN 

B.8/14/1802 
Munstermaifeld 

D.1/19/1840 
Mertloch 

ooc.1 829-30 



JOHANNA 

(Jeannette) 

WOLFF 



CAHN 



B,c.1 794-1 797 
MOnstermaifeld 

D.Before 1863 
Mertloch 

ooc.1840 



B.2/8/1799 

Mertloch 

[Seventh Year of 

French Republic] 
D.4/25/1863 

Mertloch 



From 
Page 
1062 



(Also on Page 1242) 



SIMON - 


CLARA 


(Lehmen 


DANIEL 


Binnes) 


FROMMET 


WO 


LFF 


B.17 


B.c.1 767 


Mertloch 


Kettig 


D.Before 1 863 


D.6/10/1845 


Mertloch 


Mertloch 



To Page 338 

To Page 339 



337 



THE CAHN FAMILY FROM MERTLOCH 

DESCENDANTS OF BERMANN DAVID AND ROSINA fBFNDER) CAHN 

CHILDREN OF BERNHARD AND NANNETTE fKAUFMANN^ CAHN 



FROM PAGE 337 



MOSES -ROSETTA 
RIEDER 
KAUFMANN 




B. 

D.7/2/1838 
Glees 


B. 

D.9/29/1835 
Glees 



(Also on Paae 154) 



SALOMON - HELENA 
KAUFMANN 
ANSCHEL 
CAHN> 
KAHN* 




B.11/15/1830 

Mertloch 
D.7/16/1918 

Polch 
oo8/18/1857 

Mertloch 
Occ.lnkeeper in 
Polch 



B. 



D. 



B.1 2/23/1 834 

Mertloch 
D. 



To 

.Page 

339 



BENJAMIN - 



EVA 
KAUFMANN 



CAHN 



[Helena Kaufmann married Michael Anschel — 
she was his second wife — on November 2, 
1844. He died on February 21, 1855 in Polch.] 



B.I 836 

Mertloch 
D.I 880 

Kom mern 
oo1863(=] 
Froikhelm 
Occ. Watchmaker 
in Kommern 



B.1838 

Kommern 
D.1897 

Kommern 



338 



THE CAHN FAMILY FROM MERTLQCH 
DESCENDANTS OF BERMANN DAVID AND ROSINA fBENDER^ CAHN 
CHILDREN OF BERNHARD AND NANNETTE (KAUFMANS CAHN 

DAUGHTER OF BERNHARD AND JOHANNA (WOI Pt\ CAHN 



From 
Page 

338 










FROM PAGE 337 














CAROLINA 
CAHN 




SIMON 

CAHN 




B.4/7/1838 




Mertloch 
D.5/24/1843 
MGnstermaifeld 


B.9/8/1839 

Mertloch 
D. 




B.6/1 1/1841 
Mertloch 

D.7/16/1841 
Mertloch 



339 



THE DAHL FAMILY FROM WIERSCHEM 





- 




DAHL 


B. 




B. 


D. 




D. 


(Also or 


iPaaes 341.552) 




SIMON 


- JOHANNA 




DAHL 




GARTNER 


B. 




B. 


Forst 




Wierschem 


D. 




D. 


Forst 




Forst 





To Pages 341 ,552 



340 



THE DIEWALD/DEWALD FAMILY FROM MONSTERMAIFELD 



The Diewald family lived In Wierschem — and must have worked as serfs for the Grafen 
(Dukes) Eltz at their castle and on the castle grounds. In 1784, the Diewalds moved into 
their house at Pifflpertor Strasse 10 in Munstermaifeld. where thev lived until the Holocaust. 



SAMUEL 


- 


B. 

D.17 
Wierschem 


B. 

D.17 
Wierschem 



ISAAC - ROSINE 
(Isaac Samuel) DAUB 

(DIWALT) 
DIEWALD 



B.17 

Wierschem 
D.After 1808 

Wierschem 



B.17 

D.After 1808 
Wierschem 



MATHIAS 
(Samuel Isaac) 



ESTHER 
MORER 



PiEWALP 



B.c.1784 

Wierschem 
D.c.1855 




JEANNETTE 

(Scheingen) 

DIEWALD 



B. 



D. 



B.11/7/1790 
Wierschem 
D. 
(Also on Pages 340.552) 



B.4/10/1794 
Wierschem 
D. 



SIMON - JOHANNA 
DAHL 
GARTNER 



B. 

Forst 
D. 
Forst? Brohl? 



LORENZ-ROSINA 
MAYER 



JfiflK 



B. 



Wierschem 



D. 



B. 



D. 



H. 



B. 



D. 



(Also on Page 553) 



MARKUS 
(Mordechai) 



BARBARA 
GARTNER 



DIEWALD 



ISAAC 

(Yitzchak) 



JOHANNA 
WIRTH 



PIEWALP 



MOSES 



DIEWALD 



B.2/12/1814 
Wierschem 

D.5/3/1881 
Wierschem 



B.C. 1822 

Forst 
D.3/27/1879 

Wierschem 



B.1822 

Munstermaifeld 

D.3/13/1895 

Munstermaifeld 



B.1822 B.1828 

Gemunchen Munstermaifeld 

D.8/26/1908 D. 

Munstermaifeld 



To Page 342 



To Page 346 
341 



THE DIEWALD/DEWALD FAMILY FROM MUNSTERMAIFELD 

DESCENDANTS OF ISAAC AND RQSINE (DAUB^ DIEWALD 

CHILDREN OF MARKUS AND BARBARA (GARTNERS D1EWALD 

FROM PAGES 341, 553 



ISAAC 



ANNA 
WOLF 



gQNTHER 



B. 

D.Before 1 900 
Burgen 



B. 

D.Before 1 900 
Burgen 



SIMON 



CAROLINE 
GUNTHER 



P15WAIP 



ISAAK 



PIEWALP 



B.6/27/1842 

Wierschem 
D. 

Burgen 
(Kreis St.Goar) 
coll/24/1900 

Munstermaifeld 



B.1/30/1849 

Burgen 

(Kreis St.Goar) 
D. 



B.3/24/1844 
Wierschem 

0.8/21/1844 
Wierschem 



To 
.Page 
345 



DAVID - GERTRUDE 
(Gertrudis) 
FREEDBERG 
DIEWALD 



B.7/10/1845 

Wierschem 
D.12/18/1922 

Munstermaifeld 
«1 0/28/1 872 

Munstermaifeld 



SIGISMUND 



DIEWALD 



JULIUS 



PIEWALP 



B.1 1/27/1874 

Munstermaifeld 
D. 



B.1 1/6/1875 

Munstermaifeld 
D. 



B. 11/18/1 841 
Niederlahnstein 
(near Wiesbaden) 

D.1/17/1905 
Munstermaifeld 



To 
-Page 
343 



SIEGFRIED - 
"Fritz" 



REGINE 
(Rachel bat 
Chaim) 
MOSES 
DIEWALD> 
PEWALD* 



B.8/5/1876 

Munstermaifeld 
D.Holocaust 

(Deported in 
1942) 



B.4/4/1882 

Altwied 
D.3/1 1/1937 
Munstermaifeld 



[* = Spelling of family name changed.] 
342 



THE DIEWALD/DEWALD FAMILY FROM MUNSTERMAIFELD 

DESCENDANTS OF ISAAC AND RQSINE ( PAUP) PIEWA LP 
CHILDREN OF DAVID AND GERTRUDE fFREEDBERG) D1EWALD 



FROM PAGE 342 



From 

Page_ 

342 



JOSEPH 



DIEWALD 



HUGO 



IDA 



DIEWALD> 
DEWALD* 



B.6/21/1878 
Munstermaifeld 

D. 
New York? 



B.5/1/1880 |B. 

Munstermaifeld 1 
D. D. 

New York? 



Occ.Business 
Agent,Local 
400, Amalga- 
mated Meat 
Cutters Union, 
New York City 



Information about their children 
was not found. 



MORITZ - SELMASARA 
WARTENSLEBEN 

PIEWALP 



B.7/1 5/1881 
Munstermaifeld 
D.Holocaust 
2/13/1941 
Dachau 
[He and Alex 
Kauf ma nn were 
the first ones 
deported from 
Munstermaifeld 
by the Nazis.] 



B.4/7/1890 

D.Holocaust 
(Deported 
7/27/1942) 



To Page 344 



Spelling of family name changed.] 



343 



THE D1EWALD/DEWALD FAMILY FROM MUNSTERMAIFELD 

DESCENDANTS OF ISAAC AND RQSINE fDAUB^ D1EWALD 

CHILDREN OF MORITZ AND SELMA SARA fWARTENSLEBEN^ DIFWAI n 



FROM PAGE 343 



ARON - BERTA 
WOLF 
LQWEKSTEIN 



B.6/17/1873 

lllerich 
D. 



Kaisersesch 



From 
Page_ 
342 ~ 



B.5/1/1873 

Senheim 
D. 



r± 



HERBERT - HILDE 

DIEWALD 
lOWENSTEJN 




B.10/12/1909 B.3/5/1920 

Hambuch Mtinstermaifeld 

(near Kaisersesch) D.Holocaust 
D. Holocaust 

oo1938-39 Occ. Worked for 

Dr. Weiss 



B.12/7/1923 

Munstermaifeld 
D.2/27/1939 

Ober Ramstadt 
[He was retarded, 
and this prevented 
the rest of the family 
from leaving Germany.] 



344 



THE DIEWALD/DEWALD FAMILY FROM MflNSTERMAlFELP 

DESCENDANTS OF ISAAC AND RQS1NE (DAUB^ DIEWALD 

CHILDREN OF MARKUS AND BARBARA (GARTNERS DIEWALD 



FROM PAGE 342 



From 
342 



MOISES 



DIEWAI P 



(Boy) 



PIEWALP 



JOHANNA 



DIEWALD 



B.4/16/1847 
Wierschem 
D. 



Born dead on 
12/14/1848 
in Wierschem 



B.6/25/1850 
MQnstermaifeld 

D.2/4/1868 
Wierschem 



KAROLINE 

(Caroline) 

(Fray Uch bat 

Mordechai) 

DIEWALD 



B.8/23/1852 

Wierschem 
D.1 1/4/1934 

MQnstermaifeld 



[She had a son with a Mr. 
Zimmermann, a Christian 
man who lived in 
Wierschem. Their son was 
a chicken farmer in 
Wierschem. The son was 
married and had a daughter 
named Christina.] 



345 



THE DIEWALD/DEWALD FAMILY FROM MUNSTERMAIFELD 

DESCENDANTS OF ISAAC AND RQSINE (DAUB^ DIEWALD 

CHILDREN OF ISAAC AND JOHANNA (WIRTH) DIEWALD 



FROM PAGE 341 



SAMUEL 

(Shmuel ben 

Yitzchak) 



SETTA 
HARTMANN 



D'EWAIP 



(PillioertorlStr. 10. Munstermaifeld) 



FERDINAND - 



REGINA 
THAL 



PJEWAID 



B.2/12/1861 

Munstermaifeld 
D.9/26/1925 
Munstermaifeld 



B.3/17/1864 

D.Holocaust 
Theresienstadt 
8/6/1942 
(Deported on 
7/27/1942) 



B.4/13/1863 
Munstermaifeld 

D.7/18/1939 
Eupen f Belgmm 
(Moved to Lahn 
stein in 1 929) 



HENRIETTE 
DIEWALD 



B.I 872 

Kesten (near 
Bernkastel) 

D.10/10/1913 
Munstermaifeld 



B.7/27/1866 
Munstermaifeld 
D. 



To Page 347 



JOSEPH 



DIEWALD 



B.3/23/1897 
Munstermaifeld 

D.Holocaust 
Dachau 
5/11/1941 



FRIEDRICH 

"Fritz" 



DIEWALD 



EDUARD 



DIEWALD 



B.9/6/1898 B.c.1893 

Munstermaifeld 
D.I 987 D. 

Hilversum.Neth. 



B. 

Munstermaifeld 
D.Holocaust 



346 



THE DIEWALD/DEWALD FAMILY FROM MUNSTERMAIFELD 
DESCENDANTS QF ISAAC ANP RQS1NE (PA DS) P1EWALP 
CHILDREN OF FERDINAND AND REGINA (THAU DIEWALD 



FROM PAGE 346 



(Oberlahnstein) 



JOSEPH 



EMMY 
DIEWALD 



EICHBERS 



B.5/10/1889 
Oberlahnstein 

D.Holocaust 
(Deported from 
Guers,France) 

00 

Oberlahnstein 



Miesbaden>Eupen. Belgium) 
HERMANN - ERNA 
DIEWALD 



To 

.Page 

351 



KAHN 



B.3/13/1899 B. 
Munstermaifetd 

D.Holocaust 
Auschwitz 
(Deported from 
Guers,France) 



D.Holocaust 



JULIUS ERNST - ERNA 
ERMANN 

DIEWALD 



B.5/25/1900 



B.5/13/1903 B.6/15/1902 



Munstermaifeld Munstermaifeld Wittlich 



D.1 0/9/1 976 
Baltimore,MD 



D.Holocaust 
Auschwitz 



(Deported fromL from Guers, 



). Holocaust 
(Deported 



Guers,France) 




To Page 349 



France) 



To Page 350 



B.7/31/1920 
Bad Homburg 
vor der Hone 



oo4/11/1948 
Cincinnati, OH 

Occ.U.S.Shoe Corp. 
sales executive 



(flPasoJX) 



HAROLD 



IRENE 
[INGE] 
EICHBERG 



QSPQRNE 



B.7/20/1925 
Oberlahnstein 



B. 



To Page 348 




B.I 0/5/1 951 
Cincinnati,OH 



oo1998 

Occ.Clinical 
Psychologist 



B. 



[She has a son, 
Dylan, from a 
previous marriage] 

To Page 348 



DR. ROBERT - 
(PhD) 



EMMY BETH 
KAHN 



FRIEDENBERG 



B.9/9/1943 
Chevy Chase,MD 



008/ /1979 

CincinnatijOH 
Occ. Professor of 
Spech and Comm- 
unications at 
Miami University, 
Oxford.OH 

To Page 348 



B.I 0/5/1 954 
Cincinnati,OH 



347 



THE DIEWALD/DEWALD FAMILY FROM MUNSTERMA1FELD 

DESCENDANTS OF ISAAC AND ROS1NE (DAUB) DIEWALD 

CHILDREN OF DR. JEFFREY AND ( 1 KAHN 



ZACHARY 



KAHN 



B.10/1 1/1980 
,CA 



FROM PAGE 347 




B.5/2/1985 



,CA 



Occ.Teacher 



Occ.Student 



CHILDREN OF DR. ROBERT AND EMMY (KAHN^ FRIEDENBERG 

FROM PAGE 347 



DAVID 



FR1EDENBERG 



B.3/31/1982 
Cincinnati, OH 



LAURA 
FRIEDENBERG 



B.11/15/1985 
Cincinnati, OH 



Occ.College Student 



Occ. College Student 



CHILDREN OF HAROLD AND IRENE (EICHBERG^ OSBORNE 

FROM PAGE 347 



JOHN 



DEBORAH 
OSBORNE 



B. 



HARRIS 
B. 




ELISA 
OSBORNE 



348 



THE DIEWALD/DEWALD FAMILY FROM MflNSTERMAIFFlD 

DESCENDANTS OF ISAAC AND RQSINE (DAUB) DIEWALD 

DAUGHTER OF HERMANN AND ERNA (DIEWALD) KAHN 



FROM PAGE 347 



EMIL 
MAIER 



RUTH 
KAHN 



B. 



D. 



(Pureed) 



EDWARD ■ 

SCHUPEgEl 



B. 


B.I 930 


D. 


D. 

Baltimore ,MD 



349 



THE DIEWALD/DEWALD FAMILY FROM MUNSTERMAIFELD 

DESCENDANTS QF ISAAC ANP RQS1NE (PAUB) PIEWALP 

DAUGHTER OF JULIUS ERNST AND ERNA (ERMANNH DIEWALD 



FROM PAGE 347 



(Brussels.Belgium) 



HEINZ 



DIEWALD 



B.6/8/1928 
Wittlich 



350 



THE DIEWALD/DEWALD FAMILY FROM MUNSTERMAIFELD 
DESCENDANTS OF ISAAC AND RQSiNE (DAUB) D1EWALD 
CHILDREN OF FERDINAND AND REGINA fTHAL) DIEWALD 

FROM PAGE 346 



From 
Page 
347 



1 



OSCAR I. 

(OSKAR) 
(Dovid) 



ALICE 

"Lissy" 

GUTHMANN 



D1EWALD> 
DEWALD* 



B.5/11/1906 

Munstermaifeld 
D.6/1 1/1991 
Cincinnati, OH 
Occ.Labels 

Salesman 
[To U.S. from 
Holland in 1939] 



B.5/14/1909 

Aachen 
D.9/1 8/2002 

Cincinnati,OH 



GARY 



MARGERY 
DEWALD 



GLASER 



B.l/1 9/1944 
Cincinnati,0H 



Occ.Artist 



REUBEN DAVID 



B.1/14/1941 
New York 



Occ.Artist 



GLA SER 



B.12/15/1971 
Cincinnati,0H 



351 



THE FABER FAMILY FROM MERTLOCH 



Some family information was compiled bv Audrey Beth Faber and Drew Faber. 



The Faber name was taken by the family under Napoleon's Edict of 1808 from a non- Jewish 
farmer in Einig — a horsedealer (pferdehdndler) who gave Jakob Faber 1,000 hafers for 

fotong on the name. 



SALOMON - 



B. 



D.Before 1808 



B. 



D.Before 1 808 



She may be related to the 
Haimann family of Bassenheim 
(Page 590). Before the 1 808 
name changes she was known 
as Qgire Hayrpann, 



SCHAULEM-JUDCHEN 
ABRAHAM 
JACOB 



B. 
D. 



To 

Page_ 

1242 



(Also on Page 590) 



JAKOB 

(Jacob Salomon) 



KLARA 
HAIMANN 



£L 



B.1 2/4/1 748 
Glees near Mayen 

D.10/27/1815 
Mertloch 



B.c.1 750-60 
Glees near Mayen 

D.6/14/1840 
Mertloch 



BERB - BERL 
KLAIRE 



B. 



D. 



B. 



D. 



SAMUEL 
JACOB 



SARA 
CLAIRE 



V QQEl 



B. 

D.Before 1 828 
Filzen/Trier 



B. 

D.Before 1828 
Filzen/Trier 



To 
_Page 
625 



(Mertloch) 



DANIEL 

(Daniel Jacob) 

(Gedilah) 



SARA 
(Judgen) 
ADLER 



FASER 



(Polch) 



B.c.9/ /1 784 

Mertloch 
D.9/9/1825 

Mertloch 
~Before 1808 



FERDINAND - VERONIKA 
(Salomon Jacob) "Vogel" 
JACOB 



FABER 



B.4/3/1788 

Brodenbach 
D. After 1818 



Bx. 1784-85 
Mertloch 

D.5/1 1/1866 
Polch 



To Page 353 

[Sara Adler Faber may have 
been related to Sabina Adler 
Marx from Beulelstein/Koblenz, 
Page 1 1 30] 




B.C. 1798 

Filzen near Trier 
D.7/6/1841 

Polch 



B.7/12/1789 

Mertloch 
D. 



To Page 354 



352 



THE FABER FAMILY FROM MERTLOCH 

DESCENDANTS OF JAKOB AND KLARA (HA1MANN) FABER 

CHUPREN QF PANIEl ANP SARA (AP IER) FA BER 

FROM PAGE 352 



From 
Page 
1244 

I (Also on Page 
(Mertloch) 



1244) 



SALOMON 



REGINA 

(Reichel) 

FABER 



W Q LFF 



B.3/7/1816 
Mertloch 

D.1/14/1892 
Mertloch 



GERTRUD 



FABER 



B. 10/31/1818 

Mertloch 
D. 12/30/1 885 

Mertloch 



B.c.1816-17 
Mertloch 

D.3/21/1899 
Mertloch 



PHILIP - MAGDALENA 
( "Mina" 

ben Eliezar) FABER 

VQH§ 



B.I 0/20/1 820 

D.9/7/1895 
Mertloch 



B.I 822 

Mertloch 
D.1/20/1898 

Mertloch 



To Page 1 244 



353 



THE FABER FAMILY FROM MERTLOCH 
DESCENDANTS OF JAKOB AND KLARA (HAIMANN) FABER 
CHILDREN OF FERDINAND AND VERON1KA (JACOBS FABER 



FROM PAGE 352 



From 
Page 
438 



(Also on Page 
(Polch) 



438) 



HAIMANN - HENRIE7TE 
"Jetta" 
FRIESEM 
FABER 



(Binninaen) 



BONEM - HELENE 
MAYER 
KAUFMANN 



B. 
D. 
Occ.Dealer 



B. 
D. 



IEqML 



JAKOB 



SUSANNA 
KAUFMANN 



FABER 



B.8/26/1825 

Polch 
DJ 2/12/1871 

Polch 
(died of the pox) 
oo8/15/1859 

Polch 



B.I 2/31/1 833 

Burgbrohl 
B.1 1/23/1 871 

Polch 
(died of the pox) 



B.3/28/1833 

Polch 
D.3/5/1912 

Polch 



B.4/8/1841 
Binningen 

D. 1/26/1 908 
Polch 



(Aisq on Page ffW 



ELIESAR - AMALIE 
(ben Yaakov) (bat Bonem) 
KAUFMANN 
GOTTSCHALK 



B. 



D. 



B.1 842 

Binningen 
D.6/ /1 911 

[Buried in 
Beilstein] 



To Page 366 



FREDERICKS 
(Frieda) 

FABER 



(Leipzig) 



- JOHANNA 
"Jenny" 
FABER 



I {Copenhagen) 




B.8/1/1860 


B. 


B.1 0/3/1 861 


B.1 1/9/1862 


B.9/14/1866 B. 


Polch 




Polch 


Polch 


Polch 


D.1936 


D. 


D. 


D. 


D. D. 


Burgbrohl 




Leipzig 
Occ.Milliner 


Copenhagen, 
Denmark 


Leipzig 


(lived with 










Eva Faber) 











[No other information is known about Johanna, Jakob or Salomon Faber.] 



354 



THE FABER FAMILY FROM MERTLQCH 
CHILDREN OF JAKOB AND KLARA (HAIMANN^ FABER 

FROM PAGE 352 



ANSCHEL 



FRATGEN 
SEUGMANN 
HEYMANN 



B. 



D.Before 1809 



B. 

D.Before 1 809 
Glesch by Bergheim 



JOSEPH - 


ESTER 




(Formerly 


ANDREAS 




Jonas Meyer) 






MEYER 




B.1751 


B.1776 




Linz 


Gtesch 


D.1838 


D.1850 


Gemund 


Gemund 


~1809 




Hottdorf/ 




Mich 





From 
Page 
430 



From 

Page_ 

352 



JOSEPH 
(Isaac) 



FABER 



B.1 1/14/1 792 

Mertloch 
D. 



To Page 356 

(SUssman Meyer) 



From 
Page 
1242 



(Aim <?n Pw$ 436) 



BERNHARD - JULIANA 
"Baer" (ERNESTINE) 

(Formerly known FRIESEM 
as Beer Meier) B.C. 1803 
(Yisoscher) Burgbrohl 

D.9/11/1847 
Mertloch 
~6/24/1823 
Mertloch 



HELENE 
MARX 



FABER 



\(AIsg qn Page 1J42) 



a 



To 
Page 
365 



MARX - ELISABETHA 
(Mordechai (Ester) 
ben Yitzchak) WOLFF 
E4BEB 



B.c.1794 
Mertloch 

D.8/10/1881 
Mertoch 



B.7/31/1794 
Mertloch 

D.1/31/1884 
Mertloch 

Occ.Dealer 



B. 



D. 



B.1805 

Naunheim 
D.5/7/1884 

Mertloch 



To Page 364 



To Page 363 
To Page 356 



355 



THE FABER FAMILY FROM MERTLOCH 
DESCENDANTS OF JAKOB AND KLARA fHAlMANN^ FABER 
CHILDREN OF BERNHARD AND JULIANA T FRIESEM^ FABER 



FROM PAGE 355 



From 
Page 
355 



(GemQnd/Eifei) 



SUSSMAN - 



JOHANNA 
SCHEUER 
(SCHEYER) 

B. 

Nierdorf 
near Koblenz 

D. Before 1872 



- CAROLA 
"Jennie" 
(bat Meir) 
FABER 
M EYER 



/ 



B. 

D. 



B.6/27/1830 

Mertfoch 
D.1892 

Gemiind 



(MvMwhl 



SALOMON - JOHANETTE 
(Shfomo ben LEVI 

Yisoscher) 
FABEB 



B.5/17/1832 
Mertloch 

D.1/19/1891 
Mertloch 




MOSES 

(Moshe ben 

Yisoscher) 

FAPER 




B.C. 1846 

Alten Kronau 
D.5/20/1889 

Mertloch 



B.I 2/8/1 833 
Mertloch 

D.2/18/1908 
Mertloch 



B.10/17/1835 

Mertloch 
D. 

Mertloch 




FABER 



Romania 
D.I 946-47 

Atlith, Israel 
Occ.Teacher 
He was the son 
of the Romanian 
writer, Mprde- 
chai.BraunsJ:eia. 
He used the under- 
lined letters to 
change his name 
to Mibashan when 
he went to Pales- 
tine in 1901. 



B. 10/8/ 1878 

Mertloch 
D.1954 
Atlith, Israel 



B.l/1 2/1880 

Mertloch 
D.6/10/1963 

Koln-Lindenthal 



B.6/6/1883 
Mertloch 

D.Holocaust 
(Deported to 
Lodz in 1941) 



B.6/18/1885 
Mertloch 

D.I 932 
Andernach 



356 



THE FABER FAMILY FROM MERTLOCH 
DESCENDANTS OF JAKOB AND KLARA (HAIMANNH FABER 
CHILDREN OF BERNHARD AND JULIANA (FRIESEM^ FABER 

FROM PAGE 355 




B.9/17/1838 

Mertloch 
D. 



From 
Page 
1166 



(Also on Page 1166) 
(Andernash) 



MORITZ - JULIANA 
"Julchen" 
FABER 
MINKEL 



B.6/29/1879 
Mertloch 

D. Holocaust 
1942 



B.10/6/1881 
Mertloch 

D.Holocaust 
1942 



To Page 1 1 67 



JAKOB 
"Hermann" 
(Chaim ben 
Ytsoscher) 



BERTA 
MAYER 



FABER 



B.6/4/1840 

Mertloch 
D.6/23/1924 
Mertloch 



B.1857 

Kobern/Mosel 
D.I 908 

Mertloch 



(Also on Page 566A) 



MOSES 
(Jechiel) 



FANNY 
INDEMAY 
B.2/1 1/1839 

D.2/26/1883 
Niederzlssen 



REGINA 
FABER 
QQTTSCHALK 



To 
Page 
362 



B.8/20/1837 
Dedenbach 

D.3/22/1891 
Niederzlssen 

«7/9/1883 



B.3/27/1842 

Mertloch 
D. 



To Pages 437.566A 




B.2/18/1883 

Mertloch 
D.Holocaust 

1942 

Izbica 
[Lived in Koblenz 
with Bernhard 
and Paula Faber] 



To 
-Page 
358 



(Koblenz) 



BERNHARD - 



PAULA 
"Meta" 
OSTER 



FABER 



B.2/1 5/1 885 
Mertloch 

D.Holocaust 
1942 



B.6/20/1894 

Nieder or Oberfetl 
D.Holocaust 

Izbica 

1942 



MARGOT BERTA 
"Bertel" 




B.6/1 3/1924 


B.3/1/1927 


Koblenz 


Koblenz 


D.Holocaust 


D. Holocaust 


1942 


1942 



357 



THE FABER FAMILY FROM MERTLQCH 

DESCENDANTS OF JAKOB AND KLARA (HAIMANfsn FABER 

CHILDREN OF JAKOB AND BERTA (MAYER) FABER 

FROM PAGE 357 



From 
Page 
1244 
From I 
Paae I 
357 



fLimburq>Dusseidorf) 



ADOLF - SARA 
"Selma" 
FABER 
ISSEIPACHER 



B.2/9/1878 
Limburg 
a.d. Lahn 

D.Holocaust 
Minsk 
1941 



KLARA 

(Clarschen) 

FABER 



B.I 2/25/1 886 

Mertloch 
D.Hoiocaust 

Minsk 

1941 



B.7/19/1888 

Mertloch 
D.l 1/27/1889 
Mertloch 



(Cochem>Polch) 



LUDWIG 



SOPHIE 
FABER 



JML 



B.1 0/17/1 884 

Cochem 
D.3/17/1957 

Cochem 



(Kobtpnz) 



JAKOB 



_EABEE_ 



B.9/17/1890 
Mertloch 

D.5/14/1975 
Polch 



B.5/5/1893 
Mertloch 

D.Holocaust 
France 
1943 



(Paris) 



CHARLES - JOHANNA 
"Hansi" 
ISSELBACHER 
BARISSAC 



ERICH - 



(Paris) 



To Page 359 



MICHELE 
GRUNMANN 



1SSEIPACHER 



B.2/24/1905 B.5/13/1909 

Paris Limburg 

D. D. 



B.n/n/1912 b. 

Limburg 
D. 



Paris 



358 



THE FABER FAMILY FROM MERTLQCH 

DESCENDANTS OF JAKOB AND KLARA (HAIMANN^ FABER 

CHILDREN OF LUDWIG AND SOPHIE fFABER^ HE1N 



FROM PAGE 358 



{London) 



GASTON - RUTHBERTA 
HE1N 
(Divorced) 
CARUANA 




B.7/12/1927 
Berlin 



B.1/7/1925 
Cochem 



B.4/12/1926 

Cochem 
D.12/ /1926 

Cochem 



B.4/13/1922 
Hermeskeil 



«7/28/1950 

Cochem 
Occ.Veterinarian 



B.I 0/6/1 927 
Cochem 



To Page 360 



(London) 



JULIAN ROBERT - MARILYN 
MARTIN 

CARUANA 



( Melbourne Austratia)\ 



B.1/29/1952 
London 



Occ. Hospital 
Manager 



ALASTAIR -YVONNE DORIS 
CARUANA 

MCDONALD 



B.9/22/1951 
England 



B.7/9/1950 
Scotland 



B.1 2/7/1 954 
London 



JONATHAN 



CARUANA 



HANNAH RLTTH 



CARUANA 



B.7/4/1980 
London 



B.3/20/1982 
England 




PETER 



McPQNAl P 



Occ.Prosthetics Occ.Medical 
Student Student 



Occ.Teacher 



359 



THE FABER FAMILY FROM MERTLOCH 

DESCENDANTS OF JAKOB AND KLARA (HAIMANN^ FABER 

CHILDREN OF DR. HEINZ AND INGE (HEIN^ KAHN 



FROM PAGE 359 



B.I/ /1947 
Dusseldorf 



oo8/16/1974 

Polch 
Occ.Anaesthe- 
siologist 



B.6/16/1951 
Cochem 



Occ.Anaesthe- 
siologist 



VERA 



KAlPffilM 



B.2/25/1976 
Bonn 



Occ.Psychologist 



DR. HANS-JOACHIM-DR. 


MIRJAM 


(M.D.) 


KAHN 




(M.D.) 


KALBHEIM 





MICHAEL 
RENE 

KAHN 



B.6/12/1954 

Cochem 
D.6/20/1954 

Zell 



To 

.Page 

361 



ABRAHAM JOSEPH-TRUDE SUSANNE 

KAHN 

LEHRER 



B.4/13/1954 
Brooklyn, NY 



«9/15/1981 
Koln 




B.8/19/1955 
Polch 



Occ. Teacher 




B.1/16/1985 


B.9/5/1988 


Koln 


Koln 


Occ.Student 


Occ.Student 



360 



THE FABER FAM ILY FROM MERTLOCH 

DESCENDANTS OF JAKOB AND KLARA (HAIMANNh FABER 

CHILDREN OF DR. HEINZ AND INGE f HEIN) KAHN 



FROM PAGE 359 



From 
Page 

360 ' 













VERA HELEN 




DR. RALPH 
"Rafi" 
(M.D.) 


KAHN 




KAHN 



B. 1/8/1 957 


B.4/13/1959 


Polch 


Polch 


D.3/17/1973 




Koln 






Occ.Pediatrician 




in Tel Aviv, 




Israel 



361 



THE FABER FAMILY FROM MERTLOCH 
DESCENDANTS OF JAKOB AND KLARA (HAIMANN) FABER 
CHILDREN OF BERNHARD AND JULIANA fFRIESEM^ FABER 



FROM PAGE 355 



From 

Page_ 

357 



DANIEL 



FAEEft 



B.2/ 14/1 846 

Mertloch 
D. 

Oberursel 

near Frankfurt 
Occ. Worked for 
Beruf (Tanner) 
Weisgerber 



From 
Page 
1130 



(AtwmPSQVllBQl 



MARX - JETTCHEN 
(Kohlhaas Marx) FABER 

KQHLHASS 



B. 



[His brothers' 
family names 
were Sus and 
Leiser Marx. 
The clerk made 
an error in 
recording the 
family name and 
for the last name 
he recorded the 
last name of the 
previous person 
in the record 
book!] 



Mertloch 
U917 
Kollig 
[Buried in 
Mertloch] 



Sophie Hein said they had 1 8 

children: 

•many died young 

•different names 



362 



THE FABER FAM ILY FROM MERTLOCH 

DESCENDANTS OF JAKOB AND KLARA fHAIMANN> FABER 

DAUGHTER OF BERNHARD AND HELENE fMARX^ FABER 



FROM PAGE 355 



(Gross Altendorf near Melpkenheim) 



LEOPOLD 


) - JOHANNA 




(JANETTE) 




FABER 




SA 


LM 


B.1856 




B.7/16/1852 


Altendorf 




Mertloch 


D.I 936 




D.1923 


Altendorf 




Altendorf 


w1885 






Meckenheim 






Occ.Butcher 










HEL 


ENE 








SAInM 





B.1888 

Altendorf 
D.1928 

Altendorf 



363 



THE FABER FAMILY FROM MERTLOCH 

DESCENDANTS OF JAKOB AND KLARA fHAiMANNn FABER 

CHILDREN OF MARX AND ELISABETHA (WOLFFS FABER 



FROM PAGE 355 




JOSEF 

(ben Mordechai) 

FABER 



KAROLINE 

MICHEL 



B.8/6/1840 

Mertloch 
D. 



B. 11/13/1842 


B.1843 


Mertloch 




D.9/27/1923 


D.1931 


Mertloch 


Mertloch 


[Buried in 


[Buried in 


Mertloch] 


Mertloch] 



364 



THE FABER FAMILY FROM MERTLOCH 
CHILDREN OF JAKOB AND KLARA (HAIMANNH FABER 



FROM PAGE 355 



From 
Page 
426 



(Benael) 



From 
Page_ 

350 " 



ABRAHAM - MARGARETHA 

SCHLAUM 
PRUCKER 



(Ah o on Page 430) 



MOYSES - JEANETTE 
(Moses) (Jetta) 

(Moshe ben "Hannah" 

A vraham A sher) FABER 

(Alexandre-1808) 

FRIESEM 



B.4/10/1795 
Burgbrohl 

D.8/15/1850 
Burgbrohl 



B. 11/14/1 792 

Mertloch 
D. 

Burgbrohl 



B. 
D. 

(Ochtendung) 
(Also on Paae 1288) 



MATHIAS - 
(Old name: 

Calmann) 
(Kolonymus) 



JOHANNA 

(HANNE) 

SUSSMANN 

B.6/20/1804 

Ochtendung 

D.9/1 1/1839 

Ochtendung 



- DUSSEL 
DRUCKER 
FABER 



To Page 430 



B.9/17/1804 
Mertloch 

D. 

*1843 
Occ.Tradesman 



B.1819 

Bengel/Wittlich 
D.7/19/1865 

Ochtendung 



JACOB 
(Yaakov ben 
Kolonymus) 
FABER 



- JOHANNA 
FABER 



FABER 



B.2/22/1838 
Ochtendung 
D. 



B. 



D. 



B.9/7/1839 

Ochtendung 
D. 



1 



JETTA 
(FABER?) 



B. 
D. 



Another child of Abraham 
and Margaretha (Schlaum), 
Gerson Drucker, is buried 
in the cemetery in Bengel. 
(See Page QQ) 



To Page 3 65 A 



B.1 0/27/1 867 

D. Holocaust 

[Deported by the Nazis 
from ZiegelstraBe 54, 
Dresden on 8/1 1/1941 ] 



365 



THE FABER FAMILY FROM MERTLOCH 

DESCENDANTS OF JAKOB AND KLARA fH AIMANN^ FABER 

CHILDREN OF MATHIAS AND DUSSEL fDRUCKER) FABER 















FROM PA 


GE 365 










PHILIPP ISAAC - ESTHER 








(Feiwei) AUSCHER 

B. 

D. 








- CAROLINE 








WOLFSKEHL 








LEVY 








B.1817 B.1833 




D.1885 D.I 900 












To 






Paae 














365B 


HERMANN - BERTHA 




SALOMON 




KU\RA 


(Chaim ben HELENA 








FABER 


Kolonymus) LEVY 










FABER 




FABER 






B.4/12/1844 


B.3/3/184: 


3 


B.8/27/1845 




B.8/1 2/1849 


Ochtendung 


Thaihausen Ochtendung i Ochtendung 


D.4/15/1905 


D.10/27/1931 D. D. 


Leubsdorf 


Leubsdorf | 


near Linz 


near Linz 


[Buried in 


[Buried in Linz] 1 [She may have been the wife 


Linz] 


i of Michel Drucker, an actor, 


»1870 


' and the mother of Gustav 


(Decorated in the 


i Drucker, who was born in 


army during the 


1 1886.] 


Franco-Prussian 


1 


War (1870-71). 






To Pa 


?e37C 


) 



















X 



Another child of Mathias and DOssel Drucker Faber --- born between Salomon and Klara — 

was probably Daniel Faber, born June 7, 1847 in Ochtendung. In Bengel, on July 28, 1874 he 

married Karolina (Carolina) Schoemann, born October 13, 1843 in Bengel. Their son, Samson 

Faber, was born in Bengel on June 1 6, 1 880. 



365A 



THE FABER FAMILY FROM MERTLQCH 

DESCENDANTS OF JAKOB AND KLARA (HAIMANN) FABER 

CHILDREN OF MATH1AS AND POSSEL (DRUCKER) FABER 



FROM PAGE 365 



From 
Page_ 
365 ~ 



SYBILLE 



PAPER 



JUDITH 



FAPER 



ISRAEL 



FABER 



B.8/5/1851 
Ochtendung 

D.2/8/1852 
Ochtendung 



B.8/15/1853 
Ochtendung 

D.8/21/1854 
Ochtendung 



B.5/14/1855 
Ochtendung 

D.1 1/23/1855 
Ochtendung 



JOSEPH - AMALIA 
DRUCKER 

FABER 



EMANUEL - 



DINA 
FABER 



MAIER 



B.1 2/30/1 874 
Heidesheim/ 
Bruchsal 

D. D. 

[A widower, 
Dina was his 
second wife] 



B.5/20/1883 
Ochtendung 



B.5/30/1856 
Ochtendung 

D.1 1/3/1932 
Ochtendung 




B. 

Bengel 
D.1/22/1922 

Ochtendung 
[Amalia must be 
related to her 
mother-in-law, 
Dussei Drucker 
Faber, possibly 
a niece, which 
would make her 
and Joseph cousins.] 



B.12/1/1864 
Ochtendung 

D.5/20/1866 
Ochtendung 




B.1883 

Nepthen 
D.Holocaust 
Theresienstadt 



B.1 0/28/1 884 

Ochtendung 
D.Holocaust 
Theresienstadt 

»3/29/1923 

Nepthen 
Occ.Butcher 



[In 1995, the local council of 
Nepthen voted to name a road 
after Gustav Faber.] 



To 
_Page 
365C 



JOSEPH - JOHANNA 
MARX FABER 

B.1 0/7/1 886 
Recklingshausen 

D.7/6/1939 
Kofrlenz 



ISIDOR 
IEYY* 



B. 



Ochtendung 



D. 



B.7/10/1886 
Ochtendung 
D. 



[* =lt is probable that after Joseph 
Marx's death Johanna married the 
widower Isidor Levy and that they 
fled to Argentina. See Page 1 298A.] 



ANITA RUTH 



FABER 



B. 

D.Holocaust 
Theresienstadt 



365B 



THE FABER FAMILY FROM MERTLOCH 

DESCENDANTS OF JAKOB AND KLARA (HAIMANN1 FABER 

CHILDREN OF JOSEPH AND AMAL1A (DRUCKER^ FABER 



FROM PAGE 365B 



From 

Page_ 

365B 



KARL 



ERNA 
FRIEDBERG 



FABER 



JOHANETTA 



FABER 



B.6/1 3/1893 
Ochtendung 
D.Holocaust 

Occ.Oil and Fat 
Handling 



B.9/6/1900 

Hubertshofen 
D.Holocaust 

Theresienstadtq 
[Deportation list 
shows birthdate 
as 6/26/1900] 



B.11/10/1896 

Ochtendung 
D.1 1/15/1896 

Ochtendung 



[Lived at Kastorstrafce in 
Ochtendung] 



365C 



THE FABER FAMILY FROM MERTLQCH 
DESCENDANTS OF JAKOB AND KLARA (HAIMANN) FABER 
CHILDREN OF JAKOB AND SUSANNA (KAUFMANN) FABER 



FROM PAGE 354 




B.6/10/1871 

Mertloch 
D.Holocaust 

Theresienstadt 



FERDINAND - JOSEPHINA 
(Shfomo) "Fanny" 

KALLMAN 
FABER 



B.l 0/8/1 866 

Polch 
D.10/16/1930 

Polch 
Occ. Merchant in 

Marktplatz in 

Polch (farm 

products), 
President of 

Polch Synagogue 




B.7/18/1899 
Mayen Poich 

D.c.1 968-69 D.4/ /1 952 
Miami, FL Israel 



B.7/26/1873 
Echternacherbruck 
(Aach near Trier) 

D.1/6/1931 




D.Holocaust 



Saarbrucken 



B. 

Mertloch 
D.Holocaust 



KARL 

JONAH* 

(Kolonymus 

ben Shlomo) 



IRENE 
JUDFTH* 

WOLF 

(Jittei bas 

Shlomo) 



FABER> 
NOTE** 



B.5/26/1901 

Polch 
D.I 0/24/1 967 

Koln 
Occ. Merchant, 
Inventor 




To 
-Page 
369 



B.12/22/1911 
Dietzenbach 
near Offenbach 

D.l 1/4/1994 
Koln 



B.3/22/1903 

Polch 
D.Z/ /1 984 

Tel Aviv, Israel 
Occ.Librarian, 
Last President of 
the Polch 
Synagogue 



FRED - SASSI 
(Yecheskel ben NOTEA 
Yitzchak) 

LONNERSTADTER> 
LQNNER* 



JAKIM 
(Jakim Chai) 

NOTEA 



B.2/1 1/1933 
Melrichstadt, 
Bavaria 



<»12/11/1960 

New York 
Occ. Sales Execu- 
tive for a 
trading firm 

To Page 367 



B.5/7/1940 
Tel Aviv 

D.3/4/1997 
New York 



B.4/25/1944 
Tel Aviv 



Occ.Advertising 
Executive 



366 



THE FABER FAMILY FROM MERTLOCH 

DESCENDANTS OF JAKOB AND KLARA (HAIMANISH FABER 

CHILDREN OF FRED AND SASS1 (NQT EA) LQNNER 



FROM PAGE 366 



(Los Anaeies.CA) 



(Larchmont.NY) 



DAVID - JANET 
(Dovidben KURTZMAN 
Yecheskel) ( bas Beryl) 
IQNN5R 



B. 1/27/1962 
New York 



»5/29/1988 
Beverly Hills,CA 
Occ.Talent agent 



B.10/14/1963 
Los Angeles 



JORDAN MICHAEL 
(Yitzchak ben 
Dovid) 
LQNNEE 



B.1 1/4/1990 
Los Angeles 



SCOTT - SHARON 
(Zvi Chananya (Sharon bas 
bas Yecheskel) Yecheskel) 
LONNER 
PRINCE 


B.5/17/1963 
New York 

°°8/31/1986 
Cedarhurst,NY 
OccManaging 
Director 


B.5/26/1969 
New York 



(New York) 



JONATHAN 
(Yonatan ben 
Yecheskel) 
LQNNER 



B.5/26/1969 
New York 



Occ. Attorney 



To Page 368 



—Twins— 



MATHEW 
( ben 

Dovid) 
UQNNER 




B.8/17/1993 
Los Angeles 



B.8/17/1993 
Los Angeles 



Occ.Student 



Occ.Student 



Occ.Student 



367 



THE FABER FAMILY FROM MERTLOCH 

DESCENDANTS OF JAKOB AND KLARA (HAIMANNH FABER 

CHILDREN OF SCOTT AND SHARON fLONNER^ PRINCF 



FROM PAGE 367 















| 




AARON CHARLES 

(Chaim ben 

Zvl Chananya) 

PRINCE 




TALIA'NfCOLE 

(Talia Hendel bat 

Zvi Chananya) 

PRINCE 





B.1/23/1990 


B.5/31/1993 


Chicago 


New York 


Occ.Student 


Occ.Student 



368 



THE FABER FAMILY FROM MERTLQCH 

DESCENDANTS OF JAKOB AND KLARA (HA1MANN) FABER 

CHILDREN OF FERDINAND AND JOSEPHINA (KALLMANN FABER 

FROM PAGE 366 



From 
Page 
366 

















AU 


EX 




SUSANNE 








"Sanni" 




FABER 




FABER 



B.7/6/1905 


B.10/31/1914 


Poich 


Polch 


D.12/ /1973 


D. 


Israel 


Tel Aviv 


Occ. Advertising 


Occ. Pediatric 


Representative 


Nurse 



369 



THE FABER FAMILY FROM MERTLOCH 

DESCENDANTS OF JAKOB AND KLARA (HAIMANNh FABER 

CHILDREN OF HERMANN AND BERTHA (LEVY^ FABER 



FROM PAGE 365A 



LOB 



- BERTHA 
ABRAHAM 
TQ3IA? 



B.1834 
Anhausen 
D.4/10/1884 



B.5/29/1840 
Hiigenroth 

D.1/21/1903 
Anhausen 



_To Page 385 



JAKOB 

(Yaakov ben 
Chaim) 



- JOHANNA 
(Channah bat 
Yehudah) 
TOBIAS 
FABER 



B.2/15/1871 
Waldbreitbach 

D.3/29/1933 
Sinzig 

[Buried in Sinzig] 



GOTTSCHALK - ELISE 
(ELISA) 
FABER 

WQIFF 



B.I 1/5/1875 
Anhausen 
D.2/2/1933 

[Buried in Sinzig] 



ALBERT - DORA 
FABER 

(LIEBMANN) 
LIPMAN 


B.1891 
Ellar/Limburg 
D.Holocaust 
1942 

Occ.Butcher 


B.1905 
Sinzig 

D.Holocaust 
1942 






HEINZ 
(LIEBMANN) 
LIPMAN 





B.1863 

D.1930 
Lohndorf/ 
Sinzig 



(Zurich) 



To 

_Page 

374 



NATHAN - DOROTHEA 
(DORA) 
FABER 

STERN 



B.1873 
Linz 
D.Holocaust 
(Listed as Sara 

Faber by the 

Nazis) 



B.7/30/1878 

Germany 
D.1944 

Koln-Betsdorf 



B.1875 

Linz 
D.3/3/1959 
Koin-Lindenthal 



To Page 373 



LEO 



HEUMANN 



B.I 897 

D.I 975 

Bern,Switz. 




ROSA 
WOLFF 



B.1895 

Lflhndorf 
D.9/3/1964 

Bern,Switz. 



B.1/7/1897 

Lohndorf 
D.Holocaust 

Auschwitz 

After 10/6/1944 



B.4 or 5/1/1904 

Bonn 
D.Holocaust 

1942 
[Parents: Julius Levy 
and Othilie Tobias] 
[1942-Deported 
from Gurs, France] 



(Zwtib) 



ROLF G. 



MARTHA 
KATZ 
NEUMANN 



B.I 920 

D.Holocaust 
1942 



B.9/16/1921 
Koln 




B. 

Prague 
D.I 991 
Zurich 



B.3/8/1928 

Bonn 
D.Holocaust 
After 9/28/1944 
Auschwitz 



B. 

D.Holocaust 
Auschwitz 
1942 



To Page 371 
370 



THE FABER FAMILY FROM MERTLOCH 

DESCENDANTS OF JAKOB AND KLARA (HAIMANNH FABER 

CHILDREN OF ROLF AND MARTHA TKATZ) HEUMANN 



FROM PAGE 370 




EDITH 
HEUMANN 



B.1950 
Bern,Switz. 



Haifa, Israel 



B.8/1 1/1953 
Zurich,Switz. 



371 



THE FABER FAMILY FROM MERTLOCH 

DESCENDANTS OF JAKOB AND KLARA (HA1MANN) FABER 

CHILDREN OF GOTTSCHALK AND EL1SE (FABER^ WOLFF 



FROM PAGE 370 



From 

Page_ 

370 



JACOB - MARTHA 
WOLFF 

SALOMON 



B. 

D.Holocaust 
Auschwitz 
1942 



PHILIPP 



KAROLA 

WOLF 



WOLFF 




B.I 898 

Lohndorf 
D.Holocaust 

Lodz 

1942 



B.7/25/1900 

Lohndorf 
D.1 0/1 2/1 978 

Woodbury ,CT 



B.I 0/22/1 907 

Hbnningen 
D.1970 
Woodbury f CT 



B.I 905 

Lohndorf 
D.Holocaust 

Auschwitz 

1942 
[Deported from 
Gurs, France] 



RICARDO- UNA 
WOLFF 

VONGELDERN 



B. 



B.I 907 
Lohndorf 



(Live in Santiago, Chile) 



RUTH 



SAIQ M Q N 




SAUQMQN 



B.1933 



D.Holocaust D.Holocaust 
Izbica 1 942 

1942 



(YtortbupfW 



RICHARD 



TIKVAH 
BEN-JOSEPH 



MML. 



D.Holocaust D.Holocaust 
1942 1942 



B.1932 
Bad Neuenahr 



B.5/24/1947 
Baghdadjraq 



RONALD PHILIPP 



WQUFF 



ROBERT JOSEPH 



WOLFF 



B.8/21/1969 
Woodbury, CT 



B.12/1 5/1970 
Woodbury ,CT 



Occ.Civil Engineer 



372 



THE FABER FAMILY FROM MERTLQCH 

DESCENDANTS OF JAKOB AND KLARA (HA1MANNH FABER 

CHILDREN OF NATHAN AND DOROTHEA fFABER^ STERN 



ALFRED 



FR1EDEL 
BOHM 



STERN 



B.8/5/1903 

Betzdorf 
D. 

Dusseldorf 
[Survived the 
Theresienstadt 
concentration 
camp. Liberated 
in 1946.1 



B. 



D. 



Dusseldorf 



FROM PAGE 370 



KURT - 
STERN 

B.1/15/1906 

Betzdorf/Sieg 
D.9/23/1985 
ChicaqQjL 



JANE 
TAUSSIG 



HARRIS 



OTTO 



CHRISTEL 



STERN 



B.1/4/1908 

Koln 
D.I 992 



B.3/2/1921 



D.9/2/1987 



B. 



B.8/5/1914 
ChicagoJL 
D.1995 



373 



THE FABER FAMILY FROM MERTLOCH 

DESCENDANTS OF JAKOB AND KLARA (HAIMANNH FABER 

CHILDREN OF HERMANN AND BERTHA ( LEVY^ FABER 



FROM PAGE 365 



SALOMON GOTTFRIED-KAROLINE 

MEYER 
W OL FF 



B.8/1 1/1855 

Sinzig 
D.Holocaust 

c.1942 
Occ. Farmer 

[Father: Avraham 
Wolff] 




B.1877 

Linz 
D.6/5/1966 

Baarn, Neth. 



MORITZ - JOSEPHINE 
"Feenshen" 
FABER 
MEYER 



B.7/20/1878 
Zons/Rhine 

D.Holocaust 
Auschwitz 

[Deported from 

Gurs to Drancy. 
To Auschwitz 
10/8/1942] 

From 
Page 
385 



(Also on Paae 3%7) 




B.I 0/9/1 857 

Sinzig 
D.Holocaust 

1942 
[Dorothea Faber Baer says 
Karoline Meyer was born on 
10/8/1857] 

[Parents: Daniel Meyer and 
Juditha Wolf] 

To 

Page 

385 



DANIEL - ADELE 

(JOHANNA) 
WOLFF 

FABER 



B.3/7/1879 
Linz 
D.9/13/1939 
Mannheim 



B.4/20/1880 B.11/1 1/1885 

Linz Westum 

D.Holocaust D.Holocaust 
Auschwitz Auschwitz 

1942 1942 

Occ. Butcher, [She had three sisters: Rosa (9/6/1888/ 
Sausage Westum-Holocaust-1942), Frieda Freder- 

Maker, ricke (5/9/1 892/Sinzig-Holocaust-1 942) 

Schoichet and Mathilde (5/1 1 /1 896/Sinzig-Holocaust/ 

1942/ Lodz. Mathilde was married to Hein- 
rich Schmitz (5/2/1 899/Ulmen-Holocaust/ 
Lodz/7/9/1942] 
To Page 378 



B.2/25/1907 
Mannheim 

D.3/6/1992 
Haifa, Israel 



B.3/31/1911 

HUsten 
D.6/16/1984 

Haifa.Israel 



To Page 375 



HEINZ ERICH - JOAN 


MEYER 


B.5/1/1912 
Mannheim 

D.4/17/1979 
England 


B.6/20/1920 
Coventry,England 


England 





To Page 377 



374 



THE FABER FAMILY FROM MERTLQCH 

DESCENDANTS OF JAKOB AND KLARA (HAIMANNH FABER 

CHILDREN OF HELMUT AND MARGA (FABER) MEYER 



FROM PAGE 374 



ELI 



NILI 
ORATCH 



MEYER 



/ 



B.6/9/1939 
Haifa 



Occ.Chief, 
Alpha-Omega 
Dental 



B.I 0/1 0/1 941 
Haifa 



/ 



EPHRAIM 
KOTIK 

B.9/24/1937 

Tel Aviv 
D.3/14/1963 

Haifa 
(military training 
accident^ 



NOMI 
MEYER 



SHLOMO 
UIMANN 



B.9/27/1932 
Bremen 



B.8/25/1942 

Haifa 
D.5/3/1984or1985 

Elmwood Park, NJ 



To Page 376 



AMITH - ARIELA 
LEVY 

MDffiB 



DROR 



MEYER 



YA'EL 
MEYERl 



MICHAL 
MEYER 



B.7/23/1963 B.1965 
Haifa 



B.l 1/22/1 966 
Haifa 



B.7/25/1971 
Haifa 



B.7/29/1974 
Haifa 



~9/2/1987 
Haifa 



375 



THE FABER FAMILY FROM MERTLOCH 

DESCENDANTS OF JAKOB AND KLARA (HAIMANNh FABER 

SON OF EPHRAIM ANP NQM1 (MEYER) KQTIK 



FROM PAGE 375 



EPHRAIM 



K QTIK 



B.8/3/1963 
Afula, Israel 



[He was named after his father, Ephraim Kotik, who was killed in a military accident on March 14, 
1963, less than four months before his son's birth.] 



CHILDREN OF SHLOMO AND NOMI fMEYER) ULMANN 





FROM PA 


GE 375 


















VAR 


ED 

ULMANN 




GAD 

ULMANN 




DAN 

ULMANN 


B.I 2/1 5 
Haifa 


/1964 




B.9/2 
Haif 


2/1967 
a 






B.9/6 
Haif 


H971 
a 



376 



THE FABER FAMILY FROM MERTLOCH 

DESCENDANTS OF JAKOB AND KLARA fH AIMANNH FABFR 

CHILDREN OF HEINZ ERICH AND JOAN ( A MEYER 



FROM PAGE 374 




B.12/5/1952 
England 



B.12/14/1957 
England 



377 



THE FABER FAMILY FROM MERTLOCH 

DESCENDANTS OF JAKOB AND KLARA (HAIMANN) FABER 

CHILDREN OF DANIEL A ND ADELE (WOLFF) FABER 



FROM PAGE 374 



MORITZ - KATRiNA 

MORTGE 

B& 



B. 



a 




B.3/16/1901 

Bengel/Mosel 
D.6/4/1906 

Bengel/Mosel 
[Buried in 
Bengel] 
[Drew Faber 
believes Rosa 
is not part of 
this family. Her 
parents are listed 
as Daniel and 
Johanna (Wolf) 
Faber of Bengel.] 



B. 



D. 



ALBERT - DOROTHEA 
"Thea" 
FABER 

BAER 



B. 1/23/1 909 
Rheinbrohl 



0937 



HERMANN - 



LIBBIE 
ELKIND 



FABER 



B.3/30/1909 

Leubsdorf 
D.4/13/1987 

Zichron Yaakov, 
Israel 

[Known as Dvora 
Ber in Israel] 



B.4/26/1913 
Leubsdorf 
D.ll/21/1985 
Phoenix,AZ 
006/21/1942 
Milwaukee, Wl 
Occ.Sausage 
Manufacturer 



ABRAHAM 

GUNTHER 

FABER 



B.8/20/1915 
Milwaukee, Wl 

D.ll/16/1987 
Phoenix,AZ 



Occ.Retail Store 
Manager 



B.6/28/1925 
Leubsdorf 

D.Holocaust 
Auschwitz 
7/27/1942 



To Page 381 




B.4/6/1931 
Zichron Yaakovjsrae! 



(Nahariva) 



JACOB 



ADINA 
BAER 



KAHANQ V 



B.6/19/1938 
Koln 



B.2/7/1947 
Nahariya,lsrael 



B.8/5/1947 
Haifa.lsrael 



To Page 380 



RON MOSHE - 



BERY 

BAN1N 



PSRS KI 



ORi - NIZA 

PERSKI 
GUR-AR1HE 



B.8/9/1960 
Haifajsrael 



Chederajsrael 



B. 



B.I 1/4/1956 



»9/12/1989 
, Israel 




B.5/12/1964 
Chederajsrael 



B.I 0/9/1 969 
,lsrael 



To Page 379 
378 



THE FABER FAMILY FROM MERTLQCH 

DESCENDANTS OF JAKOB AND KLARA (HAIMANNH FABER 

CHIIPREN OF ORI ANP NIZA (PERSKI ) G U R-ARIHE 



FROM PAGE 378 




B.9/19/1990 

.Israel 



379 



THE FABER FAMILY FROM MERTLQCH 

DESCENDANTS OF JAKOB AND KLARA (HAIMANNH FABER 

CHILDREN OF JACOB AND ADINA ( BAER) KAHANQV 



FROM PAGE 378 



MATAN 



KAHANQV 



GAL 



KEREN 
MAROM 



KAHANQV 




B.10/25/1978 
NahariyaJSR 



B.9/23/1975 
NahariyaJSR 



B.1 1/2/1976 
Israel 



B.3/29/1982 
NahariyaJSR 



oo9/4/2001 
Zrufa,lS 



[Parents: Zionand 
Ivon Marom] 



380 



THE FABER FAMILY FROM MERTIQCH 

DESCENDANTS OF JAKOB AND KLARA (HAIMANNh FABER 

CHILDREN OF HERMANN AND LIBB1E fELKIND) FABER 



FROM PAGE 378 



GORDON - VERLA MURIEL 

CASSELMAN 
SHAW 



B. 
D. 



B. 

a 



(Phoenix.AZ) 



HARVEY E. 



- CINDY SUE 
TRIGER 



F ABEft 



(Chicago) 



NEIL 
HOWARD 



B.8/25/1943 
Milwaukee,WI 



oo8/31/1969 

Canton.OH 
Occ.Computer 
store owner 



AUDREY 
BETH 
FABER 
(Divorced) 
MERMEISTON 



DANIEL 
MORRIS 
FABER 



(Al^merqu^N^) 



To 
Page 
384 



- DR. RACHELLE 
LEAH 
SHAW 
(D.D.S.) 



B.2/1/1948 
Canton,OH 



Occ. Social 
worker 



B.3/15/1942 
ChicagoJL 



«7/25/1965 
Phoenix,AZ 
Occ.Magazine 
Editor, 
Food 
Technology 



B.3/29/1982 
Milwaukee F WI 



Occ. Financial 
Analyst 



B.5/31/1952 
Phoenix,AZ 



«3/3/1990 
Albuquerque,NM 
Occ.Attorney, 
Television 
Broadcaster 



To Page 382 



B.5/2/1955 
St.Louis.MO 



Occ.Children's 
Dentist 



To Page 383 



SETH T. 


- GAIL MICHELLE 


(Shait ben 


BURMAN 


Chenach) 






FA«R 




B.5/1/1975 
Middletown,WI 



B.2/9/1976 
Edison, N J 



B.3/1 5/1979 
Miami,FL 



«4/1 7/2004 
Mahwah,NJ 



381 



THE FABER FAMILY FROM MERTLOCH 

DESCENDANTS OF JAKOB AND KLARA (HAiMANIsn FABER 

CHILDREN QF NEH ANP AUPREY (FABER) MERME LST EIN 

FROM PAGE 381 



PAUL MATTHEW - SUSAN LYNN 

MERMELSTEIN 

t&SL 



AVIVA ELLEN 
MERMELSTEIN 



B.2/19/1972 
Milwaukee,WI 



oo1/1/2002 
Madison, Wl 
Occ.Manages 
computer networks 



B.4/16/1972 
Chicago,IL 



Occ.Audiologist 



B.5/5/1975 
EvanstonJL 



Occ. Membership 
Representative 



SOPHIA ESTHER 



NAGL-MERMELSTEIN 



B.11/6/2004 
Anchorage,AK 



382 



THE FABER FAMILY FROM MERTLOCH 

DESCENDANTS OF JAKOB AND KLARA (HAIMANN^ FABER 

CHILDREN OF DANIEL FABER AND DR. RACHELLE SHAW 



HART-ARIEL 



SHAW-F 



B.6/2/1991 
Albuquerque,NM 



FROM PAGE 381 




B.8/5/1992 
Albuquerque, NM 



B.3/23/1994 
Albuquerque,NM 



Occ.Student 



Occ.Student 



Occ.Student 



383 



THE FABER FAMILY FROM MERTLQCH 

DESCENDANTS OF JAKOB AND KLARA (H AIMANNH FABER 

CHILDREN OF HERMANN AND LIBBiE (ELKIND1 FABER 



FROM PAGE 378 



From 

Page_ 

381 



ANDREW SOLOMON 

"Drew" 

FABER 



B.8/5/1955 
Phoenix,AZ 



Occ.Computer 
systems analyst 



384 



THE FABER FAMILY FROM MFRT1 OCH 

DESCENDANTS OF JAKOB AND KLARA (HAIMANNH FABER 

CHILDREN OF HERMANN AND BERTHA (LEVY^ FABER 



FROM PAGE 365 



BERNHARD-ROSETTA 
MEYER 
GOTTSCHALK 



From 
Page 
370 



B.I 848 

Eifel 

D.I 902 



From 

Page_ 

374 



B.1856 

Konigsfeid 
D.1910 



MORrTZ - ROSA 

GOTTSCHALK 
B.9/23/1882 

Konigsfeid 

D.6/1 7/1904 

Anhausen 



JOHANNA 
FABER 



TOBIAS 



f 


SALOMON - 
"Sail" 

FABER 


SELMA 
BONEM 



B.1/21/1879 B.1882 

Anhausen Husten 

D.1/12/1937 D.9/1 1/1931 

Germany Anhausen 



B.12/26/1886 
Leubsdorf 

D.3/20/1921 
Husten 



B.7/20/1888 

Neumagen/Mosel 
D.Holocaust 

Treblinka 

1942 



To Page 387 



LUDWIG 
(LOUIS) 



JOHANNA 
HEILBRONN 
B.5/31/1905 

Geisig/Nassau 
D.Holocaust 
10/23/1941 



ERNA 
BAUM 
B.I 906 

Frei-Laubersheim 
D.5/14/1958 
Souderton.PA 



SOPHIE 
JOHL 



T Q B1A ? 



To Page 386 



B.8/22/1906 

Anhausen 
D.1 1/3/1972 

Souderton.PA 
oo11/26/1959 



B.11/12/1908 

D.12/17/1997 
Narbeth.PA 



According to Dr. Theodore K. Tobias, Moritz Tobias had 

six other siblings: 

•Caroline Tobias, married Jakob Mange 

•Dina Tobias, married Heyman Hoffmann (lived in 

Frickhofen) 
•Bettchen Tobias, married Adolf Hirsch (lived in Weyer/ 

Lahn) 
•Tobias Tobias, married Eva Heilberg (lived in 

Puderbach). See page 748. 
•Jettchen Tobias 
•Reaina Tobias 



385 



THE FABER FAMILY FROM MERTLOCH 
DESCENDANTS OF JAKOB AND KLARA fHAIMANNl FABER 
CHILDREN OF LUDWIG AND JOHANNA fHEILBRON^ TOBIAS 



FROM PAGE 385 




I 



ELSBETH 



TQglA? 



B.10/22/1931 B.9/22/1933 
Anhausen Geisig 

D.Holocaust D.Holocaust 
Auschwitz Lodz 

1942 1942 




B.I 1/ /1937 

Geisig 
D.Holocaust 

Lodz 

1942 



386 



THE FABER FAMI LY FROM MERTI OCH 

DESCENDANTS OF JAKOB AND KLARA (HAIMANN) FABER 

CHILDREN OF SALOMON AND SELMA (BONEM^ FABER 



FROM PAGE 385 



(Also on Page 374)\ 



HELLMUT - MARGA 


(Margaretha 


Malka) 


FABER 


MP 


fER 


B.2/25/1907 


B.3/31/1911 


Mannheim 


Husten 


D.3/6/1992 


D.6/16/1984 


Haifa, Israel 


Haifa, Israel 




England 



To Page 375 




B.7/27/1903 
Bromberg 
(Posen) 

D.2/1/2000 
Sarasota,FL 



B.1/30/1914 
HOsten 
(Westphalia) 



DAVID I. 



IRENE 
WOLFF 



LEIG H 



B.6/27/1933 
Great Neck, NY 



B.I 0/20/ 1944 
London 



SERENA JEAN 
LEIGH 



DARBY JARET 



LEISH 



B.5/20/1971 
New York 



B.2/6/1973 
New York 



387 



THE FE1T FAMILY FROM NIEDERZISSEN 
Information for this family was compiled bv Dr. Ralph N. Baer 




GORSCHEL - 



B. 
D. 



FAIST - KAROLINE 

(Uri) (Kiedel) 

JACOB GORSCHEL 






B.c.1 728 

Niederzissen 
D.12/1/1800 

Niederzissen 


B.l 7 
D. 




To 

Paae 


1 






(Sinzia) 393 


JACOB - 
FEIST 


ISAC ABRAHAM-MERYEM 
FEIST 
(MARION FEIT) 
SOMMER 




ISAAC - RACHAEL 
JOSEPH 
LEVI 
FEIT 




B.c.1 756 

Niederzissen 
D.4/21/1802 

Niederzissen 
Occ.Tradesman 


B. B. 

D.Before 1813 
Occ, Laborer 


B.c.1758 

Niederzissi 
D.5/19/181 

Niederzissi 


an 

8 

sn 


B.c.1 763-64 
Niederzissen 
D.After 1828 

«1785 


B.1750 
D, 








ToF 


age 390 


Occ.Butcher 
Lived in Sinzig 
starting in 1799, 
Listed in 1 828 
as being rich 


? 














SALOMON - CAROLINE 
JACOB FEIST 

LEVY 




JOSEPH 
(Levy, Arieh) 
FEIT 




LION - ZIPPORA 
(Loeb Moyses) (Sibilla) 

FErr 




B.1789 


HAR 


TMANN 


B.l 2/24/1 784 

D.7/16/1856 

oo7/28/1825 


B.9/ /1799 
Niederzissen 

D.5/6/1869 
Oberwinter 


D.I 8.. 

Occ.Butcher, 
Lived in Kellbert 


3 


B.c.1 777 

StJohann 
D. 

-11/7/1808 

Sinzig 


B.c.1 789 
Sinzig 
D. 





To Page 389 



To Page 389 



388 



THE FEIT FAMIL Y FROM NIEPE RZISSEN 

DESCENDANTS OF FAIST JACOB AND KAROLINE GORSCHEL 

CHILDREN OF SALOMON AND CAROLINE (JACOB FEISTY LEVY 



FROM PAGE 388 




B.I 2/26/1 827 
D. 1890 




B.4/13/1832 
D.6/12/1904 




CHILDREN OF LION AND ZIPPORA fFEFH HARTMANN 



FROM PAGE 388 



(Also on Page &$) 



FRIEDRICH WILHELM -JOHANNA 
(Natal ben Aryeh) NATHAN 
B. 

D.Before 1870 



- REG1NA 
BERGER 



HARTMANN 



B.9/22/1828 

Sinzig 
D.7/7/1892 

Sinzig 
oo5/20/1870 

Sinzig 
Occ. Butcher 

(Also on Page 299) 



B.7/17/1832 
Niederzissen 

D.12/1/1876 
Sinzig 



DINA 
HARTMANN 



MAYER 



B. 


B.1/1 6/1873 




Sinzig 


D. 


D.Holocaust 




Theresienstadt 




9/29/1942 



389 



THE FE1T FAMILY FROM NIEDERZISSEN 

DESCENDANTS OF FA1ST JACOB AND KAROLINE GORSCHEL 

CHILDREN OF ISAC ABRAHAM AND MERYEM (FEISTY SOMMER 



FROM PAGE 388 



LEIB 

(OTTO) 

SOMMER 



B.6/12/1794 

Niederzissen 

D. 




B.c.1 828 

Wehr 
D.7/10/1832 
Niederzissen 



KOSCHMAN - REBEKKA 
(EDMOND) (VERONIKA) 
FROHLING 
SOMMER 



B.8/2/1798 
Niederzissen 

D.3/28/1849 
Niederzissen 

ooc.5/1 6/1828 

Occ.Grocer and 
Rag Trader 



B. 



D. 



MARIA ANNA 
SOMMER 



MOSES 



SOMMER 



To 

_page 

391 



JOHANNA 



SOMMER 



B.9/13/1830 


B.1/18/1833 


Niederzissen 


Niederzissen 


D. 


D. 



B.6/4/1835 
Niederzissen 

D.4/6/1852 
Niederzissen 



390 



THE FEIT FAMILY FROM NIEDERZISSEN 

DESCENDANTS OF FAIST JACOB AND KARQLINE 6QRSCHEL 

CHILDREN OF ISAC ABRAHAM AND MERYEM (FEISTY SOMMER 



FROM PAGE 388 




To 

_Page 

392 



ABRAHAM 



5QMMER 



GERTRUDA 
SOMMER 



B. 10/14/1837 


B.3/29/1840 


B.3/25/1843 


Niederzissen 


Niederzissen 


Niederzissen 


D. 


D.2/27/1847 
Niederzissen 


D. 



391 



THE FEIT FAMILY FROM NIEDERZISSEN 

DESCENDANTS OF FAIST JACOB AND KARQLINE GQRSCHEL 

CHILDREN OF ISAC ABRAHAM AND MERYEM fFElST^ SOMMER 

FROM PAGE 388 



From 
Page, 
391 













CAECILIA 
(Caroline) 

SQMMfcR 




ROSA 
(Rosalia) 

SQMMfR 



B.2/13/1845 
Niederzissen 

D.2/20/1845 
Niederzissen 



B.1 0/27/1 846 
Niederzissen 

D.11/3/1846 
Niederzissen 



392 



THE FEIT FAMILY FROM NIEDERZISSEN 
CHILDREN OF FA1ST JACOB AND KAROL1NE GQRSCHEL 

FROM PAGE 388 



From 

Page. 

388" 



SIMON - CLARA 


(SELIGMANN) (Sara) 


GEISEL 


Ffcrr 



B.4/10/1764 
Niederzissen 

D.4/24/1833 
KOnigsfeld 



B.l 0/7/1 763 

D.Before 1833 
Oberzissen 



LEVI - KENNEL 
(Caroline) 
FEfT 
GQTTSCHALK 



BENJAMIN - 



B.17.. 
D. 



B.17. 
D. 



HERMANN - ELISABETH 
(HEYMANN FAIST) BECKER 

(Leids, Leitz or 
Leize Benjamin) 

EEC 



B.4/26/1765 
Niederzissen 

D.5/21/1845 
Niederzissen 

»Before 1794 
Niederzissen 

Occ.Cattle dealer 

Representative 
(Vorsteher) of 

the Jewish 

community 



B.4/6/1776 

Niederzissen 
D.6/10/1852 

Niederzissen 

[They had a house, 
yard and garden on 
Kapellenstrafce in 
Niederzissen in 1828.] 



To Pages 396 and 908 



GEISEL 
(Joseph) 



ROSINA 

HEIMANN 



-EEIL 




D. 



B.7/3/1792 
Oberzissen 

D.7/31/1856 
Oberzissen 



B.2/14/1794 B. 

Oberzissen 
D. D. 



B.6/19/1796 
Oberzissen 
D. 



ABRAHAM 



GQTTSCHAIK 



ABRAHAM - 

GOTTSCHALK 
MICHEL 



B.C. 1827 

D. 



B.c.1791 B. 
D. a 



393 



THE FEIT FAMILY FROM NIEDERZISSFN 

DESCENDANTS OF FAIST JACOB AND KARQLINE GQRSCHEL 

CHILDREN OF SIMON AND CLARA fGEISELl FEIT 



FROM PAGE 393 



From 

Page_ 

393 



BREILE 
(Jeanette) 
FEJT 



B.9/9/1798 
Oberzissen 
D. 



(Also on Paae 91 2) 



SELIGMANN - MAGDALENA 
(Selichman) (Carolina) 
BERLIN FEn* 

Also known as 
CARL 

SCHMITZ 



B.6/18/1799 
Meckenheim 

D.12/2/1880 
Meckenheim 

«6/23/1830 
Adendorf 

Occ.Tradesman 



CEULGEN 



IHL 



B.4/10/1800 
Oberzissen 

D. 1/27/1857 
Meckenheim 



B.3/22/1801 
Oberzissen 

D.Probably 
before 1808 
not listed in 
that year 



To 

-Page 

395 



To Page 968 



394 



THE FE1T FAMILY FROM NfEDERZISSEN 

DESCENDANTS OF FAIST JACOB AND KAROLINE GQRSCHEL 

CHILDREN OF SIMON AND CLARA (GEISEU FEIT 



FROM PAGE 393 



From 

Page_ 

394 



TERZGEN 

(Alexandrine) 

FEIT 




B.3/7/1803 
Oberzissen 



B.9/19or 14/1806 

Oberzissen 
D. 



395 



THE FEIT FAMILY FROM NIED ERZIS SEN 

DESCENDANTS OF FAIST JACOB AND KAROLINE GORSCHEL 

CHiLDREN OF HERMANN AND ELISABETH (BECKERS FEIT 



FROM PAGE 393 



/ 



BONEM 
HIRSCH 
B. 

D. 

«,2/23/1814 

Sieglar 
Occ.Cattle dealer 

(Lived in Bonn) 
(Divorced-^/ $/131$) 



CAROLINE 

(Keile) 
FEIT 



BENEDICKT 
£AHN 



B.9/24/1790 

Kruft 
D.1/1/1866 

Koblenz 
«3/4/1817 

Occ.Cattle dealer 



B.9/7/1794 
Niederzissen 

D.8/24/1867 
Koblenz 



(Bassenheim) 



MOSES-HENRIETTE 

DAVID 
MARX* 



B. 



D. 



From 
Page 
778 



B. 



D. 



\(Ajsq on Page nK 



ALEXANDER - SARA 
(Benjamin) BOCK 

B.2/1/1796 
Hersel 

D. 

«>4/13/1814 
Nieqlerzissen? 



FRATGEN 
BERLIN 
(VERONIKA 
SCHMITZ) 
B.5/2/1798 

Meckenheim 
D. 

oo12/10/1822 
Adendorf 



HELENA 
MARX* 



-fllL. 



To 

.Page 

398 



B.9/15/1796 
Niederzissen 

D.3/31/1848 
Niederzissen 

ooc.3/5/1832 
Niederzissen? 



B. 



Bassenheim 



D. 



[In 1 828 Alexander 
had a house, yard 
Occ.Tradesman, and garden on the 

Butcher. corner of KapellenstraKe 
Representative and AhrenzgSfcchen in 
of the Jewish Niederzissen. The Jewish 
community school was also there.] 



To Page 397 



To Page 397 



[* =may be related to the Marks/Marx family that lived in nearby Ochtendung (see Page 7302) or to 
the Marks/Marx family that lived in Bassenheim (see Page 590)) 



396 



T H E FEIT FAMIL Y FROM NIE D E RZISSE N 
DESCENDANTS OF FAIST JACOB AND KAROLINE GORSCHEL 

DAUGHTER OF CARQUNE FEIT 



FROM PAGE 396 



GOTTCHEN 

(Rosettgen) 

FEIT 



B.12/6/1815 
Niederzissen 

D.8/28/1816 
Niederzissen 



CHILDREN OF PENEDICKT AND CAROLINE (FEIT) KAHN 



FROM PAGE 396 



(Also on F&q<? 3$$) 



VERONIKA 



KAHN 



B.1/5/1826 

Kruft 
D.3/26/1890 

Detroit,MI 
Occ. Tradesman 
(Second wife of 
David Amshel 
Marx on Page 399) 




Possibly 
--Other 
Children 



MARCUS 
(MARX) 



KAHN 



MQRTQEN 



B. 



D. 



[Possibly buried 
in Koblenz] 



397 



THE FE1T FAMILY FROM NIEDERZISSEN 

DESCENDANTS QF FAIST JACOB AND KA ROLINE GORSCHEL 

CHILDREN OF HERMANN AND ELISABETH (BECKERS FEIT 



FROM PAGE 393 



From 

Page_ 

396 



(Also on Paae 912) 



JOSEPH 



- JOSEPHINE 
(Rachel,Regina) 

FEU 

B.3/14/1800 

Niederzissen 

D.3/15/1829 

Meckenheim 

"2/22/1825 

Adendorf 



ESTHER 
LEVY 



SCHMITZ 
(BERLIN) 



B.9/28/1796 
Meckenheim 

D.7/7/1880 
Meckenheim 

«>4/28/1830 
Meckenheim 

Occ. Horse trader 



B.c.1 805 

Beuel 
D.1 1/7/1889 

Meckenheim 



IGNAZ 

(Feist Ignaz) 

FEIT 



KLEMENS 
(Isaac.Clement) 
FEfT 



To 
.Page 
399 



MOSES 



IHL 



B.1/30/1803 B.8/9/1805 

Niederzissen Niederzissen 
D.3/11/1866 D.10/12/1819 
Niederzissen Niederzissen 



B.1/22/1808 
Niederzissen 

D. 1/24/1 808 
Niederzissen 



To Page 91 2 

To Page 944 



398 



THg FEIT FAMIL Y FRQM NIEPERZ ISSEN 

DESCENDANTS OF FAIST JACOB AND KAROLINE GORSCHEL 

CHILDREN OF HERMANN AND ELISABETH (BECKER) FE1T 



FROM PAGE 393 



From 

Pages 

396,397 



From 

Page_ 

398 



ISRAEL - 

SIM 


LEILA 
MOSES 
ON 


D.After 1836 


B. 

D.After 1836 



DAVID AMSHEL- CATHERINE 
FEIT 
B.6/18/1809 
Niederzissen 
D.2/16/1851 

MQlheim 
oo6/2/1830 
Bassenheim 



\ 



- VERONIKA |_ 
KAHN 
MAR X 



LEOPOLD - CAROLINE 

(Catherina) 
SIMON 
EJLI 



B.2/9/1803 
Bassenheim 

D.8/17/1889 
Detroit,MI 

•ol 1/6/1851 
Bassenheim 

Occ. Grocer 



B.1/5/1826 

Kruft 
D.3/26/1890 

Detroit, Ml 



B.4/25/1812 
Niederzissen 

D.3/27/1856 
Niederzissen 

coc.3/10/1836 

Occ Trader 




To 

.Page 

411 



B.C. 1808 

Bassenheim 
D.I 2/26/1 866 

Niederzissen 

Niederzissen 



B.l/6/1815 
Niederzissen 

D.1/7/1815 
Niederzissen 



To Page 407 



To Page 401 



MOSES - BARBARA 
(Babette) 
WEINSTOCK 
MAEX 




B.10/28/1831 B. 
D.8/12/1909 D. 



B.2/21/1838 
D.5/29/1913 



I 



MEYER - CAROLINE 
MARX 

FINSTERWALP 



To 

-Page 

400 



B. B.4/30/1840 

D. D.4/27/1922 

oo1865 



399 



THE FEIT FAMILY FROM NIEDERZISSEN 
DESCENDANTS OF FAIST JACOB AND KARQLINE GORSCHEL 
CHILDREN OF DAVID AMSHEL AND CATHERINE f FEm MARX 



FROM PAGE 399 



From 
Page 
401 



From 

Page_ 

399 



ISAAC 



BERTHA 
KRAMER 



MARX 



AARON - JEANNETTE 
(Janet) 
MARX 
KAUFMANN 



B.2/16/1843 B. 
D.l 1/17/1881 D. 



B. 
D. 



B.8/26/1846 
D.I 920 



^ 



BARNEY 

FINN 
B. 

D. 



- MARIANNA 
(Mary) 
MARX 



ISADORE 
GQTTFIELD 



B. B.7/1 1/1850 

D. D. 1925 

ooAfter 1 900 



Isadore Gottfield's first wife was 
Ernestine Marx, Marianna's 
younger half-sister, who died in 
1900. 



400 



THE FEIT FAMILY FROM NIEDERZ1SSEN 
DESCENDANTS OF FA1ST JACOB AND KARQL1NE GORSCHEL 
CHILDREN OF DAVID AMSHEL AND VERONIKA (KAHN^ MARX 



ISADORE - ERNESTINE 
(Dinah) 
MARX 
GOTTFIELD 



B. 



D. 



FROM PAGE 399 



BERNHARD 



MARX 



B.8/24/1852 

Mulheim 
D. 11/15/1900 



B.12/7/1853 

Mulheim 
D.1/131928 



To 

-Page 

402 



LISETTE 

(Setta) 

MARX 



B.7/1/1855 

Mulheim 
D. 



To Page 400 
After Ernestine's death in 1 900, 
Isadore married her older half-sister, 
Marianna. 



401 



THE FEIT FAMILY FROM NIEDERZLSSEN 
DESCENDANTS OF FA1ST JACOB AND KA ROLINE 6QRSCHEL 
CHILDREN OF DAVID AMSHEL AND VERONIKA (KAHN^ MARX 



FROM PAGE 399 



From 

Page_ 

401 



ADOLPH - 
(Amshel) 



AUGUSTA 
(Augustine) 
SCHUBACH 
B.5/31/1861 

Mulheim 
D.I 1/30/1923 
Long Beach, CA 
coll/8/1881 
London 



EMMA 
SCHUBACH 
ADAMS 
MARX 



B.6/30/1857 B. 

Mulheim 
D.8/16/1931 D. 

Long Beach,CA 
«2/ /1925 



DAVID 
LEWIS 
B. 

D. 
«1902 

IRA 

"Mike" 
MIKELS 



B. 

St. Paul.MN 
D. 

oo2/ /1920 



FRIEDA 
MARX 



B.1882 
D. 



DANIEL - ELISABETH 
"Lizzie" 
MARX 
MAM 



To 

.Page 

406 



HERMANN - 



LEAH 
DAVIS 



MARX 



D. 



B.8/18/1859 B.8/17/1861 B. 

Mulheim Koblenz 

D.1/6/1936 D. D. 



oo10/26/1882 





B. 
D. 

oo12/4/1905 



B.2/10/1884 

St.Paul,MN 

D.5/20/1970 



B.I 885 

St.Paul,MN 
D.1888 



To 

_Page 

403 



402 



THE FEIT FAMILY FROM NIEDERZISSEN 

DESCENDANTS OF FAIST JACOB AND KARQL1NE GQRSCHEL 

CHILDREN QF APQIPH ANP AUGUSTA (S C H UBACH) MA RX 

FROM PAGE 399 



From 

Page_ 

402 



BENJAMIN -MATHILDA 
(Ben) SCHNEIDER 

MABX 



B.2/24/1887 B. 

St.Paul,MN 
D.8/9/1947 D. 

«2/21/1925 



AUBREY - 
HAMILTON 

STRAUS 
B.3/ /1 887 

RichmondjVA 
D. 

0.6/19/1911 
^rp'ttMl 



WILMA 
MARX 



JOSEPH 
ALEXANDER 



To 

_Page 

405 



LEWIS 
BARNETT 
B. 

D. 
»1911 



FLORENCE 
MARX 



MAX 
WELLERSON 



B.1884 B.9/19/1888 

Richmond,VA Detroit.MI 

D.1977 D.5/26/1976 

Richmond,VA Richmond,VA 

oo5/18/1951 
Richmond,VA 



B. 



D. 



B.1890 

Detroit.MI 
D.3/15/1955 



oo4/18/l951 



CLIFFORD - CHARLOTTE 
ALLEN FINGERHUT 

B. 



oo7/27/1937 



(PiVQrged-1949) 
- PHYLLIS 
LINDSAY 
STRA US 



HAROLD 



ADAH 
VIRGINIA 
STRAUS 



JAFFER 



To 
.Page 



404 



ROBERT C - AUGUSTA 
WILMA 
STRAUS 
GOODMAN 



B.5/9/1914 
Richmond, V A 



oo12/26/1953 



B. 



oo12/3/1938 



B.5/10/1917 
Richmond,VA 



B.7/18/1912 B.7/20/1928 

Richmond,VA 
D.3/12/1987 

oo12/16/1954 



403 



THE FE1T FAMILY FROM NIEDERZISSEN 

DESCENDANTS OF FAIST JACOB AND KAROLiNE GQRSCHEL 

CHUPREN OF AUBREY AND WllMA (MAR X) S T RA U S 

FROM PAGE 403 



From 

Page_ 

403 



REINHART WILLIAM - AUDREY HELEN 

STRAUS 

KQCO 



B.4/30/1920 

Munich 
D.2/12/1996 

»8/31/1946 
Rockvitle.MD 



B.1 2/9/1923 
Richmond,VA 




B. 1/29/1951 
Bethesda,MD 



ASHTON B. - DEBORAH 
COBOURN SUE 

B. KOCH 

«9/15/1979 

(Divorce^-1/1983) 



STUART - 
DURST 
(Divgrced) 




B.12/21/1956 
Bethesda,MD 



B. B.3/19/1954 

Bethesda,MD 



"2/25/1984 



404 



THE FEIT FAMILY FROM NIEDERZISSEN 
DESCENDANTS OF FAIST JACOB AND KAROLINE GORSCHEL 
CHILDREN OF ADOLPH AND AUGUSTA fSCHURArm MARX^ 



FROM PAGE 403 



From 
Page. 



403 






FRANK - DELIA 
MARX 




MONTROSE - BEATRICE LORRAINE 
SPENCER 

MARX 



B. 



a 



B.3/9/1 893 
Detroit.MI 
D.2/15/1968 



B.I 897 

Detroit.MI 
D. 1942 



B. 
D. 



oolQ/29/1914 



~1920 



405 



THE FE1T FAMILY FROM N1EDERZ1SSEN 
DESCENDANTS QF FAIST JACQP ANP KA RQUNE GOR SCHE L 
CHILDREN OF DAVID AMSHEL AND VERQNIKA (KAHN) MARX 



FROM PAGE 399 



From 

Page_ 

402 



ABRAHAM 

(Albert) 

MARX 



B.1/31/1864 

Koblenz 
D.3/13/1926 



BENEDICT - SUSANNE 
(Benno) SCHUBACH 

ms& 



HUGO - HELENE 
"Lena" 
MARX 

PARSHEll 



B.I 0/27/1 867 B. 

Koblenz 
D.1/9/1937 D. 



B. 



D. 



B.1 1/10/1869 

Koblenz 
D.I 945 



oo6/24/1894 



406 



THE FEIT FAMILY FROM NIEDERZISSFNI 

DESCENDANTS OF FAIST JACOB AND KARQLINE GQRSCHEL 

CHILDREN OF LEOPOLD AND CAROLINE (SIMONS FEIT 



FROM PAGE 399 




SIBYLLA 
FEIT 



TOBIAS 



AMALIA 
(Marianne) 
FEfT 



To 
_Page 
408 



B.7/19/1837 
Niederzissen 

D.5/21/1838 
Niederzissen 



MARTIN 



-EHL 



B.5/29/1840 
Niederzissen 



B. 



D. 



B.7/1/1842 B.5/8-9/1845 

Niederzissen Niederzissen 

D.12/23/1922 D.1 1/14/1845 

Niederzissen 



JACOB - BERTA 




JE1DEL 




TOBIAS 




B.1872 


B. 




Niederzissen 




D.6/13/1926 


D. 


Betzdorf/ 




Kr.Altenkirchen 




1 


1 


1 



I 



LEOPOLD - 



TOBIAS 



B. 

D. 



Betzdorf 



B. 
D. 




FRIEDRICH 



TOBIAS 




MILTON - BETTY 
MOSES MARX 
TOBIAS 



B.9/13/1904 


B.4/12/1908 


B.1913 


Offenbach 


Offenbach 


Offenbach 


D.Hoiocaust 


D.Hoiocaust 


D.Hoiocaust 


Poland 


Poland 





B.I 905 

Betzdorf 
D. 



B.4/22/1905 
Rachtig/Mosel? 

D.Hoiocaust 
Auschwitz 




B.10/18/1931 

D.Hoiocaust 
Auschwitz 



407 



THE FEIT FAMILY FROM NIEDERZISSEN 

DESCENDANTS OF FAIST JACOB AND KARQLINE GQRSCHEL 

CHILDREN OF LEOPOLD AND CAROLINE (SIMONS FEIT 

FROM PAGE 399 



From 

Page_ 

407 



REGINA |\ 
FEIT 



B, 12/22/1 846 
Niederzissen 



HERMANN-MARIA ANNA 
ROSENTHAL 

FE1T 



B.4/20-22/1849 
Niederzissen 

D. 1/8/ 1929 
Niederzissen 



CAROLINA 



IML 



B.C. 1880 

Bonn 
D.8/1 3/1891 

Niederzissen 



CAROLINA 
FEIT 



ROSA 
FEIT 



LEON 



FEfT 



To 
_Page 
409 



BERTHA 
FEFT 



B.10/28/1877 
Niederzissen 



B.2/25/1880 B.1/13/1882 
Niederzissen Niederzissen 
D.1/22/1882 
Niederzissen 



B.1 2/1 9/1 882 
Niederzissen 



408 



THE FEIT FAMILY FROM NIEDERZISSEN 

DESCENDANTS OF FAIST JACOB AND KAROLINE GORSCHEI 

CHILDREN OF HERMANN AND MARIA ANNA fROSENTHAn FEIT 



FROM PAGE 408 






- 






MARX 




B. 




B. 




D. 




D. 

1 









SALOMON 

(Sally) 

FEIT 




B.12/20/1884 Born dead on 

Niederzissen 3/8/1886 

D.I /I 2/1 885 Niederzissen 
Niederzissen 



B.7/7/1887 
Niederzissen 

D.7/17/1895 
Niederzissen 



B.1883 



D.Holocaust 



To 
Page 
410 

To 

Page 

410 



SIBILLA 



_EEEL 



B.3/21/1890 
Niederzissen 
D.Holocaust 



B.l/6/1893 
Niederzissen 

D.1/7/1893 
Niederzissen 




409 



THE FEIT FAMI LY FROM NIEDERZISSEN 

DESCENDANTS OF FAIST JACOB AND KAROLINE GQRSCHEL 

CHILDREN OF HERMANN AND MARIA ANNA (ROSENTHAL^ FEIT 



FROM PAGE 408 




B.I 888 

D.Holocaust 



B.5/26/1894 
Niederzissen 
D.Holocaust 




B.1925 
D.Holocaust 



410 



THE FEIT FAMILY FROM NIEDERZISSEN 

DESCENDANTS OF FAIST JACOB AND KARQLINE GORSCHEL 

CHILDREN OF HERMANN AND ELISABETH (BECKER) FEIT 



FROM PAGE 393 



BENEDICKT - CAROLINA 

FEIDT 
CAHN 



B. 

D. 



From 

Page. 

399 



3. 
3. 



SIMON 



JEHL 



GOTTSCHALK-MARIA ANNA 

CAHN 
EEEC 



B.5/25/1816 
Niederzissen 
B.4/24/1833 
or! 0/30/1 834 
Niederzissen 



B.3/25/1819 
Niederzissen 
D. 

ooc.3/25/1856 

Niederzissen 

Occ.Tradesman, 

Farmer 




ANSCHEL 



DINA 
BERMANN 



£EEL 



Bx. 1823 

Kruft 
D. 



B.1/1 1/1822 
Niederzissen 

D.4/27/1882 
Niederzissen 



Occ.Grocer, 
Farmer 



B.c.1823 

Brohl 
D. 



To Page 41 2 



SUSANNA 



-£EEL 




HERMANN 



.FEEL 




B.9/9/1856 B.1 0/2/1 857 


Born dead on 


B.3/22/1861 


B.6/15/1862 


B.6/4/1865 


Niederzissen Niederzissen 


5/16/1859 


Niederzissen 


Niederzissen 


Niederzissen 


D.11/2/1856 D.1/4/1858 


Niederzissen 


D.6/11/1861 


D. 


D.3/5/1866 


Niederzissen Niederzissen 




Niederzissen 




Niederzissen 



411 



THE FEIT FAMILY FROM NIEDER7ISSFN 

DESCENDANTS OF FA1ST JACOB AND KARQLINE GQRSCHEL 

CHILDREN OF ANSCHEL AND DINA (B ERMANN^ FEIT 



FROM PAGE 411 



HERMANN 



IgL 



HELENA 



IEK- 



B.1 0/7/1 846 BJ 2/26/1 847 
Niederzissen Niederzissen 

D.l/9/1847 D.4/20/1880 
Niederzissen Niederzissen 
Occ.Rag Trader 



CAROLINA 
FEIT 



BERNHARD 
(I) 

FEIT 



To 

.Page 

413 



ISAAC - JOHANNA 
FEfT 

ESTERHQLZ 



B.1 0/26/1 849 B.3/7/1 851 

Niederzissen Niederzissen 

D. D.3/14/1851 

Niederzissen 



B.1828 B.3/1/1852 

Kerpen Niederzissen 

D.5/27/1899 D. 
Niederzissen 
~1894 
Bonn 
Occ.Tradesman 



412 



THE FEIT FAMILY FROM NIEDER7ISSFN 

DESCENDANTS OF FA1ST JACOB AND KAROLINE GQRSCHEL 

CHILDREN OF ANSCHE L AND DINA (BERMANN^ FEIT 



FROM PAGE 411 



ABRAHAM - SINA 

SANDER 
SIMON 



B. 



B. 




ELISABETH 

FErr 



To 

.Page 

414 



ROSNA 
FEIT 



B.1 1/2/1854 B.6/14/1856 


B.2/10/1857 


B.10/25/1859 


Niederzissen Bassenheim 


Niederzissen 


Niederzissen 


D.1917 D. 


D. 


D. 


Breisig 







413 



THE FEIT FAMILY FROM NIEDFR7ISSFN 

DESCENDANTS OF FAIST JACOB AND KARQLINE GQRSCHEL 

CHILDREN OF ANSCHEL AND DINA fBERMANNl FEIT 



FROM PAGE 411 




MARIA ANNA 
FEfT 



BERNARD 

(II) 
-JEEEI 



B.4/1/1862 

Niederzissen 
D. 



B.l 2/1 7/1 865 B.6/24/1868 



Niederzissen 



D. 



Niederzissen 

D.6/19/1875 

Niederzissen 



414 



THE FEIT FAMILY FROM NIEDERZISSEN 

There is at present insufficient information to connect the following memb ers of the 

Fen family to the rest of she family- 



ROSETTA 
FEfT 



B. 

D.-/29/1816 
Niederzissen 



MINA 
FEfT 




B. 
D. 
Occ.Maid 






DINA 
(Tina) 
FEIT 




B.-/1 1/1811 
Niederzissen 

D. 



B.I 2/29/1 886 
Niederzissen 
D. 



415 



THE FEIT FAMILY FROM N IEDERZISSEN 

There is at present insufficient information to connect the following members of the 

Feit family to the rest of tfte family- 



GOLCHEN 
FEIT 



B.-/7/1815 

Niederzissen 
D. 





TOBIAS - 


REGINA 
FEfT 




TOBIAS 




B. 


B. 




D. 


D. 





[She may be the same person as 
Gottchen (Rosettgen) Feit on 
Page 397, born in Niederzissen 
on December 16, 1815 and died 
in Niederzissen on August 28, 
1816, the daughter of Caroline 
Feit.] 



416 



THE FEIT FAMILY FROM N IEDERZISSEN 

There is at present insufficient information to connect the following members of the 

Feit family to the rest of the family. 




GUDGEN 

FErr 



B.-/29/1812 

Niederzissen 
D. 



B.-/5/1813 

Niederzissen 
D. 



417 



THE FEIT FAMILY FROM NIIEDERZISSEN 



There is at present insufficient information to connect the following members of the 
Feit family to the rest of the family. However, Herman Feit was a member of Sebulon Lodge No. 8 of 

the Free Sons of Israel in New York from the 1930s until his death. He was a close friend of Max 

Hirschfrom Polch and used to play cards with him and other Lodge members who came from that 

same area of Germany. He and his wife are buried very close to Max Hirsch, Leopold Hirsch and 

Joseph and Bella (Hirsch) Hoenig in the Lodge grounds in Mount Hope Cemetery, 

HQ&jngs-Qn-Hudson, NY 



/ 



HERMAN 
FEIT 
8.12/23/1901 

D.12/10/1950 



RUTH 



KAPIAN 



B. 



B.1/16/1907 

D.9/21/1987 
Flushing.NY 





B.I 950-57 




B.1950-57 



418 



THE FRIEDSAM FAMILY FROM BODENDORF 



Friedsam means a man of peace, an adjective in German, Some family members believe that the 
Friedsam family is related to the Friesem family, and when Col. Michael Friedsam, the President 
of the old B. Altaian department store at Fifth Avenue and 34th Street in New York City, died in 

193 1 , Leo Friesem traveled by train from Chicago to New York to attend the funeral of his 
"relative." 



ANDREAS - REBECCA 
HARTMANN 

FRIEDSAM 



B. 



D. 



B. 



D. 




LEIB MOSES - ESTHER LEVY 



D.Before 1 827 D. 
Bodendorf 

To Page 421 

From Page 1231 



B. 

D.Before 1 824 
Bodendorf 



B. 

D.Before 1 824 
Bodendorf 



To Page 422 



JOSEF 



DINA 
NIERENDORF 



FRIEDSAM 



B.l/11/1834 
Bodendorf 

D.6/2/1905 
Sinzig 



From 
Page 



424 



B. 

D.Before 6/1905 
Sinzig? 



\tAtsoonPaqe 1231] 



HERMANN HERZ - JOHANNA 
(Naftali) (Hana) 

FRIEDSAM 
B.3/8/1842 
Bodendorf 
D.l 0/2/1 880 
Dieblich 



■ SOPHIE 
(bat Yaakov) J_ 
GROSS 



SIMON 




B.10/17/1838 
Dieblich 

D.2/19/1915 

Dieblich 
Occ.Butcher 
[Buried in 
Gondorf] 



B.9/27/1851* 



To 
_Page 



(Bodendorf) 420 



SIMON - THERESE 
GUNTHER 
FRIEPSAM 



B. 
Bodendorf 

D.l 870-71 
Franco- 
Prussian 
War 

Sotdter-7th 

Rhein Landw. 

Regiment, 

No.69 



B.1/22/1845 

Rhens 
D.12/1 1/1897 

(11pm) 
Bodendorf 

[Buried in 

Sinzig] 



B.8/5/1848 

Zons 
D.1880 

Zons 



B.10/19/1855 

Sinzig 
D. 



B.4/30/1918 
Dieblich 

To Page 1237 
[Buried in 
Gondorf] 

* =date on gravestone. 
Town records show 
date of birth as 4/26/1849. 




419 



THE FRIEDSAM FAMILY FROM BQDENDQRF 
CHILDREN OFANDREAS AND REBECCA (HARTMANNH FRIEDSAM 

FROM PAGE 419 



From 
Page 






419 










ISAAK - 
FRIES 


HELENE 
CAHN 

DAM 






B. 
D. 




B. 

D. 




1 




1 




ALBERT 

FRIEDSAM 




ROSALIA 
FRIEDSAM 




B.l/19/1871 

Sinzig 
D. 








B.2/1 1/1872 

Sinzig 
D. 



420 



THE FRIEDSAM FAMILY FROM BQDENDQRF 
DAUGHTER OF JACOB AND EVA (SIMON) FRIEDSAM 



FROM PAGE 419 



MENDEL SALOMON-HENDEL HENRIETTE 
(Menachem) HEYMANN 

MEYER 



B.c.1759 

Zons 
D.I 820 

Zons 

~9/3/1791 



B.1771 

Breitbach/Altenkirchen 
D.1845 

Zons 



h. 



To 

.Page 
423 



HERZ - CAROLINE 
(Naftaliben FRIEDSAM 
Menachem) 
MEYER 



B.1795 
Zons 

D.1875 
Koln 



B.1806 

Bodendorf 
D.1858 

Zons/Rhine 
[Buried in Zons] 



SALOMON 



MEYER 



EMIL - JOHANNA 
MENDEL FURST 

MEYER 



ABRAHAM 



MEYER 




B.183.. 


B.I 837 


B. 


B.6/26/1839 


B.I 0/4/1 842 


Zons 


Zons 




Zons 


Zons 


D. 


D.1887 
Zons 


D. 


a 


D. 


(To New York 






To New York 


To New York 


in 1863) 






on 7/14/1863) 


on9/1/1869) 



421 



THE FR1EDSAM FAMILY F ROM BODENDORF 
CHILDREN OF LEIB MOSES AND ESTER LEVY 



FROM PAGE 419 



SIMON - 



HANNA 

FROZEN 

(FRIEDSAM) 

(formerly 

HENDEL MOSES) 

KAUFMANN 



B.1797 B.1802 

Winden Bodendorf 

D.I 837 D. 
Niedermist 



CLEMENS - HELENE 
(formerly KAUFMANN 

MOSES LEVY) 

FRITZEN 
fFRIEOSAM> 



B.I 796 

Unkel/Rhine 
D. 



B.I 792 

Maubach/Duren 
D. 



oo1824 
Merzenich-DGren 



422 



RELATED TO THE FRIEDSAM FAMILY FROM BODENDORF 
CHILDREN OF MENDEL AND HENDEL (HEYMANNh MEYER 

FROM PAGE 421 



From 
Page. 
421 



HERMANN - FRIEDA 
(Heyman) BENEDICT 

MEYER 



JORDCHEN 
MEYER 



To 
—Page 

424 



B. B. 

Zons 
D.After1856 D. 

Zons 



SIMON - FREDERICKE FRETGEN 
MEYER 

IICHTENSTEIN 



B. 



Zons 



D. 



B. 

Waldenrath 

Aachen 
D. 


near 


B.C. 1797 

Zons 
D. 


0*1825 
Dtisseldorf 







423 



RELATED TO THE FR1EPSAM FAMILY FROM BODENDORF 
CHILDREN OF MENDEL AND HENDEL fHEY MANN^ MEYER 



FROM PAGE 420 



From 
Page, 
423' 



















JACOB 




JACOB - FRIEDA 




(I) 




(II) JONAS 
(Yaakov 
Menachem) 




MEYER 




MEYER 




B.I 809 




BJ812 


B.1810 


Zons Zons 


Zons 


D. D.Before1885 


D.I 888 




Zons 


(To Oudewater? 


co1836 




USA-1867) 








Zons 



To Page 419 



424 



THE FRIEDSAM FAMILY FROM BODENDORF 



The following Friedsams who lived in the U.S.A. may have been descendants of the 
Friesdam family from Bodendorf listed on previous pages. At present no additional 

information has been researched. 



MORRIS - BARBARA 



FR1EPS AM 



B. 

D. 

OccXollector 
of Internal 
Revenue 



COL 
MICHAEL 
FRIEDSAM 



- BESSIE 
FRIEDSAM 
STE1NER 



B.2/10/1860 



B. 



D. 



D.4/7/1931 
New York 
Occ.President of B. Altman's 
department store, philanthro- 
pist, art collector 
[Buried in Salem Fields 
Cemetery, Queens, NY] 
His biography can be found on 
the internet at: 

http://web.sbu.edu/friedsam/archives/ 
friedsam/col.%20michael%20friedsam.htm 



B. 



D.Before 1931 




MORRIS 



SALLIE S. 



FRIEDSAM 



B.c.1881 
New York 

D.7/6-7/1946 
Chesterfield,NH 

Occ. Founder, Presi- 
dent, Chairman of 
the Board of Direc- 
tors of Taylor 
Friedsam Co., a silk 
manufacturing firm 



B. 



D. 



425 



THE FRIESEM FAMILY FROM FRIESHEIM AND BURGBRQHL 



The Frtesem name was taken by the family under Napoleon's Edict of 1808. It Is a version 
of Friesheim — the town in which they lived before moving to Burgbrohl in 1782. 

Robert Heuman of WHlowdale, Ontario, Canada, says that his Heumann family 
ancestors, some of whom are chronicled in this book, "supposedly were in the 
Friesheim /Euskirchen area from the 1500s, which is where they settled after they left Spain at 
the time of the expulsion of the Jews in 1492." 



(Friesheim) 



ANDREAS 



From Page 427 
? 



B. 
D. 



B. 
D. 



(Friesheim>Burabrohl) 



MOSES ANDREAS - CLARA 
(Avraham Asher) GRAN 
(CLAIR 
GROSS?) 
FR IES EM 



B.17 

Friesheim 
D.9/5/1781 

Bonn 



B.17 

D.After 1782 
Niederzissen 



HEYMANN 



(Niederweiler near Burgbrohl) 



JACOB LEVI HEYMANN- 
[old name] 
JACOB 
KAUFMANN 



B. 



D.After 1808 



B. 



D. 



RODOLPHE 

(Falk)"Dolphe" 

KAUFMANN 



JULIE 

(Schoenchen) 

KAUFMANN 



B.I 0/24/1 797 
Niederweiler 
L„-Q. } 



B.I 2/5/1800 [14FrimaireIX] 

Niederweiler 
D. 



JOSEF 



REGINA 
FRIESEM 



KA U F MANN 



B. 

D. 



B. 

Friesheim 
D.3/13/1843 

Burgbrohl 



ANDREAS - GUDULA 
(Andre Moises) RITTER 
(Asher A vraham){ JOEDGEN 
HEYMANN) 
(also known 
as Johanna) 
FRIESEM 



B.c.l 765 
Friesheim 

D.8/1/1846 
Burgbrohl 



To Page 430 



* Note: Aaron Meyer may have been related to Sorle (Sara) Mayer. 
Aaron, who died prior to 1808, and his wife, Claire (Freudgen) 
Nathan, lived in Niederweiler near Burgbrohl. They had a daughter, 
Anne Mayer, formerly known as Hendel Aaron. 

* * Johanna Moises was the daughter of Moyses Feit-D. 8/5/1 788 
in Binninqen- and Hanne Hirsch. who lived in Maven in 1808. 



CLAUDE 
(Shir) 



- SCHEINCHEN 

SANDERT 
B. 
Oberbieber 

D.10/28/1815 
Niederzissen 



SORLE (SARA) 

MEYER* 
B.c.l 772 

Holzhausen 
D.9/13/1808 

Nietereissen 



- JOHANNA 
(JEANETTE MOISES) 

MAYER* * 
FRIESEM 



B.2/26/1769 B.1783 
Friesheim Binningen 

D.4/22/1847 D.I 1/27/1859 
Niederzissen Niederzissen 

«9/8/1811 To Page 458- 
Niederzissen 



426 



To Page 459 

[Lived in the house next to the church] 



POSSIBLY RELATED TO THE FR1ESEM FAMILY FROM FRIESHEIM AND 

BURQERQHL 



SALOMON MOYSES - BAILA 

ABRAHAM HEYMANN 

NEUMANN 



B.1725 

Friesheim 
D.I 804 

Friesheim 
Occ.Butcher 



B. 

D.Before 1 799 
Friesheim 



To Page 426 



MICHAEL 



GUDUU 
JONAS 



HEUMANN 



B.I 769 

Friesheim 
D.1814 

Friesheim 



B.1771 

Weilerswist 
D.1845 

Friesheim 



SALOMON 


- GUDULA 
WOLF 


HEUMANN 


B.I 807 

Friesheim 
D. 

oo1830 


B.I 804 

Friesdorf nea 
D.1884 

Friesdorf 


Occ.Butcher in 
Friesdorf 





To Page 428 



DAVID MOYSES 

[ old name] 

[new name in 

1808 became 

David Moyses 

Winter] 



ANNA 
EPSTEIN 



B. 



D. 



SARA 
WOLF 



WINTER 



B.1758 
Friesheim 

D. 

eo1815 

Gymnich 



B.1815 

Sonsbeck near Cleves 
D. 

(Sara Wolf's first 
husband was Joseph 
Schloss of Frechen near 

Koln) 



BENJAMIN - THERESE 
OSTER 

CAHN 



B. 
D. 



B. 

D. 



JOSEPH 



JUDITH 
CAHN 



WINTER 



427 



B.1795 

Friesdorf 
D. 

ool823 

Occ. Merchant 
in Ettringen 
near Mayen 

To Page 



B. 



Rieden near Mayen 



D. 



428 



POSSIBLY RELATED TO THE FRIESEM FAMILY FROM FRIESHEIM AND 

BI JRQBRQHL 
CHILDREN OF SALOMON AND CUPULA fWQLF^ HEUMANN 



DAUGHTER OF JOSEPH AND JUDITH (CAHN^ WINTER 



FROM PAGE 427 



(Also on Page 1224) 
(Binninaen) 



MOSES - CAROLA 
ERMAN 
S CHMP7 



B. 



D. 



B. 



D. 



NATHAN - JETTA 

HEUMANN 

SCHNCXj 



JOSEPH 



SIBILLA 
WINTER 



H E UMANN 



B.I 824 

Erp 
D. 

»1862 



B.1834 

Friesdorf 
D. 



Occ.Merchant 
in Brakel 
(Westphalia) 



B.1836 

Friesdorf 
D. 



Occ.Merchant 



(Also on Page 1$24) 
I (Binninqen) 



BERNHARD-MARIANNE 
HEUMANN 

scHMrrz 



B. 



B.I 847 
Ettringen Duenfus 

(near Mayen) D. 
D. 

«1869 
Godesberg 



B.1839 

Friesdorf 
D. 



JETTA 



NEUMANN 



B.1867 

Friesdorf 
D.Holocaust 



To 

.Page 

429 



428 



POSSIBLY RELATED TO THE FRIFSFM FAMILY FROM FRIESHEIM AND 

B URSBR O H L 
CHILDREN OF SALOMON AND GUDULA fWOLF) HEUMANN 



From 
Page_ 

428 



FROM PAGE 427 



HERMANN - BERTHA 

DINKELSPIEL 

HEUMANN 



B.1847 B.1840 

Friesdorf Bingen (Rhine) 

D. D. 

oo1874 

Occ. Merchant 



429 



THE FRIESEM FAMILY FROM FRIESHE1M AND BURGBRQHL 
CHILDREN OF ANDREAS AND CUPULA (RITTER^ FRIESEM 



FROM PAGE 426 



From 
Page 
355 



(Aj£> on Page 365) 



MOYSES 

(Moses) 
(Alexandre-! 808) 

(Moshe ben 
Avraham Asher) 

ESiSEM 



JEANETTE 

"Hannah" 

(Jetta) 

FABER 



CLARA 

(Betulah Keiche 

bas Asher) 

FRIESEM 



To 

-Page 

438 



B.4/10/1795 

Burgbrohi 
D.4/15/1850 

Burgbrohi {= 
Occ.Trader 




B. 



Mertloch 



D. 



B.8/5/1797 
Burgbrohi 

D.5/12/1872 
Burgbrohi 



Burgbrohi 



From From 
Page Page 
705 235 



From 
Page 
509 



B.11/8/1823 
Burgbrohi 

D.1/5/1836 
Burgbrohi 



(Also on Paae 757) I 



HERMANN - CAROU 
(Chaim) "Billa" 

(Karolina) 
HERZ 
B.5/20/1838 

Schweinheim 
D.5/7/1867 
Burgbrohi 
(Pox epidemic) 
oo11/16/1865 
Kuchenheim 



ROSA / 
STEINBERG K 
FRIESEM 



UAfso gn Fme 5Q$)\ 



B.6/1 5/1826 

Burgbrohi 
D.I 2/3/1 900 

Burgbrohi 
(fell off a horse 
and was kicked 
by it) 



B.1/26/1851 
Oberbretsig 

D.10/8/1916 
Burgbrohi 

(lung infection) 



To Pages 432,566 

To Page 432 



JOSEPH - 
FRIE< 


GUDUUV 
FRIESEM 

EM 


B.c.1 81 9-21 

Niederzissen 
D. 

»10/29/1850 
Niederzissen 
Occ.Cattle dealer 


B.7/16/1828 
Burgbrohi 

D.I 0/3 11 876 
Burgbrohi 



To 

_Page 

431 



To Page 509 



430 



THE FRIESEM FAMILY FROM FRIESHEIM AND BURGBRQHL 

DESCENDANTS OF ANDREAS AND CUPUL A (RITTER^ FRIESEM 

CHILDREN OF MOYSES AND JEANETTE (FABER^t FRIESEM 



FROM PAGE 430 



From 
Page 
154 



From 

Page_ 

430 



GERTRUDIS 
FRIESEM 



GENOFEVA 



FRIESEM 



B.8/21/1831 

Burgbrohl 
D. 



B.2/1 9/1834 
Burgbrohl 

D.2/20/1834 
Burgbrohl 



(Afr<bQnPffl? 157} 



MICHAEL - JOHANNA 
(Machool ben "Jennie" 
Yosef) FRIESEM 
ANSCHEL 



B.9/10/1829 

Polch 
D.c.1 908 

Sayn/Rhine 



B.11/17/1836 
Burgbrohl 

D. 



To Page 1 68 



431 



THE FRIESEM FAMILY FROM FRIESHEIM AND BURGBROHL 
DESCENDANTS OF ANDREAS AND CUPULA (RITTER^ FRIESEM 
DAUGHTER OF HERMANN AND CAROLA fH ERZ) FRIESEM 



CHILDREN OF HERMANN AND ROSA (STEINBERGS FRIESEM 



From 

Pages 

438,981 



(Also on Page 983) 
(EqMlL 



HERMANN 
(Tzvi ben 
Shlomo) 



HENRIETTE 

(Yetshe bas 

Chaim) 

FRIESEM 



HIRSCH 



B.I 0/1/1 864 


B.1 1/7/1 866 


Polch 


Burgbrohl 


D.2/14/1929 


D.8/1 1/1905 


Polch 


Boppard 


«1893 




Kuchenheim 




[Buried in 


[Buried in 


Mertloch] 


Mertloch] 



To Pages 534,641,983 



(AlsgonPaqe12(j(f) 



FROM PAGE 430 



From 
Page 
1098 



GUDULA 

"Tante Yual" 

FRIESEM 



B.1/20/1870 
Burgbrohl 

D.1918 
Burgbrohl 



(Also on Page 1098 
(fturgfrohl) 



MOSES - ROSETTA 
"Settchen" 
(Setta Sara) 
LAMBERT 
FRIESEM 




B.8/21/1873 
Burgbrohl 

D.I 2/1 0/1 873 
Burgbrohl 



B.8/29/1871 B.6/23-24/1880* 

Burgbrohl Nickenich 

D.Holocaust D.Holocaust 
Sobibor, Sobibor, 

Poland Poland 

6/11/1943 6/11/1943 
«2/2/1905 [* Deportation 
list indicates 
10/24/1880 
(Page 142)] 
[Deported from Westerbork] 

[They lived with a Hertog family — Alfred and Herta (Mendel) 
Hertog — see Page 959 —at Hendrik van Viandenlaan 44 in 
Valkenburg-Houthem, Holland. The Hertog family survived 
the Holocaust.il 



WILHELM - 


HILDA 




"Willie" 


FRIESEM 
B.4/13/1906 

Burgbrohl 
D.10/21/1960 
Baltimore, MD 
«1/28/1930 




EMMA 




MONTIGLIO 






ROMANO 




NATHAN 




B.7/24/1901 


B.1/17/1908 




Stolberg 




D.3/23/1975 


D.12/7/1974 


Miami, FL 


Baltimore, MD 


«1963 







HUGO - ERNA 


FRIESEM 


ROLEF 


B.6/26/1899 


B.I 2/30/1 907 


Kirchheim 


Burgbrohl 


D.4/25/1960 


D.4/25/2005 


CapeTown, 


Dusseldorf 


South Africa 




Occ.Ladies and 


Occ. Milliner, 


Men's Tailor 


Salesperson 



To Page 434 



LUDWIG - ALMA 


FRIESEM 


WO 


LFF 


B.11/9/1910 


B.3/19/1911 


Greshem 


Burgbrohl 


near Darmstadt 




D.6/28/1980 




CapeTown, 




South Africa 





To Page 435 



Occ .Auto 
Transport 



To Page 433 



432 



THE FRIESEM FAMILY FROM FRIESHEIM AND BURGBROHI 

DESCENDANTS OF ANDREAS AND CUPUL A (RITTER^ FRIFSFM 

CHILDREN OF WILHELM AND HILDA fFRIESEVH NATHAN 

FROM PAGE 432 



FRED 



HELGA 
GOTTSCHALK 



NATHAN 



B.1/3/1931 
Burgbrohl 



oo11/17/1956 

New York 
Occ.Photographer 



I 



B.1 1/18/1932 
Geilenkirchen 



Occ.Dressmaker 



GERD 
"Gerry" 



FLORENCE 
FLAX 
B.6/4/19.. 
Baltimore, MD 
(Divorced) 



JOANNE 
FINNEGAN 



B. 



(Divorced) 



- CAROL SUE 
"Sue" 
TANNEN 
NATHAN 



B.1/5/1932 
Diirerr 



B.4/28/1938 
Bronx.NY 



Occ.lnventor 



Carol Sue has 
two sons with 
her first hus- 
band: Mitch 
Rory Cohen 
(born 3/1/1957) 
and Howard 
Cohen (born 
6/12/1960,died 
3/16/2004; 
married to 
Cathleen 
McWilliams - 

? daughter?), 



ROBERT FRANK 



NATHAN 



JOHN HERBERT - 



SHARRON 
NATHAN 



WHYTE 



B.9/1 1/1957 
New York 



B.1 1/18/1965 
Staten isiand.NY 



-6/23/1991 
Raritan,NJ 
Occ. Printing 



(HaihY t !P) 



MICHAEL - JOAN LOUISE 

RAVER 
NATHAN 



(Athen9 t Q\)\ 



1 



ELAINE 
NATHAN 



B.I 0/29/1 962 
New York 



Occ.Printing 



B.3/18/1954 
Baltimore,MD 



ool0/16/1978 

Arlington,VA 

Occ.Carpenter 




B.I 0/21/1 947 
Meriden.CT 



B.1/21/1956 
Baltimore.MD 



Occ.Nurse 



PAUL DAVID 



B.I 2/4/1 994 
Staten lsland,NY 



NATHAN 



SARAH RUTH 
NATHAN 



B.I /1 0/2001 
Staten lsland,NY 



B.I 2/4/1 983 
Asheviile,NC 



B.3/10/1989 
Stella,NC 



Occ.Student 



Occ.Student 
433 



THE FRIESEM FAMILY FROM FRIESHEIM AND BURGBROHL 

DESCENDANTS OF ANDREAS AND CUPULA (R)TTER^ FR1ESEM 

CHILDREN OF HUGO AND ERNA (FRIESEM^ RQLEF 



FROM PAGE 432 




B.12/31/1943 
CapeTown, 
South Africa 



Occ. Recruitment Associate 
for an American fund 
managing company based 
in Geneva,Switzeriand 



MARTIN SIMON- HANNA 
(Hannelore) 
DEHMER 
RQLEF 



B. 1/31/1948 
CapeTown, 
South Africa 



col/19/1979 

Krefeld 
Occ.Textile 

Engineer 




B.7/18/1953 
Krefeld 



Occ.Self employed 





B.4/23/1979 
Krefeld 



B.8/1 1/1982 

Krefeld 



B.10/14/1988 
Krefeld 



Occ.Self employed 



Occ.TV Produc- 
tion firm 



Occ.Student 



434 



THE FRIESEM FAMILY FROM FRIESHEIM AND BURGBRQHL 

DESCENDANTS OF ANDREAS AND GUDULA (RITTER) FRIESEM 

CHILDREN OF LUDWIG AND ALMA (FRIESEM^ WOLFF 











FROM PAGE 432 




STANLEY - ROSALIE 




DR. LIONEL - MARY ANNE 


WOLFF 




(M.D.) MILLER 


ROGOW 




(Divorced) 
WOLFF 


B.6/22/1943 


B.3/24/1945 




B.1/31/1948 


B.7/18/1953 


Upington, 
South Africa 


CapeTown, CapeTown, 
South Africa South Africa 


CapeTown, 
South Africa 


-12/12/1968 


00 




CapeTown, 
South Africa 






Occ.Chemical 


Occ.Nurse Occ. Ear-Nose- 


Occ.Pharmacist 


Engineer 


Throat 
Specialist at 
Addington 
Hospital in 
Durban.SA 






To Page 436 


JONATHAN - LISA 




DANI 




FENDEL 








ROGOW 




ROGOW 




B.1/17/1971 


B.1/28/197( 




B.4/30/1974 




London 


CapeTown CapeTown 


oo8/20/2000 




CapeTown 
Occ.Mechanicai 
Engineer, 


Occ.Special 
Needs Teacher 






ETHAN 




(Eitan) 
ROGOW 















B.9/9/2004 
CapeTown 



435 



THF FRIESEM FAMILY FROM FRIESHEIM AND BURGBRQHL 

pfscfnoants of ANDREAS AND CUPULA fRITTER) FRIESEM 

CHILDREN OF DR. LIONEL AND MARY ANNE (MILLER) WOLFF 



FROM PAGE 432 




(CaneTown. South Africa) 




B.2/16/1973 
Durban,SA 



B.2/19/1976 
Durban, SA 



fSvdnev.Austrafia) 



TAMARA LYNN 
WOLFF 



B.6/19/1978 
Durban,SA 



Occ.Actuary, 
Business 
Consultant 



Occ.Communica- 
tions,Computer 
Consultant for 
Mark Shuttle- 
worth 



Occ.Occupa- 
tional Thera- 
pist, Physio- 
therapist 



436 



THE FR1ESEM FAMILY FROM FRIESHEIM AND BURGBROHL 

DESCENDANTS OF ANDREAS AND GUDULA (RITTER^ FRIESEM 

CHILDREN OF HERMANN AND ROSA (STEINBERG) FRIESEM 



FROM PAGE 430 



From 

Page_ 

432 



From Page 3 1 



From Page 357 



(Hamburg) 



ADOLF 



META 



IK 



B.11/8/1874 
Burgbrohl 

D.7/18/1963 

Hamburg 
Occ.Artist 



£501. 



B. 

Mecklenburg 
D.After 1963 

Hamburg 



(Also on Page 3 1 0) 



LEOPOLD - JOHANNA 
FRIESEM 

B.I 1/12/1876 
Burgbrohl 

D.1 1/2/1919 
Burgbrohl 

«c.l 902-03 



EMMA 
MARX 



PERQER 




B.1860 B. 

Niederzissen Binningen 
D.Holocaust 



D. 



Hamburg 



.,MT? 



(Also on Page 566B) 



GUSTAF - JOSEPHINE 
"Phina" 
FRIESEM 
GOTTSCHALK 



B.2/17/1872 
Niederzissen 
D.Holocaust 
Theresienstadt 
«3/19/1901 



B.1/23/1879 
Burgbrohl 

D.5/ /1920 
[not in Nieder- 
zissen] 



To Page 567 



[Gustaf Gottschalk was the son 
of Moses (Jechiet) (8/20/1837/ 
Niederzissen-3/22/1891/ 
Niederzissen) and his first wife, 
To Page 312 Fanny (Indemay) Gottschalk 
| [2/1 1/1838-2/26/1883/ 
Niederzissen] (see Page 357). 
Moses (Page 357), the son of 
Jakob Gottschalk of Niederzissen 
(Page 566A), was later married 
to Regina Faber from Mertloch.] 



No other positive information is known about Adolf Friesem (Adolf and Meta's son). Around 1990, 
two unknown Friesem siblings — Jill and Johnny — registered with the Mormon Church a number of 
Friesems who perished in the Holocaust. The Mormons registered and posthumously "baptized" these 
deceased Friesems. Jill and Johnny's parents are Royce and Joan (van der Kamp) Friesem. Joan was 
born in 1939. According to the Mormons, these names were submitted in 1991 by William [Bill] De 
Bruin Jr., 3359 Ravenwood Drive, Augusta GA 30907 (AF 91-106099). Larry D. Van Duyn, of 402 
Sunset Avenue, Almogardo, NM 88310, said he and his grandfather did research on information about 
Joan van der Kamp prepared in 1983 by an "aunt in-law." 

I have been unable to locate Jilt or Johnny Friesem, nor have I been able to locate a Donna Marie 
Friesem (born on May 19, 1 937, the same date of my birth) who is married to Raymond Ernest Larson 
Jr., born October 1, 1937, or Harold Gene Friesem, born in Tulare County, CA on March 5, 1936. Any 
or all of these Friesems may be descendants of Adolf Friesem, who came to the United States around 

1 91 8-1 9 and went "West" looking for gold — perhaps in Idaho — and becam e a prospector. 

(Also see Page 551) 



437 



THE FRIESEM FAMILY FR OM FRIESHE1M AND BURGBRQHL 
CHILDREN OF ANDREAS AND CUPULA fRITTER) FRIESEM 



FROM PAGE 426 



From 
Page 
355 



From 

Page_ 

430 



(Alsc on Page 355) 



-Twins born on 6 Nivoise XII— 



BERNHARD- JULIANA 
"Beer" (Ernestine) 

(Formerly known (Old Name: 
as Beer Meier) Gjellgen) 
(Yisoscher) FRIESEM 

B.I 2/26/1 803 

Burgbrohl 
D.9/1 1/1847 

Mertloch 
«6/24/1823 
Mertloch 



- HELENE 
MARX 
FABER 



(Also on Page 565) 



MARX 
(Old Name: 
Gjesher) 
(Mordechai ben 
Avraham Asher) 
FRIESEM 



CLARA 
GOTTSCHALK 

(Kiaire bas 
Eliakim ha-Kohen) 



B.1 2/26/1 803 
Burgbrohl 

D.9/2/1889 
Burgbrohl 

ocl/23/1832 



B.c.1793 

Mertloch 

D.1/31/1884 

Mertloch 



B. 



D. 



To Page 363 
To Page 356 



From 
Page 
354 



From 
Page 
983 

I 



DAUGHTER 



Bom dead on 

July 21,1832 

Burgbrohl 



(Also on Page 354) 



B. 

Obermendig 
D.5/2/1873 

Burgbrohl 



HAIMANN - HENRIETTE 
(Jetta) 
FRIESEM 

FABER 



B.8/26/1825 

Polch 
D.12/12/1871 

Polch 
(Pox Epidemic) 
*8/15/1859 

Polch 



(Also on Paoe 985)\ 



SALOMON 



- JOHANNA 
(Hendel) 
FRIESEM 
HIRSCH 



B.12/31/1833 
Burgbrohl 

D.1 1/23/1871 
Polch 

(Pox Epidemic) 



B.1 1/26/1831 

Polch 
D.6/28/1893 

Polch 



To 

.Page 

439 



B.10/1 1/1836 
Burgbrohl 

D.I 0/1 0/1 908 
Polch 



To Page 354 



To Pages 432,987 



438 



THE FRIESEM FAMILY FROM FR1ESHEIM AND BURGBROHL 

DESCENDANTS OF ANDREAS AND CUPULA fRITTER) FRIESEM 

CHILDREN OF MARX AND CLARA fGOTTSCHALlO FRIESEM 



FROM PAGE 438 



From 

Page_ 

438 



MOYSES 

(Moses) 

FRIESEM 



JAKOB 

"Onkel Jankov" 

FRIESEM 



B. 11/20/1838 
Burgbrohl 

D.9/30/1916 
Burgbrohl 



B.I 2/6/ 1840 
Burgbrohl 

D.12/25/1916 
Burgbrohl 



HERMANN 
(Chaim ben 
Mordechai) 

ERi 



B.3/1/1843 
Burgbrohl 

D.2/21/1912 
Burgbrohl 



fflso on Page &5) 



ALBERT 



LUISE 
BERGER 



FRIESEM 



- HENRIETTE 
(Esther) 
MARX 

sm 




B.8/24/1850 
Weinsheim (near 
Bad Kreuznach) 
D.1/1/1933 
Burgbrohl 



B.1/10/1846 
Burgbrohl 

D.4/29/1846 
Burgbrohl 



To 
.Page 

440 



MORITZ 



SELMA 
MARX 



FRIESEM 



GUSTAV 



B.5/31/1877 
Burgbrohl 

D.8/31/1917 
World War I 



FRIE 



B.9/18/1852 
Ni eder zissen 
D.H(=kust 



B.7/24/1878* 

Burgbrohl 
D.Holocaust 

6/12/1942 
* = According 
to town records 
he was born on 
8/24/1878 
Occ.Butcher 



B.c.1 880-86 



D.Holocaust 



B.8/29/1880 
Burgbrohl 

D.I 2/9/1960 
Detroit,MI 



- HENRIETTA 
"Selma" 
SIEGLER 

sm 



B.6/9/1889 
Metternich/ 
Koblenz 
D.7/12/1967 
Detroit.MI 



To Page 443 



To Page 446 



439 



THE FR1ESEM FAMILY FROM FRIESHEIM AND BURGBROHL 

DESCENDANTS OF ANDREAS AND CUPULA (RITTER^ FRIESEM 

CHILDREN OF HERMANN AND HENR1ETTE (MARX) FRIESEM 



FROM PAGE 439 



(Qterbtebsr) 



ITHEODORE-HANNCHEN 
SELIGMANN 
LEVY 



From 
Page 
1Q55 



B. 
D. 



From 

Page, 

439 



(Also 



WPme 1QH) 



SIEGMUND - CLARA 
(Simon) FRIESEM 

CAHN 



(Lehmen on the Mosel) 



JULIUS 



ROSA 
MARX 



FRIES 



EM. 



B.I 2/26/1 868 B.5/12/1882 

Niederzissen Burgbrohi 

D.5/28/1935 D.Holocaust 
Niederzissen 



B.I 0/4/1 883 

Burgbrohi 
D.I 937 
Lehmen/Mosel 
Occ.Matzo baker 
[He gave a pet 
dog to Gustav 
and Henriette 
Friesem.] 



(Hayenge, France) 



To 

.Page 

441 



MAXIMILIAN - HEDWIG 
(Max) LEVI 

FRIESEM 



B. 
D.Holocaust 



B.3/25/1885 
Burgbrohi 

D.9/27/1963 
Hayange, 
France 



B.1/14/1892 
Oberbieber 

D.7/2/1982 
Strasbourg, 
France 



To Page 449 




B.2/ /1 921 
Lehmen a.d. Mosel 
D.3/13/1921 
Lehmen a.d. Mosel 
[Gravestone, in the 
Gondorf Jewish 
cemetery is mis- 
spelled Friesen] 



B.I 0/1 8/1 925 
Lehmen a.d. Mosel 
D.Holocaust 
3/29/1945 



440 



THE FRIESEM FAMILY FROM FRIESHEiM AND BURGBRQHL 

DESCENDANTS OF ANDREAS AND GUDULA fRITTERl FRIESEM 

CHILDREN OF MARX AND CLARA (GOTTSCHALIO FRIESEM 



FROM PAGE 438 



The Cohen family was very religious and 
Rabbinical, and related to the poet Else 
Lasker-Schuller, who died in Jerusalem 



From 

Page_ 

439 



/ 



(Burgbrohl) 



WILHELM 
(Willy) 



JULIANA 
FRIESEM 



CQHffl 



B.3/2/1882 
Weseke 

D.Holocaust 
Auschwitz 
7/1/1944 



B.8/6/1886 
Burgbrohl 

D.1/2/1916 
Burgbrohl 



After the death of Juliana (Friesem) 
Cohen, Wilhelm (Willy) married her 
sister, Elizabeth (Elsa) Friesem. 

I 

To Page 451 



(Aachen) 



WILHELM 

(Markus) 

"Willy" 



RECHA 
FALKENTHIN 



FRIESEM 



B.1 1/21/1889 

Burgbrohl 
D.Holocaust 



B.5/23/1890 

Aachen 
D.Holocaust 

Burgbrohl 



(Burgbrohl) 



WILHELM -ELIZABETH 
(Willy) "Elsa" 
FRIESEM 
COHEN 



B.3/2/1882 
Weseke 

D.Holocaust 
Auschwitz 
7/1/1944 



B.6/13/1892 
Burgbrohl 

D.Holocaust 
Auschwitz 
7/6/1944 

[Deported from 

Westerbork] 



To Page 456 



To Page 453 



KARL - JEANETTE 
(Carl) "Hettchen" 
"Nettchen" 
VOS 
FRIESEM 



B.5/26/1888 
Burgbrohl 

D.Holocaust 
Izbica 

"1/26/1915 

[They lived at 
Koblenz] 



B.4/29/1884 

Neuenahr 

("Kriegstrauung") 
D.Holocaust 

Izbica 

Bahnhofstrafce 27, 



To Page 455 



441 



THE FRIESEM FAMILY FROM FRIESHEIM AND BURGBROHL 

DESCENDANTS OF ANDREAS AND CUPULA ( RITTER) FRIESEM 

CGHILDREN OF MARX AND CLARA (GOTTSCHALIO FRIESEM 



FROM PAGE 438 



From 

Page_ 

439 



(Also on Paae 576) 



LEOPOLD - MARIANNE 
"Jennie" 
FRIESEM 
GQTTSCHALK 



B. 



D. 



Nauen (near 
Berlin) 



B.9/5/1847 
Burgbrohj 

D. 
Nauen (near 
Berlin) 




B.5/31/1852 
Burgbrohl 

D.2/18/1929 
Burgbrohl 



442 



THE FRIESEM FAMILY FROM FRIESHEIM AND BURGBROHL 

DESCENDANTS OF ANDREAS AND GUD1II A fRITTER^ FRIFSFM 

CHILDREN OF ALBERT AND LUISE (BERGER^ FRIESEM 



FROM PAGE 439 



THEO 

FR 


- SARAH 

RESNKX 
ESEM 


B.9/20/1910 
Burgbrohl 

D.5/17/1973 
Rehovot, 
Israel 


B.6/14/1914 

Odessa, 

Russia 
D.5/15/1977 

Rehovot, 

Israel 



DR. ASHER - REBECCA 

(Ph.D.) "Ricky" 

RAPPAPORT 
FRIESEM 



B.1/18/1936 
Haifa, 
Israel 



«8/26/1956 
Toronto, ONT, 
Canada 
Occ. Professor 
of Physics, 
Weizmann 
Institute of 
Science, 
Rehovot, Israel 



B.8/6/1936 
Calgary, AB, 
Canada 





JUDITH 



FRIESEM 



B. 


B.I 2/27/1 908 


B.2/20/1913 


Burgbrohl 


Burgbrohl 


Burgbrohl 


D.Holocaust 


D.Holocaust 


D.Holocaust 


Auschwitz 


Ravensbruck 
6/12/1942 





Occ. Journalist, 
Public Relations 
Director.Weizmann 
Institute of 
Science, 
Rehovot, Israel 



To Page 444 



443 



THE FRIESEM FAMILY FROM FRIESHEIM AND BURGBRQHL 

DESCENDANTS OF ANDREAS AND GUDULA (RITTER^ FRIESEM 

CHILDREN OF DR. ASHER AND REBECCA (RAPPAPORT^ FRIESEM 



FROM PAGE 443 



DR. SHABTAI - 
(M.D.) 
"Tai" 



DANA 
LEVINSOHN 
B.I 0/30/1 957 

Rehovot, Israel 
Occ.MA-Biology, 
Research Biologist 

(Divorced^ 



- MAZALLE 
IVGI 

B.11/18/1960 

Gan Yavnejsrael 
oo8/30/1990 

(Pureed) 



RUTH 
SELBY 



friesem 



B.7/14/1957 B.1/31/1964 
Ann Arbor,MI Grantham,England 



"10/1/1996 

Grantham,Eng. 
Occ.Spinal 
Surgeon 



NOA 
(Noa bas Shabtai) 

FRIE S EM 



DANIEL 



RONIT 
SHAMMAH 



FRIESEM 



B.3/18/1960 
Detroit,MI 



oo8/16/1988 

Rehovot, 

Israel 
Occ.Computer 

Programmer 



To Page 445 



DAVID JOEL - 



LIAT 
MASHAT 



FRIESEM 



B.10/15/1960 B.12/1 1/1963 
Tel Aviv, Israel Detroit.MI 



«6/16/1999 
Mizpe Modiin, 
Israel 
Occ.Ceramicist, Occ.CEO of a 
Therapeutic security firm 
Masseuse 



To Page 445 



B.11/14/1970 
Tel Aviv, Israel 



Occ.Journalist 



ELI 

(Eli bas Shabtai) 

FRIESEM 



THEA AYALA 
FRIESEM 



MICHAEL 
FRIESEM 



NATALIE 
FRIESEM 



JONATHAN DAVID 
FRIESEM 



B.3/23/1984 
Beersheba, 
Israel 



B.9/27/1986 
Rehovot, 
Israel 



B.3/7/1993 
Rehovot, 
Israel 



B.4/13/1995 
Nottingham, 

England 



B.1 1/29/1997 
Kfar Saba, 
Israel 



B.1/21/2000 
Kfar Saba, 
Israel 



OccStudent 



OccStudent 



OccStudent OccStudent OccStudent OccStudent 



444 



THE FRIESEM FAMILY FROM FRIESHEIM AND BURGBROHL 

DESCENDANTS OF ANDREAS AND GUDULA (RITTER^ FRIESEM 

CHILDREN OF DANIEL AND RQNIT (SHAMMAm FRIESEM 



BEN ADAM 



FRIESEM 



B.4/14/1989 
Ann Arbor,MI 



FROM PAGE 444 




B.2/5/1992 
Ann Arbor,Ml 



B.9/14/1999 
Foisom,CA 



Occ.Student 



Occ.Student 



Occ.Student 



SON OF DAVID AND LIAT (MASHAT) FRIESEM 



FROM PAGE 444 




B. 1/1/2004 
Tel Aviv,lsrael 



445 



THE FRIESEM FAMILY FROM FRIESHEIM AND BURGBROHL 

DESCENDANTS OF ANDREAS AND GUDULA (RITTER) FR1ESEM 

CHILDREN OF GUSTAV AND HENRIETTA f SIEGLER^ FRIESEM 

FROM PAGE 439 




B. 11/17/1914 
Burgbrohl 

D.7/30/1915 
Burgbrohl 



JOSEF 



ROSEL 
FRIESEM 



SPRINGER 



B.9/11/1914 
Boldanonce,AH 
[Czechoslovakia] 
D.2/1/1989 
Ft. Lauderdale, FL 



To 

.Page 

448 



PAUL - MARGARET 
FRIESEM 

HUPPERI 



3.6/8/1918 
Burgbrohl 

D.1/8/2003 
Ft. Lauderdale, FL 



B.6/28/1909 



D.3/9/1998 



B.12/19/1919 
Frankfurt/Main 



DR.DAVID ALAN - 
(M.D.) 



JOAN 



B. 



(Pivorceq 1 ) 



-RONNIE JEAN 
KATZ 



SPRINGER 



MICHAEL 



HELENE 
SPRINGER 



LOCKMAN 



B.4/25/1943 B.3/21/1950 
Hamtramck,MI Brooklyn.NY 



"8/9/1981 

Brooklyn,NY 
Occ. Pediatrician Occ.Certified 
School Nurse 



B.2/24/1944 
Detroit, Ml 



Occ. Asst. Attorney 
General,Michigan 



B.6/7/1947 
Detroit, Ml 



Occ.Psychotherapist 
MSW 



To Page 447 



TARA 
SPRINGER 



JOSHUA PAUL 

GUSTAV 

SPRINGER-KATZ 



ZACHARY JACOB 



SPRINGER-KATZ 



ANNA ROSE 
SPRINGER-KATZl 



B.3/19/1971 
New York 



Occ.Retail 



B.I 0/7/1 982 
Seatt(e,WA 

D.I 0/1 6/1 982 
Seattle,WA 



B.2/14/1984 
Seattle,WA 

Occ.Student 



B.9/16/1987 
Seattle.WA 

Occ.Student 



446 



THE FRIESEM FAMILY FROM FRIESHE1M AND BURGBROHL 

DESCENDANTS OF ANDREAS AND CUPULA (RITTER^ FRIESEM 

CHILDREN OF MICHAEL AND HELENE fS PRINGER^ LOCKMAN 



FROM PAGE 446 



DARCY 
LOCKMAN 



B.I 1/1 8/1 972 
Detroit, Ml 



ROB 



CORI 
LOCKMAN 



CARR 



B. 



B.7/28/1976 
Detroit, Mf 



«»6/20/2004 
Farmington.MI 
Occ.Post Graduate Occ.Journalist Occ.Teacher 
Student 



447 



THE FRIESEM FAMILY FROM FRIESHEIM AND BURGBROHL 

DESCENDANTS OF ANDREAS AND GUDULA (RITTER^ FRIESFM 

CHILDREN OF GUSTAV AND HENRIETTA (SIEGLER^ FRIESEM 



FROM PAGE 439 



From 

Page- 

446 



B. 



HARRY 
A FELDSCHER 
B. 

D. 



EDITH 
FRIESEM 



HENRY 
ISKQWn? 



B.3/23/1913 

D.I 1/28/1995 
Ft.Lauderdale,FL 



B.1 1/1 1/1921 
Burgbrohl 



RONALD 



NANCY 
SARASON 



FEIPSCH5R 



3. 



STANLEY 



CAROL 
FELDSCHER 



HAMMERSTEIN 



B. 




ANDREW 



FELDSCHER 



B. 



BRADLEY JAY 



HAMMER ST EfN 



MELISSA BETH 
HAMMERSTEIN 



B.1 1/4/1 976 



B.1 1/1 1/1978 



B.3/23/1971 



B.1/28/1974 



448 



THE FR1ESEM FAMILY FROM FRIESHE1M AND BURGBROHL 

DESCENDANTS OF ANDREAS AND CUPUL A (RITTER^ FRIFSFM 

CHILDREN QF MAXIMILI AN AND HEDWIG fLEVH FRIESEM 

FROM PAGE 440 



HARRY 



HELENA 

"Helta" 

NUSSBAUM 



FRIESEM 



B.5/25/1921 

Burgbroh! 
D. 

Strasbourg, 

France 
«3/25/1948 

Hayange, France 
Occ.Hotel Owner 



B.1 0/1 8/1 927 
Malberg-Kyllburg 
(near Trier) 



(Rehovot. Israel) 



CLAUDE 



NICOLE 
EJNES 



FRIESEM 



B.9/5/1951 
Hayange, 

France 



«9/16/1976 
Hayange and 
Reims,France 

Occ.Clothing 
Export 



B.5/24/1956 
Reims, 
France 



[Parents Serges and 
Helene Ejnes] 



GUNTHER 
"Guy" 



ROSELYSE 
HENE 



FRIESEM 



B.7/28/1926 
Weinsheim 

D.5/2/1981 
Hayange, 
France 

ool956 



B.4/10/1930 
Saarbrucken 



(Strasbourg. France) 



JOEL 



ELIANE 
FRIESEM 



HIR SCH 



B.9/14/1948 
Strasbourg, 
France 



»9/6/1970 
Strasbourg, 
France 



B.9/15/1949 
Hayange, 
France 



To Page 450 




GAVRIEL 



FRIESEM 



B.5/29/1978 
Tel Aviv, 
Israel 



B.I 2/22/1983 
Rehovot, 
Israel 



B.9/3/1986 
Rehovot, 
Israel 



449 



THE FRIESEM FAMILY FROM FRIESHEiM AND BURGBROHL 

DESCENDANTS OF ANDREAS AND CUPULA (RITTER1 FRIESFM 

CHILDREN OF JOEL AND ELIANE (FRIESEM) HIRSCH 



FROM PAGE 449 



GERALDINQ 
HIRSCH 



ISABELLE 



HIRSCH 



MAGALI 
HIRSCH 



1 



AUDREY 
HIRSCH 



B.3/15/1971 B.4/3/1972 


B.1/29/1974 


B.3/5/1979 


Strasbourg, Strasbourg, 


Strasbourg, 


Strasbourg, 


France France 


France 


France 


D.6/7/1972 






Strasbourg, 






France 







450 



THE FRIESEM FAMILY FROM FRIESHEIM A NP 3URGPRQH L 

DESCENDANTS OF ANDREAS AND GUDULA (R1TTER1 FRIESEM 

CHILDREN OF W1LHELM AND JULIANA (FRIESEM1 COHEN 



FROM PAGE 441 



ALFRED - ELSE SARA 
(Avraham) SOMMERFELD 

CQUHs! 



B.7/13/1910 

Geseke 
D.Holocaust 



KARL - RUTH CLARA 
COHEN 

CPMN 



B.3/15/1913 
D. Holocaust 



B.7/12/1911 
Amsterdam 

D.Holocaust 
3/20/1943 



B.9/5/1911 
Burgbrohl 

D.Holocaust 
3/20/1943 



To 

-Page 

453 



HERMANN - 



THELMA 
(Emma) 
BAIGELMAN 
B.I 0/26/1 920 

D.5/12/1954 



ROSLYN 
GOLDWATER 



CQHEN 





B.11/30/1913 B.1/10/1921 
Burgbrohl Phoenix,AZ 

D.3/ /1 988 
Phoenix.AZ 





B.7/14/1940 
D.Holocaust 



B.6/8/1937 
Amsterdam 

D.Holocaust 
3/20/1943 



B.3/12/1940 
Amsterdam 

D.Holocaust 
3/20/1943 



B.2/24/1942 
Amsterdam 

D.Holocaust 
3/20/1943 



To Page 452 



To Page 452 




B.1/22/1943 

Westerbork Ghetto 
D.Holocaust 

3/20/1943 



451 



THE FRiESEM FAMILY FROM FRIESHEiM AND BURGBROHL 
DESCENDANTS OF ANDREAS AND GUDULA (RITTER) FRIESEM 
CHILDREN QF HERMANN ANQ THELMA (6AIGELMAN) COHEN 



SON OF HERMANN AND RQSLYN (GOLDWATER) COHEN 



FROM PAGE 441 



HARVEY 



BONNIE 
COHEN 



CAPL1N 



1 



JEFFREY 



JULIE 
COHEN 



CAMPEL 



ALFRED 



CAROL 



B.2/4/1939 B.I 1/30/1944 



B.6/4/1940 



COHEN 



B.3/1 1/1943 



B.10/28/1955 
Phoenix.AZ 



PATRICK 



McGOVERN 




B.9/25/19.. 



TERRI 
CAMPEL 



B. 



B.l 1/22/1967 B.7/8/1970 




B.9/27/1989 
Philadelphia,PA 

Occ.Student 



EMILY 



McGOVERN 



B.l 2/22/2002 
Scottsdale,AZ 



452 



THE FRIESEM FAMIL Y FROM FRIESHEIM AND BURGRROHI 
DESCENDANTS OF ANDREAS AND GUDULA (RITTER) FRIESEM 
CHILDREN OF WILHELM AND JULIANA (FRIESEM) COHEN 



From 

Page_ 

451 



CHILDREN OF WILHELM AND ELIZABETH (FRIESEM^ COHEN 



JUDA 
(Jules) 



Y1NTURA 



B.9/2/1914 
Amsterdam 
D.Holocaust 
3/21/1944 




FRIEDA 
COHEN 



JAKOB -SARAH 



B.1 1/20/1914 
Burgbrohl 

D. Holocaust 
3/21/1944 



B. 

D.Holocaust 
10/8/1944 



B.8/22/1918 
Burgbrohl 

D.Holocaust 
10/8/1944 



B.9/20/1918 

Vienna 
0.7/ /1 994 
Washington,DC 



1 




1 


BORIS 

VINTURA 




JOHN 
VINTURA 



B. B. 

D.Holocaust D.Holocaust 



B.1/31/1920 
Beseke i/W 

D.1 0/20/1 997 
Wheaton,MD 



WILLIAM 



SALUS 



- ELIZABETH 

(Lisa) 
SALUS 
ROSENBAUM 



B.7/16/1952 B. 
Washington,DC 



B. 



B.8/27/1956 
Washington, DC 



453 



THE FRIESEM FAMILY FROM FRIESHFIM A ND BURGBROHI 

DESCENDANTS OF ANDRE AS AND CUPULA (RITTER) FRIESEM 

CHILDREN OF WILHELM AND ELIZABETH (FRIESEM) COHEN 



From 
Paae 










FROM PAGE 441 






453 




















JULIANE 
COHEN 




LEO ALBERT 
COHEN 




EDITH 
COHEN 




B.3/9/ 

Geme 

D.Holoc 


1923 
ni/W 
;aust 




B.I 0/6/1 924 
Gemen i/W 
D. Holocaust 




B.l 0/1 9/1 927 

Gemen i/W 
D.Holocaust 



454 



THE FRIESEM FAMILY FROM FR1ESHEIM AND BURGBROHL 

DESCENDANTS OF ANDREAS AND CUPULA (RITTER) FRIESEM 

CHILDREN OF KARL AND JEANETTE (VOS) FRIESEM 



FROM PAGE 441 




B.2/22/1916 

Koblenz 
D.Holocaust 
Izbica 



HANS 



MINNA 
(Miriam) 
FRIESEM 



KAUFMANN 



LISELOTTE 



FRIESEM 



B. 



Hamburg 



Checlera 
Kibbutz Haamapil 



B.8/ /I 91 9 
Bad Neuenahr 

D.3/30/1942 
Kibbutz Chatsor, 
Israel 



B.3/22/1930 
Koblenz 

D.Holocaust 
Izbica 



DAN 



flflfrte Chtfwr) 



KAUFMANN 



B. 



Chedera 



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THE FRIESEM FAMILY FROM FRIESHEIM AND BURGBRQHL 

DESCENDANTS OF ANDREA S AND GUDULA (RITTER1 FRIESEM 

CHILDREN OF WILHELM AND RECHA (FALKENTHIN) FRIESEM 



FROM PAGE 441 



I 


















HERBERT - URSULA 




EDGAR - MIRIAM 




"UHa" 




ARIEH* RYMER 




MELLIS 








FRIESEM> 




FRIESEM> 




FRASER* 




EYTAN* 




B.1/8/1916 


B.5/27/1922 




B.7/3/1921 


3.6/1/1926 




Aachen 


Berlin Burgbrohl 


Klimontow.Poland 


D.4/1 2/2001 


D.2/17/1999 




Lake Worth.FL 


Lake Worth.FL 




«>5/27/1947 






Occ.Floor 


Occ. Direct or of 


^Miriam was the only one 


Coverings 


Kibbutz Gesher, 


in her family to survive 




Bet Shean f lsrael 


the Holocaust.] 


1 








ROGER 


[* = Name changed.] 




FRASER 






B.6/14/1951 






New York 




Occ.Radio 




Broadcaster, 




Palm Beach, FL 

1 1 — ' 




AMIKAM 




i 
CHANNA 




< 
RAN - FIONA MARY 




MAOZ - MEIRA 


MORDECHAI 








ALLEN 




CERF EYTAN 


EYTAN 




EYTAN 




EYTAN 




EYTAN-CERF 


B.5/21/1948 




B.10/9/1950 




B.2/24/1958 


B.5/24/196^ 


L 


B.8/18/1973 


B.2/21/1966 


Haifa AfuJa, Israel Tiberias,lsrael 


Guilford,England Moshav Ben 


Tiberias, Israel 


D.6/16/1948 D.4/4/1978 


Shemen, Israel 




Haifa Tiberias, Israel 






»7/30/1989 


<»8/17/1995 




Portland.CT 


Kibbutz Gesher, 
Israel 






Occ.Youth 


Occ.Criminol- 


















Instructor 


ogist 





To Page 457 



To Page 457 



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THE FRIESEM FAMILY FROM FR1ESHEIM AND BURGBROHL 

DESCENDANTS OF ANDREAS AND CUPULA (RITTER) FRIESEM 

CHILDREN QF RAN AND FIONA (ALLEN) EYTAN 



FROM PAGE 456 




B.3/24/1991 B.1/14/1994 

Middletown,CT Tiberias.lsrael 



B.3/13/1998 
Tiberias, Israel 



B.6/8/2003 
Safed, Israel 



Occ.Student 



Occ.Student 



Occ.Student 



CHILDREN OF MAOZ CERF AND MEIRA EYTAN 



FROM PAGE 456 



OMER 

(Omer ben Moaz) 

EYTAN-CERF 



B.5/9/1996 
Tiberias.lsrael 



GAL 
(Gal bat Moaz) 
EYTAN-CERF 



ZIV 
(Ziv bat Moaz) 
EYTAN-CERF 



B.I 2/26/1 999 
Tiberias.lsrael 



B.I 0/1 8/2003 
Tiberias, Israel 



Occ.Student 



Occ.Student 



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THE FRIESEM FAMILY FROM FRIESHEIM AND BUR6BRQHL 
CHILDREN OF CLAUDE AND SORLE (SARA MEYER) FR1ESEM 



FROM PAGE 426 



GIDEL 
(JULION) 
FRIESEM 



B. 10/3 1/1 802 
Niederzissen 



GELGEN 
(ERNESTINE) 
FRIESEM 



B.5/24/1807 
Niederzissen 



SARA 

(JEANETTE) 

FRIESEM 



B.9/1 1/1808 
Niederzissen 



ANCESTORS QF SIMON HO RN (formerl y A b r ghgm Angchel) 
ftetatetf to the Friesem Family from Friesheim and durgbrohl 



(Friesheim) 



ABRAHAM 



B. 

D. 

Occ.Poor handyman who did odd jobs 

[Abraham may have been related to 

Andreas (Friesem) of Friesheim, who 

a ppea rs on Page 426,1 



ABRAHAM 
(Anschel) 



SARA 

ECKSTEIN 



MQ Y5 5 S 



B.1751 

Kirchheim 
D.4/24/1808 

Kirchheim 
Occ.Retailer 



B.1752 

Friesheim 
D.12/13/1833 

Kirchheim 



To Page 459 



[They lived in Friesheim until 1 794. 
Then they moved to Kirchheim and 
lived in the tiny house — #1 06 — 
in the little alley.] 



ABRAHAM 
I 



CLARA 
HEYMANN 



(formerly known 
as Samuel Abraham) 

E CKS T E IN 



B.1755 

Friesheim 
D.I 833 

Friesheim 



sM 



B. 



D. 



HERMANN - SARA 
(Moshe ben (Sara bas 
Shmuel) Naftali) 
ECKSTEIN . 



B.1799 


B.1812 


Friesheim 


Langewehe/Duren 


D.1871 


D.After 1882 


Langewehe 


Langewehe 


«>1830 




Langewehe 





458 



THE FRIESEM FAMILY FROM FRIESHEIM AND BURGBROHL 
CHILDREN OF CLAUDE AND SCHEIN6EN (SANDERS FRIESEM 



From 
Page 
458 



SON OF ClAUPE ANP JQHANNA (MAYER) FRIESE M 



FROM PAGE 426 



SIMON - JULIA 
(formerly Abraham (Karoiine?) 
Anschel) FRIESEM 
HQBN 



B.I 793 

Schweinheim 
D. 1857 

Kuchenheim 



B.10/31/1802 
Niederzissen 

D.1842 
Kuchenheim 



TWO OTHER 
CHILDREN 
WHO DIED 
YOUNG IN 
NIEPERflSSEN 



(Also on Page 1289)\ 
(%\;hstra&e 1 iyi$Q'erziss4i ) 



From Page 

1289 To 

J rwife#31 P age 
482 



MARX 



ROSA 
WOLFF 



FRIESEM 



To Page 479 



B.5/24/1811 
Niederzissen 

D.1 1/16/1845 
Niederzissen 

(35 years old) 

Qcc.Wine p^ler 



B.c.1813-14 
Ochtendung 

D.6/1/1848 
Niederzissen 

(34 years old) 



(Linz) 


SCHIMEON - AISIK 
KAZ 
SIMON 


B. 
D. 


B. 

D. 



JAKOB - CAROLINA 

KATZ 
UMS 



B.I 800 



D. 



3.C.181 1-13 



Ottweiler 



ISAAC HEYMANN - VfELCHEN 

(bas Schimeorij 
SIMON 
CAHEN 



3. 



B. 



D. 



HELENA 
FRIESEM 



-K - 



B.10/21/1883 
Niederzissen 
D. 



JACOB 



B. 



D.c. 1874-76 



SOPHIA 
HAAS 



FRIESEM 



B.I 795 

Linz 
D.1841 

1 KQIn/Mu lheim 



See Page 460 for additional 
information about Sophie 
Haas and her siblings and 
ancestors, 



B.1/14/1835 
Niederzissen 

D.6/27/1932 
Dayton,OH 

«,12/14/1876 

Ottweiler 

Occ. Scrap Paper 

To U.S. in 5/1880 



B.2/18/1851 
Ottweiler 

D.5/14/1931 
Dayton,OH 



BERNARD - 



HENRIETTE 
FRIESEM 



HEYMANN 



B. 



D. 



B.6/26/1837 
Niederzissen 
D. 



»1864 



Occ.Butcherin Occ, Servant in 
Koln-Mulheim Koln (Glocken- 
Gasse 3) 
[No additional information] 



/ To Page 461 
To Page 475 



459 



THE FR1ESEM FAMILY FROM FR1ESHE1M AND BURGBROHL 

DESCENDANTS OF CLAUDE AND SORLE (SARA MEYERS FRIESEM 

ANCESTORS AND SIBLINGS OF SOPHIA HAAS FR1ESFM 

FROM PAGE 459 

Sophia Haas Friesem was the daughter of Jakob Haas (born in 1800, died in Ottweiler) 
and Carolina Katz (born in 1811-13). She lived with her son-in-law and daughter, Jacob and 
Sophia Haas Friesem, in Dayton, Ohio in 1880. 

The Haas family was related to the Haas family of the Levi Strauss clothing 
manufacturers. 

Sophia Haas* sister, Amalia Haas, was born in Ottweiler and she was married to Joseph 
Moses. 

Her other sister, Henriette Haas (born in Ottweiler, died in the United States) was 
married to David Eppstein from Schweggenheim. 

Sophia's brother, Joseph Haas, who was unmarried in 1870, was born in Ottweiler on 
October 4, 1849, He also lived at 16 Dock Street in Dayton, Ohio in 1880 with two sons — 
Otto, born c. 1870, and Henry, born c. 1875 — and two daughters — Emma, born c. 1877, and 
Matilda, born c. 1879). 

Her other brother, Isaak Haas, born on April 16, 1843 in Ottweiler, was married to 
Johanetta Blu then thai from Enkenbach. Emma Haas Perry (born in 1876 and died in Dayton, 
Ohio in 19 15) may have been their daughter. 



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THE FRIESEM FAMILY FROM FRIESHEIM AND BURGBROHI 

DESCENDANTS OF CLAUDE AND SORLE f SARA MEYERS FRIESEM 

CHILDREN OF JACOB AND ( ^ FRIESFM 



FROM PAGE 459 



JACOB S. 



SOPHIA 
FRIESEM 



SKIRBOLL 



B.1865 
Kovna, Lithuania 

D.1955 
Pittsburgh,PA 

-7/2/1891 
Dayton, OH 

Occ. Pittsburgh 
Health Dept., 
Saloon Keeper 

[Jacob Skirboll's 
parents were 
Samuel and 
Goldie Skirboli. 
Samuel Skirboli 
and Kate Skirble 
Barney were 
first cousins, 
and Isadore and 
Delia (Barney) 
Skirboli were 
second cousins. 
Samuel Skirbolt 
and Kate Skible's 
father were 
brothers.] 



BERTHA 



FRIESEM 



B.9/ /1 874 

Prussia 
D. 

Pittsburgh,PA? 



B.c. 1868 

Prussia 
D.l 2/24/1 887 

Dayton,OH 
[Buried in House 
of Jacob Cemetery 
on Old Troy Pike] 



ISAAC - ROSA 
FRIESEM 

SAJovnrz 


B. 

Poland 
D. 


B.c.1870 
Prussia 
D.Before 1 900 



To Page 474 



HARRY - KATE 

SKIRBLE 
BARNEY 



B. 
D. 



B. 
D, 



GOLDIE 



SKIRBQLL 



ALBERT 



HE|N> 



B.4/1 1/1892 

Dayton,0H 
D.9/30/1967 B.l 1/21/1894 

Pittsburgh, PA OH 

Occ.Salerswoman D. 

»8/ /1915 

Occ.Laborer in 
an iron mill 



REGINA 

(Rae) 

(Ruchi) 

SKIRBOLL 

HINEg* 



ISADORE 



DELLA 

"Bell" 

BARNEY 



SKIRBOLL 



B.1/22/1895 
Dayton,0H 

D.5/22/1988 
Pittsburgh, PA 



B.l 2/ /1898 
PA 
D.l 2/2/1 930 
Los Angeles.CA 
Occ.Salesman 
[Buried in Mt. 
Zion Cemetery, 
Los Angeles] 



To 
.Page 
462 



B.8/12/1899 

D.12/ /1983 
Pittsburgh, PA 



To Page 469 



To Page 471 



461 



THE FRIESEM FAMILY FROM FRIESHEI M ANP PURGBRQ HL 

DESCENDANTS OF CLAUDE AND SQRLE (SARA MEYER1 FRIESEM 

CHILDREN OF JACOB AND SOPHIA (FRIESEM^ SKIRBOLL 



FROM PAGE 461 



From 

Page_ 

461 



MAURICE 



RUTH 



SKHgPU 



B.4/10/1911 
Pittsburgh,PA 

D.2/ /1980 
Seattle,WA 

Occ.Salesman 



JULIUS 
"Dewey" 

SKIRBPU 



B. 



B.I 903 
Pittsburgh, PA 



Occ.Film 
Distribution 



To 

-Page 

466 



WILLIAM - CHARLOTTE 
VINEGAR 
or VEINEGAR 

SKIRBOLL 



B.7/1 1/1904 
Pittsburgh,PA 

D.1/7/1968 
Pittsburgh,PA 

ooc.1935 
Pittsburgh,PA 

Occ. Electrician, 
Electrical 
Inspector for 
City of Pittsburgh 



(Watmnqtjqn t QQ) 



JACK 



SKiRBOLL 



B. 



B.7/25/1913 
Pittsburgh,PA 

D.8/29/1987 
Norristown,PA 



Occ.Office 
Manager 



GEORGE 
BUTLER 



SHIRLEY 
SKIRBOLL 



B. 



VA 



D. 



Qcc,U.$.Ma.rines 



AARON 
KRSCH 



To 

— i -Page 

(NorristQwn,PA}\ 465„ 



B.5/15/1935 

D.5/1 1/1991 
Philadelphia, PA 



B.5/11/1936 
Pittsburgh,PA 

D.2/26/1992 
Camden,NJ 



DARRYL - JUDITH 


"Judy" 


SKIRBOLL 


APPLE 


B. 


B. 


00 




Occ. 


Occ. 



-JANINE 
KRESCH 



SCHANT2 



PATRICIA 
KRESCH 



B. 



Occ. 



Occ. 
To Page 463 



FISHER 



B. 



B. 



Occ. 



Occ. 
To Page 463 



B. 




~2002 
To Page 463 



462 



THE FRIESEM FAMILY FROM FRIESHEIM AND BURGBRQHL 

DESCENDANTS OF CLAUDE AND SORLE (SARA MEYERS FRIESEM 

DAUGHTER OF AND JANINE (KRESChO SCHANTZ 



FROM PAGE 462 



MELANIE 



SCrtWZ 



B. 



CHILDREN OF AND PATRICIA ( KRESCm FISHER 

FROM PAGE 462 




CHILDREN OF AND DEBRA fKRESCm 

FROM PAGE 462 





463 



THE FRIESEM FAMILY FROM FRIESHEIM AND BURGRROHI 

DESCENDANTS OF CLAUDE AND SORLE f SARA MEYERS FRIESEM 

CHILDREN OF AARON AND SHIRLEY f SKIRBOLL^ KRESCH 



FROM PAGE 462 



From 
Page 
















462 
















PHILIP - STEPHANIE 
KRESCH 




DAVID - SANDI 
KRESCH 
BREGLER> 
BLffiER 




EVAN - SUE 
KRESCH 



B. 



B. 



B. 



B. 



B. 



B. 



Occ. 



Occ. 



Occ. 



Occ. 



Occ. 



Occ. 



464 



THE FR1ESEM FAMILY FROM FRIESHEIM AND BURGBROHL 

DESCENDANTS OF CLAUDE AND SQRLE f SARA MEYERS FRIESEM 

CHILDREN OF WILLIAM AND CHARLOTTE (VINEGARS SKIRBOLL 



FROM PAGE 462 



From 

Page__ 

462 



(West Chester.PA) 



HENRY 

ROSENFELT 

B.3/18/1947 

Atlantic City,NJ 
D.2/8/1999 

Philadelphia,PA 
oo8/24/1969 

Occ. Certified Public 
Accountant 



PAMELA 
SKIRBOLL 



DANIEL 
HAAS 



B.6/14/1937 
Palestine 



oo7/14/2002 



B. 1/4/ 1949 
Pittsburgh,PA 



Occ.Processing Occ.Dental Hygienist 
Associate 



BRIAN 



CARRIE 



ROSENFELT 



B.5/3/1972 
Philadelphia,PA 



-11/21/1998 

Philadelphia, PA 

Occ.Certified Public 

Accountant 



DANIEL 



JENNIFER 
DUGAN 



RQggNFELT 



1 



JULIE 
ROSENFELT 



B.5/31/1974 
Cleveland,OH 



Fundraising 



B.5/1 6/1975 


B.l/7/1975 


Philadeiphia.PA 


Erie, PA 


*8/1 8/2002 




Occ.Movie 


Occ.Non-Profit 


Business 


Administrator 



B.12/19/1980 
Philadelphia, PA 



Occ. Social 
Work Student 



JACK HENRY 



R QSENFELT 



ZOE CHARLOTTE 



ROSENFELT 



B.5/21/2001 



B.6/1 2/2003 



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DESCENDANTS OF CLAUDE AND SQRLE fSARA MEYERS FRIESEM 

CHILDREN OF JACOB AND SOPHIA (FRIESEM1 SKIRBQLI 



FROM PAGE 459 



From 

Page_ 

461 



EARL 
SKIRBOLL 
B.1911 
Pittsburgh.PA 

Occ.Salesman 



JENNY 
OBERFIELD 



JAMES 
SRSN 



B.4/10/1911 
Pittsburgh.PA 

D.2/ n 980 
Seattie.WA 

Occ.Salesman 



SAMUEL WILLIAM - ELIZABETH 

"Betti" 
RUNZO 

B. 

D.1978 
«1963 
(Divorced) 



PAULA 
PROVOST 



SKIRBQLL 



B.c.1939 B. 

Blairsvilie,PA 

D.1996 

«1982 

Occ. 



benjamin - 
horovitz 

B.2/25/1905 

D.I/ /1974 

Pittsburgh,PA 
«1952 



R0SELLA 
SKIRBOLL 



ISADORE 
UNDER 



B.6/29/1912 

D.2/29/1996 

Pittsburgh, PA 
ooc.1982 



B.8/12/1913 
Pittsburgh,PA 



Occ.Scrap Dealer Occ.Typist for City 

of Pittsburgh 



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466 



THE FRIESEM FAMILY FROM FRIESHEIM AND BURGBROHL 

DESCENDANTS OF CLAUDE AND SQRLE fSARA MEYERS FRIFSFM 

CHILDREN OF SAMUEL AND ELIZABET H (RUNZO) SKIRBOLL 



FROM PAGE 466 



MELISSA A. 



SKIRBOLL 



(M?rietta t P4) 



GREGORY 
EARL 



B.9/24/1964 

Pittsburgh.PA B.2/1 1/1966 
Youngstown,OH 



- CAROLYN 
ANN 
DWYER 
SKIRBQU 



Occ.Actor, 
Hypno- 
therapist 



*8/ /1 998 

York, PA 
Occ. Entrepre- 
neur 



JONATHAN - 


MARCIA 


ADAM 


RENEE 




SMfTH 


5KIRP0LL 





B.3/22/1966 B.4/12/1969 B.9/6/1971 
LaCrosse,WI Latrobe,PA E.Orange,NJ 



AARON - JAMIE 
JACOB MEIGHAN 

SKIRBOLL 



B.10/22/1973 
Latrobe,PA 



B.9/12/1973 



Occ. Dental 
Hygienist 



«7/4/2002 
Ocho Rios, 
Jamaica 

Occ.Chef 



Occ. Pastry 
Chef 



»7/3/2004 
Half Moon Bay, 

CA 
Occ.Author 



SYDNEY SUE 



SKIRBQll 



LUCIA MARIE 



SKjRfl Q Lt 



Occ.Nurse 



B. 1/4/2000 
York, PA 



JAMES 
HENRY 

SKIRB QLL 



B. 11/4/2003 
York.PA 



B.I 2/5/2003 
Redwood City,CA 



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THE FRIESEM FAMILY FROM FRIESHEIM AND BURGBROHL 

DESCENDANTS OF CLAUDE AND SORLE ( SARA MEYERS FRIESEM 

DAUGHTER OF SAMUEL AND PAULA f PROVOST^ SfCIRBQLL 



FROM PAGE 466 



SARA 
SKIRBOLL 



B.7/10/1982 
McKeesport,PA 



Occ.College Student 



468 



THE FRIESEM FAMILY FROM FRIESHEIM AND BURGRROHI 

DESCENDANTS OF CLAUDE AND SORLE fSARA MEYERS FRIESEM 

DAUGHTER OF ALBERT AND REGINA (SKIRBOLL) HE!N>HINES 



FROM PAGE 461 



1 


GEORGE - VI 


HINES 


B.c.1 91 5 


B. 


00 




Occ. 


Occ. 



(adopted) 



Occ. 



Occ. 



NORMAN HOWARD - RUTH SOPHIE 

HEIN>HINES 

AITENHQF 



B.2/29/1916 
Tarentum,PA 

D.3/ /1985 
Pittsburgh.PA 

oo5/9/1942 
Ptttsburgh,PA 




B.I 1/10/1919 

Pittsburgh, PA 



JOHN HENRY Jr. - ARLENE RUTH 


ALTENHOF 


SHANKS 


B. 


B. 


00 




Occ. 


Occ. 



To Page 470 



469 



THE FR1ESEM FAMILY FROM FRIESHEIM AND BURGBRQHL 

DESCENDANTS OF CLAUDE AND SQRLE (SARA MEYERS FRIESFM 

DAUGHTER OF JOHN AND ARLENE ( ALTENHOF^ SHANKS 



FROM PAGE 469 



MICHAEL HOWARD - JENNIFER JO 

SHANKS 

SPQTPSWQQD 



B. 



Occ. 



B. 



Occ. 




JESSICA RAE 
SHANKS 



B. 



Occ. 



Occ. 



470 



THE FR1ESEM FAMILY FROM FR1ESHEIM AND BURGBROHL 

DESCENDANTS OF CLAUDE AND SORLE (SARA MEYERS FRIESEM 

CHILDREN OF 1SADORE AND DELLA (BARNEYS SKIRBQLL 



JAMES M. 



B. 



Occ. 



Occ. 



GILDA 
SKIRBOLL 



MUR 



B. 



'HY 



Occ. 




FROM PAGE 461 




B.9/3/1926 
Los Angetes,CA 

Occ. 



JOHN 



MURPHY 



B. 



Occ 



To 

-Page 
"472 



HABER 



DANA 
MURPHY 



HURD 



B. 



.Occ. 



B. 



Occ. 




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THE FRIESEM FAMILY FROM FRIESHEIM AND BURGBROHL 

DESCENDANTS OF CLAUDE AND SQRLE (SARA MEYER) FRIESEM 

CHILDREN QF JAMES ANP GUPA (SKI R B OIU MURPH Y 



FROM PAGE 471 



From 

Page_ 

471 



ROBIN ELIZABETH 



MURPHY 



TRACY ANN 



MURPHY 



B.7/31/1956 
Los Angeles,CA 

D.7/31/1956 
Los Angeles,CA 



B.5/1/1957 

Los Angeles,CA 
D.5/3/1957 

Los Angeies,CA 



472 



THE FRIESEM FAMILY FROM FRIESHEIM AND BURGBROHI 

DESCENDANTS OF CLAUDE AND SORLE (SARA MEYERS FRIESEM 

CHILDREN OF DARRYL AND JUDITH (SKIRBOLL^ APPLE 



FROM PAGE 462 







1 






WILLIAM - KAY 




MICHAEL 




SARAH 
APPLE 


APP 


LE 




APPLE 






B. 


B. 




B. 




B. 


CO 




Occ. 


Occ. 

r — 


- LAUREN 
APPLE 












APPLE 







B. 



B. 



B. 



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THE FRIESEM FAMILY FROM FR1ESHEIM AND BURGBROHl 

DESCENDANTS OF CLAUDE AND SQRLE fSARA MEYERS FR1ESEM 

CHILDREN OF ISAAC AND ROSA (FRIESEM^ SAJOVITZ 



FROM PAGE 461 



SAMUEL 



NELLIE 
SAJOVITZ 



ElSENgERQ 



B.1886 

Canada 
D. 

«3/26/1916 

Dayton,OH 
Occ.Printer 



B.I 889 

Cincinnati,OH 
D. 



I 



MAURICE 



RUTH 
FRIEDMAN 
B.I 0/2/1 897 
Dayton,OH 
D.Before 1950 

oo4/17/1916 
Paytgn.OH , 



ANN 
KAUFMAN 
SAJOVITZ 



J. 



B.7/28/1893 B.1 1/3/1 903 
Brookville f OH Brookiyn,NY 
D. D. 

«8/17/1950 [Ann Kaufman's 

first husband was 

Qc<:, Merchant Sarnugl Rowfa.l 



ISADORE 



SAJOvrrz 



B. 6/29/1 891 

D.5/30/1914 

Dayton,OH 
Occ.Grocer 



RABBI WILLIAM N. - RUTH 

DRESNER 

SAJOvrrz> 

SAJQWfTZ* 



B.1 1/15/1919 
Springfield,OH 

D.12/3/1997 
Boca Raton ,FL 

008/6/1944 

Occ. Rabbi in South 
Hills, PA, Miami.FL 
and Long lsland,NY 
[* = Spelling change] 



LOUIS 



SCHR 



B. 



B.5/3/1910 

OH 
D.11/12/1993 
Dayton.OH 




ISABEL 
SAJOVITZ 

SEE 



B.3/29/1918 
Dayton,OH 

D.4/14/1998 
Dayton.OH 



- DR. RONNA 

SAJOvrrz 

(M.D.) 
(Divorced) 



IRVING 



ILENE 
SCHRIBER 



HELLMAN 



B. 


B. 


B.5/18/1936? 




D. 


D.3/ /1 987? 


Occ. Psychiatrist 






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THE FRIESEM FAMILY FROM FRIESHEIM AND BURGBRQHL 

DESCENDANTS OF CLAUDE AND SORLE f SARA MEYERS FRIESEM 

CHILDREN OF JACOB AND SOPHIE (HAAS^ FRIESEM 



FROM PAGE 459 




B.I 876 

Baumhotder 
D.Before 1900 

Dayton,OH 



JULIUS 



HEDWIG 
"Hattie" 
FRIESEM 



BERDAS 




B.8/31/1870 B.9/17/1878 

Berlin Baumholder 

D.12/14/1963 B.5/26/1962 

Dayton,OH Dayton,OH 

»10/7/1896 
Dayton,0H 

Occ.Picture Frame |To U.S. 1880 
Salesman 



MAX 



KATHRYN 
"Kate" 
BERDAS 



KAHN 



B. 


B.7/28/1897 




Dayton,0H 


D. 


D.4/19/1989 



B.1879 

Baumholder 
D.Before 1 900 

Dayton,OH 



CARL A. 



- AMELIA 
FRIESEM 



STERN 



B.7/28/1881 

Essen 
D.I 0/28/62 

Dayton,0H 



B.4/20/1884 
Dayton,OH 

D.2/16/1952 
Dayton,OH 



(QNcaqo) 



JACK 

KING 

(born ZOLTAN 

KAISER) 

B.1898 

Budapest,Hungary 
D. 1/1 0/1 965 

Chicago.IL 
«1 2/25/1 938 

ChicagoJL 
Occ. Owner of 
Menswear store 



SARA 
STERN 



STANLEY 
WIPING 



(Q$lray geacnTul 



EMIL - DOROTHY LEAH 
STERN 

FRANKOWITZ 



B.11/29/1914 
Bagdana, Hungary 



«6/22/1947 

Dayton, OH 
Occ.Dry 
Cleaner 



B. 

Chicago,IL 
D.3/ /1 966 

Sarasota ,FL 
»10/ /1965 



B.9/26/1910 
Dayton.OH 



B.l 1/28/1917 
Dayton,OH 



To Page 476 



Occ.Menswear 
Representative 



475 



THE FRIESEM FAMILY FROM FR1ESHEIM AND BURGBRQHL 

DESCENDANTS OF CLAUDE AND SQRLE (SARA MEYERS FRIESEM 

CHILDREN OF EMIL AND DOROTHY (S TERNA FRANKOWIT7 

FROM PAGE 475 



(Bloomington.lN) 



DAVID - VICKI 

FRANKOWrrZ 
(Divorced) 
BURATTI 



B.I 2/9/1 936 
Austin,TX 

Occ.Teacher 



(Engl$woQd£QK 



MICHAEL - SALLY 

FRANKOWrrZ 



_HAL 



B.3/16/1948 
Dayton,OH 



OccSocial 
Worker 



B.1/3/1950 
Kansas City.MO 



OccTennis 
Pro 



B.5/16/1949 
Dayton T OH 



(Jerusalem) 



ALAN 



GILA 
NIREN 



FRANKQWITZ 



B.12/19/1952 
Dayton.OH 



Occ.Scribe - 
Prints Torahs 




B.10/14/1956 
Glascow,Scotland 



B.8/21/1978 
Bloomington,IN 



Iran 



B.8/1 8/1984 
Bloomington.lN 



B.1 1/10/1988 
Englewood,CO 



To 
.Page 
477 



ARYEHLEIB - RACHEL 



FRANKQWITZ 



B.6/29/1981 
Jerusalem 



B. 



476 



THE FR1ESEM FAMILY FROM FRIESHE1M AND BURGBRQHL 

DESCENDANTS OF CLAUDE AND SORLE (SARA MEYERS FRIESEM 

CHILDREN OF ALAN AND GILA fNlREN) FRANKOWITZ 

FROM PAGE 476 



From 
476 



YOHONrTAN - ALEZA 

FRANKOWITZ 

HULiN 



8. 



Jerusalem 



TSOPHIA 



FRAN KOWITZ 



AD 



To 

.Page 
478 



NA 



FRANKOWITZ 



JOSEPH 



FRANKQWIT? 



B.2/9/1983 
Jerusalem 



B. 1/20/ 1985 
Jerusalem 



B.1 1/2/1986 
Jerusalem 



B.2/3/1989 
Jerusalem 



NATHANIEL 



HUL1N 



B. 



477 



THE FRIESEM FAMILY FROM FRIESHEIM AND BURGBROHL 

DESCENDANTS OF CLAUDE AND SQRLE (SARA MEYER) FRIESEM 

CHILDREN OF ALAN AND GILA fNlREN) FRANKOWITZ 

FROM PAGE 476 



From 

Pag©- 
476 



YITZAK 



FRANKOWITZ 



MEIR 

SHIMON 
FRANKOWITZ 



SHLOMO 

ZALMAN 

FRANKOWITZ 



PER 



ETZ 



YEHUDAH 
FRA NKOWITZ 



B.10/28/1990 B.5/17/1992 B.2/26/1995 
Jerusalem Jerusalem Jerusalem 



ESTER 

MALCA 

FRANKOWITZ 



B.7/14/1998 
Jerusalem 



B.1/3/2000 
Jerusalem 



MENUCHA 



FRANKOWITZ J 



B.8/1 9/2003 
Jerusalem 



478 



THE FRIESEM FAMILY FROM FRIESHE1M AND BURGBROHL 

DESCENDANTS OF CLAUDE AND SORLE (SARA MEYERS FRIESEM 

CHILDREN OF SIMON AND JULIA (FRIESEM) HORN 



FROM PAGE 459 



(Also on Page 1046) 

(Zutmsh) 



HERMANN - ROSA 
KREfTZ 

KAHN 



B. 
D. 



B. 
D. 



Jo Page 1046 



LEVY MEYER - JOHANNA 
WEIS 

WOLF 



B. 

D. Before 1840 
Neuiges/ 
Dusseldorf 

Occ. Musician 



B. 



D. 



n 



Combach 
near Beuel 
To 
_Page 
481 



LEONHARD - 
KAUFMANN 
B. 

D.1853 
Beuel 



SARA 
KAHN 



ANDREAS - 
(Asher ben 
A vraham Horn) 
HORN 



B.1828 

Kirchheim 
D.1917 
Beuel 
Occ.Butcher 
in Beuel 
[Buried in 
Schwarz- 
Rheindorf] 



B.1818 
Zulpich 

D.1901 
Beuel 



ABRAHAM ALBERT - 



HORN 



CAROLINE 
WOLFF 



MICHAEL - WILHELMINE 
[MORITZ] WOLF 

HORN 



B.1832 

Kirchheim 
D. 

«1 859 
Villich 
Occ.Butcher in 
Oberdollendorf 
near Konigs- 
winter 



B.1835 

Laufersweiler 
D. 



To Page 480 



JULIE 



HORN 



B.I 861 


B.1861 


Beuel 


Mechernich 


D.1898 


D.1901 


Bonn 


Bonn 


«1890 




Mechernich 




Occ. Merchant in 




Bonn 





B.1857 
Beuel 

D.1891 
Beuel 



479 



THE FR1ESEM FAMILY FROM FRIESHEIM AND BURGBROHL 

DESCENDANTS OF CLAUDE AND SQRLE f SARA MEYERS FRIESFM 

CHILDREN OF MICHAEL AND WILHEL MINE (WOLF) HORN 



FROM PAGE 479 




B. 
D. 




B.5/5/1864 
Obercassel 

D.1937 
Obercassel 



B.8/1/1856 

Alfter near Bonn 
D.11/23/1928 

Obercassel 



B.9/22/1861 
Obercassel 
D. Holocaust 

(Lived as a widow in 
Euskirchen) 



WALTER 



STERN 



B.T/18/1896 

Troisdorf/Rhine 
D. 

[Migrated to the 
USA in 1940] 



480 



THE FRIESEM FAMILY FROM FRIESHEIM AND BURGBROHL 

DESCENDANTS OF CLAUDE AND SQRLE (SARA MEYERS FRIFSFM 

CHILDREN OF SIMON AND JULIA (FRIESEN/H HORN 



FROM PAGE 459 



- BERTHA 



BIQ CH 



B. 

D. 



From 

Page_ 

479 



B. 

D.1864 
Frauenberg near 
Euskirchen 



ALEXANDER - ADELHEID 
(bas Leib Herz) 

HERZ 
B. 

Beuel 
D.Before 1 868 



- CAROLINA 

BLOCH 
HQRN 



B. 

Kirchheim 
D.1871 

Beuel 
»1868 


B.1831 
Bonn 
D. 


Occ.Butcher in 
Beuel 





(Newteti), 



HESSEL - MALCHEN 
ABRAHAM 
MAIER 



B. 
D. 



SAMUEL 



SIBLLA 
HORN 



MAIE R 



B. 



Neuwied 
D. 

oo1866 
Koln 



B. 
D. 

D. 



Kirchheim 



481 



THE FRIESEM FAMILY FROM FRIESHEIM AND BURGBROHL 
CHILDREN OF CLAUDE AND SORLE (SARA MEYER) FRIESEM 



FROM PAGE 459 
[Children with Wives #1 and #2] 



(Sinzia-1820) 



JACOB - VOGEL 
MOSES 
HIRSCH 



B. 
D. 



(Qemynj) 



ISAAK - EVA 
CAHN 
WQLEE 



B. 



D. 



From 
Page 
459 



B. 



D. 



LEO - CAROLINE 
HEYMANN 
MEYER 
HIRSCH 



B. 

D.Before 1874 



B. 



D. 



FRE1DEL - SIBILLA 
I SALOMON HIRSCH 
B.1795 B.1798 

Zons/Rhine Sinzig 
D. D. 



co!820 
Zons 



ALEXANDER 
(Arieh) 



SARA 
WOLFF 
B.c.1 804-05 

Gemund 
D.c.1 845 

Niederzissen 
°°3/1/1844 



- JOHANETTE 
"Johanna" 
"Helene" 
HIRSCH 



FRIESEM 



ANDREAS 



R1ESEM 



FRIESEM 



To 

-Page 
509 



JENDEL 



FRIESEM 



B.l 1/20/1814 
Niederzissen 

D.l 1/22/1819 
Niederzissen 



Bom dead on 
1/4/1817 
in Niederzissen 



B.6/27/1818 
Niederzissen 

D.l 1/25/1819 
Niederzissen 



iQl 



B.10/6/1814 
Niederzissen 

D.2/20/1896 
Sinzig 

ocl/1/1846 
Niederzissen 

Occ.Cattle dealer 



B.1823 

Sinzig 
D. 



To Page 483 



The Hirsch family was very prominent in 
Sinzig. In 1863 Leo Hirsch Jr., a 
salesman, married Veronika Anschel — 

apparently not from ?oich — & s^ig. 



To Page 484 



HERMANN - 



PAULINE 
MARX 
B. 
D. 



-HENRIETTE 
BRUNELL 
HIRSCH 



B. 



B.4/18/1853 

Koln 
D.l 1/4/1913 

Linz 
[He was "very rich," [Buried in Linz] 



D. 



according to Rose 
Hirsch Weisner.j 



To Page 484 



482 



THE FRIESEM FAMILY FROM FRIESHEIM AND BURGBROHI 

DESCENDANTS OF CLAUDE AND SQRLE (SARA MEYFR) FRIESEM 

DAUGHTER OF ALEXANDER AND SARA (WOLFFS FRIESEM 



FROM PAGE 482 



(Koln) 



REGINA 
FRIESEM 



KUNGER. 



B. 
D. 




B. 



Niederzissen 



D. 



(daughter) 



KUNgER 



B. 
D. 




483 



THE FR1ESEM FAMILY FROM FRIESHF1 M AND BURGBROHL 

DESCENDANTS OF CLAUDE AND SQRLE (SARA MEYER) FRIESEM 

CHILDREN OF ALEXANDER AND JOHANETTE (HIRSCm FRIESEM 

FROM PAGE 482 



From 

Page 
482 
[Hermann 
Hirsch] 



_To Page 508 



ISAAC 



MAYER 



MOSES - ROSCHEN 
MAYER 
EREIBIIES 



B. 
D. 



JOHANNA 



FRIESEM 



B.11/ /1847 
Niederzissen 

D.2/19/1848 
Niederzissen 



I 



SAMUEL - CAROLINE 
FRIESEM 

HIR gC H 



B. 



D. 



Sinzig 

Eau Claire,WI 



B.8/17/1823 

Neuleiningen/Pfalz 
D.1 1/27/1891 
Sinzig 

To 

1 Page 

, 497 



J. 



MOSES - JOHANNA 
(Scheindel) 
FREIBURG 
FRIESEM 



B.1850 

Sinzig 
D.1925 

Eau Claire, Wl 



B.3/26/1851 
Sinzig 

D.l 1/1 1/1909 
Sinzig 

Occ. Owned a 

[They migrated to the U.S. in 1 908-09] large clothing 

store in Sinzig 



B.1 1/14/1851 

D.3/7/1929 

Koblenz 
[Buried in Sinzig] 



To Page 485 




D. 



Sinzig 



Sinzig 
(Age 16) 



B.5/2/1878 

Sinzig 
D.4/12/1893 

Sinzig 



B.3/4/1871 

D.11/ /1943 
Eau Claire.WI 



B.3/14/1881 

Sinzig 
D.12/18/1957 

Eau Claire, Wl 



MAURICE 




KBJIER 



B.1 883 


B.6/17/1890 


Krefeld 


Sinzig 


D.1 0/23/1 945 


0.7/ /1991 


Chicago f lL 


Chicago,IL 




[To U.S.A. in 




1906] 



B.7/15/1909 
Eau Claire.WI 

D.1 2/1 4/1 997 
Chippewa Falls.WI 



B.5/1/1916 

Eau Claire.WI 
D.1/1 2/2000 
Eau Claire.Wi 



484 



THE FRIESEM FAMILY FROM FRIESHEIM AND BURGBRQHL 

DESCENDANTS OF CLAUDE AND SQRLE fSARA MEYERS FRIESEM 

CHILDREN OF MOSES AND JOHANNA (FREIBURG^ FRIESEM 



FROM PAGE 484 





B.8/28/1879 

Sinzig 
D. 

Sinzig 

(child) 



B.2/3/1881 

Sinzig 
D.2/10/1881 

Sinzig 



B.1/5/1882 

Sinzig 
D. 

Sinzig 

(child) 



LEOPOLD 
"Leo" 

ER 



($in?ig) 



B.6/11/1883 

Sinzig 
D.6/9/1955 

New York 



(London>Laquna Hill$l QAL 



JENNY 
ROTHSCHILD 

ESEM 



B.12/22/1892 

St.Wendel/Saar 
D.6/30/1976 
Palisade.NY 



ROLF 



!LSE 
FRIESEM 



SPEYER-QFENBERG 



B.2/24/1910 
Nordhausen 

D.4/9/1963 
CapeTown.SA 

Occ. Merchant 



B.7/13/1915 

Sinzig 



(Lausanne.Switz>Flushina.NY) 



ERNST GUNTHER - 1LSE 
FRIESEM NOTHMANN 

B.8/25/1918 
Sinzig 

D.2/13/1966 
Flushina.NY 



FRANK 
YORK 



B.4/29/1920 
New York 

D.1 1/16/1999 
Queens, NY 

oo1973 
New York 



To Page 488 



B.8/4/1921 

Leipzig 
D.6/2 1/2000 

New York 



Occ. Owned a Photo 
Laboratory 



To 

Page 

489 



LESLIE 



• YVONNE 
BRAUER 
B.1/13/1941 

CapeTown,SA 
(Divorced^ 



\ 



SUZANNE 



SP^R-QF^NBURg 



B.7/7/1941 
CapeTown,SA 



B. 



Occ. Merchant 



HANS - HELEN 

SPEYER-OFENBURG 

RINDFLEISCH 



B.10/4/1935 
Munich 



Occ.Merchant 



To Page 486 



B.I 0/9/1 944 
CapeTown.SA 

D.8/12/1992 
Laguna Beach,CA 



To Page 487 



485 



THE FRIESEM FAMII Y FROM FRIFSHFI M AND BURHRRnm 

DESCENDANTS OF CLAUDE AND SORL F fS ARA MEYFR1 FRIFSFM 

CHILDREN OF LESLIE AND YVONNE fBRA UER) SPEYFR-OFFNRIIgrf 



FROM PAGE 485 



MARC 



SPEYER-OFENRtlRf; 



B.I 0/22/1 966 
CapeTown,SA 




B.8/24/1968 
CapeTown,SA 



486 



THE FR1ESFM FAMII Y FROM FRIFS HEIM AND RIIRftRPn H i 

n A^ S 5» n^ ANP SQRLE (SARA MFYFR) FPIFSF " 

PAUGHTER OF HANS AND HFI EN fSPFYFR-HF E NBURfil Rmnn F f <:r H 



FROM PAGE 485 




B.2/3/1975 
CapeTown,SA 



487 



THE FRIESEM FAMILY FROM FRIESHEI M AND BURGBRQHL 
DESCENDANTS OF CLAUDE AND SQRLE (SARA MEYERS FRIFSFM 
CHILDREN OF ERNST 6UNTHER AND 1LSE (NOTHMANN1 FRIFSFM 



FROM PAGE 485 



STANLEY -JANE ALICE 
(Sonya) 
FRIESEM 
(Divorced) 
ROCKSON 



B.5/19/1950 



co1970 
New York 



B.6/24/1952 
New York 



MICHAEL 
SILLS 
B.1952 
New York 



»1973 
New York 
(Divorced) 



KIM 
BUSH 



B.9/9/1940 
New York 



JUDY 
FRIESEM 



B.I 1/24/1954 
New York 



0*8/23/2000 
Seattte,WA 
Occ. 



Occ. Environmentalist, 
Parent-Teen Mediator 



488 



THE FR1ESEM FAMILY FROM FRIESHE1M AND BURGBRQHL 

DESCENDANTS OF CLAUDE AND SORLE (SARA MEYERS FR1FSFM 

CHILDREN OF MOSES AND JOHANNA (FREIBURG^ FRIESEM 



FROM PAGE 484 



From 
Page. 
485 




MAX 



HEDWIG 
FRIESEM 



PAEHft 



B.7/24/1880 B.12/1 1/1885* 



Rucheim 
D.2/9/1972 
Oakland,CA 



Sinzig 
D.2/24/1972 

Oakland.CA 
[* = Sinzig records 
indicate 1884 as her 
year of birth.] 



$Wiq>Q$kl^ t QA) 



To 

_Page 

495 



LUDWIG • 
BAEHR 
B. 

D.9/ /1 91 4 
World War T 



JENNY 
FRIESEM 



ERICH 
LIEBENTHAL 



B.I 0/22/1 882 B.4/4/1886 
Sinzig 

D.6/13/1945 D.6/15/1985 
Cincinnati,OH 



To Page 492 To Page 493 



(VeAseniaina.South Africa) 








WALTER - 
BA 


MAUDE 
EHR 




ERNEST 
JACOBS 

B. 
Hannover 

D. 
South Africa 
(Divorced) 


EDITH 
BAEHR 


B.9/25/1911 
Worms 


B. 






/ 


THEODORE 
"Teddy" 
FUERSTENBERG> 
FORBES* 



To Page 490 



B.6/30/1900 

Berlin 
D.11/8/1979 

Oakland.CA 
[* = Name changed] 



B.2/10/1915 
Worms 



To Page 491 
489 



THE FRIESEM FAMILY FROM FR1ESHE1 M AND BURGBRQHL 

DESCENDANTS OF CLAUDE AND SQRLE fSARA MEYER) FRIESEM 

DAUGHTER OF WALTER AND MAUDE ( ) BAEHR 



FROM PAGE 489 




B.8/4/1946 
Vereeniging,SA 




490 



THE FR1ESEM FAMILY FROM FR1ESHEIM AND BLIRGBROHi 

DESCENDANTS OF CLAUDE AND SORLE (SARA MEYERS FR1ESEM 

SON OF THEODORE AND EDITH (BAEHR^ FUERSTENBERG>FORBES 



FROM PAGE 489 



ALAN 



HILARY 
GRAHAM 



FORBES 



B.10/ /I 951 
Salisbury,Rhodesia 
[Harare,Zimbabwe] 



oo2/19/1981 
Oaktand,CA 



B.10/ /1952 
Salisbury, Rhodesia 
[Harare,Zimbabwe] 



JESSICA 
FORBES 



DANIEL PAUL 



FORBES 



B.7/ /1 981 
Oakland,CA 



B.5/ /1 985 
Oakiand,CA 



491 



THE FRIESEM FAMILY FROM FRIESHEIM AND BURGBROHI 

DESCENDANTS OF CLAUDE AND SORLE fSARA MEYER) FRIESEM 

SON QF UIDW1G ANP JENNY (FRIESEM) PAEHR 



FROM PAGE 489 



BRUCE 
HAMMER 



B.4/26/1948 




B.4/24/1912 

Sinzig 
D.6/1 5/2003 

Lake Worth,FL 



B.10/12/1923 



Berlin 



- LINDA 
BAEHR 
B.6/6/1948 

New York 
D.6/6/1990 

Muttontown,NY 
Occ.Marketing 

Research 

Consultant 
[Used Baehr as 
her legal name] 
[She died on her 
42nd birthdav.1 



SHULAMIT 
FALLIK 



\ 



B. 



Occ. Psychologist 




B.4/21/1952 

New York 
D. 11/20/1 972 



EVAN BENJAMIN 



HAMMER 



B.9/3/1983 
Floral Park.NY 



492 



THE FRIESEM FAMILY FROM FRIESHEIM AND BURGBROHL 

DESCENDANTS OF CLAUDE AND SORLE (SARA MEYER) FRIESEM 

SON OF ERICH AND JENNY (FRIESEM) L1EBENTHAL 



FROM PAGE 489 



(Cincinnati. OH) 



HENRY GUNTTHER - ANNE 

WILLIAMS 
B.5/1 1/1914 



)ivorcecO 
- JOANM. 
LUEDECKE 
LIEBENTHAL> 
THAI* 



B.4/29/1922 

D.I 2/30/2003 
Cincinnati, OH 
«4/3/1956 

Occ.Beautician 



B.5/1 1/1931 



[* =Name changed] 



To 



RONALD -BARBARA ANN 
THAL 

TEMPEL 



B.7/16/1946 

Cincinnati, OH 
D.7/15/1979 






494 


MICHAEL B. - KIM 

HARPER 

THAL 



B.3/1/1946 
Cincinnati, OH 



B.2/1/1954 
Cincinnati ,OH 



B.9/8/1957 
Cincinnati,OH 



CHRISTINA 
TEMPEL 



B.5/22/1958 



MICHAEL ERIC 



THAI 



B.7/14/1968 
Cincinnati,OH 



B.4/27/1981 
Cincinnati, OH 



493 



THE FRIESFM FAMII Y FROM FRIFSHFIM AND BURGBROHI 

DESC ENDANTS OF CLAUDE AND SORLE (SARA MEYERS FRIFSFM 

CHILDREN OF HENRY GUNTHER AND J OAN fLLJFDFPKF^ 

LIEBENTHAL>THAI 



FROM PAGE 493 



From 
Paae 


















493 




i Tiuinc _ 












r 

1 




1 




THERESA JENNY 
THAI- 




LISA MARLENE 
THAL 




LYNN MICHELLE 
THAL 



B.9/12/1961 
Cincinnati,OH 



B.3/18/1965 
Oncinnati,0H 



B.3/18/1965 
Cincinnati,OH 



494 



THE FRIESEM FAMILY FROM FRIESHE1M AND BURGBRQHL 

DESCENDANTS OF CLAUDE AND SQRLE (SARA MEYER) FRIESEM 

CHILDREN OF MOSES AND JOHANNA (FREIBURG) FRIESEM 



FROM PAGE 484 





B.8/7/1878 
Lingen.Ems 

D. 
Koblenz 

Occ.Salesman 



[They lived in 
and San 



B.4/24/1887 

Sinzig 
DA/ /1969 

San Francisco, CA 



Shanghai, China 
Francisco, CA.] 



B. 

Sinzig 
D.1915 

World War I 




B.1 1/18/1881 

Alzey 
D.7/31/1953 

San Francisco,CA 
»3/ /1912 



[They lived in Sinzig; 
and San Francisco, 



\(Rio de Janeiro. Brazil) 



B.3/7/1890* 

Sinzig 
D.5/21/1988 

Laguna Hills,CA 
[* = California 
Death Index lists 
her year of birth 
as 1891 and 
erroneously 
shows her 
maiden name as 
Freitag] 

Shanghai, China, 
CA.] 



HANS 



JdEMQEL 



MARTIN 



RUTH 
KUECHLER 



GQIPSTEIN 



B.1/13/1913 B. 
Koblenz 



B.7/6/1904 

Berlin 
D.2/22/1999 

Laguna Hills,CA 
Occ. Merchant 



B.8/11/1913 

Alzey 
D.7/13/1996 

Laguna Hiils,CA 




To Page 496 



495 



THE FRIESEM FAMILY FROM FRIESHEIM AND BURGBRQHL 

DESCENDANTS OF CLAUDE AND SQRLE (S ARA MEYERS FRIESFM 

CHILDREN OF JOEL AND INGRID (GOLDSTEINS 6ALLIN 



FROM PAGE 495 





































DEBORAH 
GALL1N 




LISA 
GALLIN 




STACY 

GALLIN 



B. 



B. 



B. 



496 



THE FRIESEM FAMILY FROM FR1ESHEIM AND BURGBROHL 

DESCENDANTS OF CLAUDE AND SQRLE f SARA MEYERS FRIESEM 

CHILDREN OF ALEXANDE R AND JQHANETTE (HIRSCH) FRIESEM 



FROM PAGE 482 



B.1 1/29/1859 

Sinzig 
D.7/2/1939 

Grand Rapids, Ml 
co8/16/1885 

Miiwaukee,WI 
Occ.Horse dealer 



B.I 863 

D.12/.8/1932 
Grand Rapids,MI 



DAN - BERTHA 
[DANIEL MAYER 
ALEXANDER] 
FRIESEM 



B.7/15/1886 
Marinette,WI 

D.8/3/1958 
ChicagoJL 



B.4/1/1886 

Alsace 
D.4/14/1966 

ChicagoJL 



JACOB 


IEVY 


ETTA 
GILBERT 



B. 



Latvia 



D. 



B.9/7/1888 

South BendJN 
D.11/ /1983 




JOHANETTE 



FRIESEM 



B.1/31/1867 

Sinzig 
D. 

[I have no other 
information about 
Johanette Friesem] 



-~i 



SIMON 


JOHANNA 




"Hat tie" 




FRIESEM 


KRATZENSTEIN 


B.2/21/1882 


B.2/8/1894 


PhiIadeiphia,PA 


Marinette, Wl 


D.2/1/1944 


D.6/26/1977 


Milwaukee, Wl 


Corpus Christ i,TX 


Occ.Owned a 




ready-to-wear 




women's clothing 




store in Grand 




Rapids, Ml 





To Page 504 



MELVIN - JEANETTE ADELHEID 
FRIESEM 

IQO 



B.10/25/1912 
South BendJN 

D.1 0/28/1 974 
South Bend,IN 

oo5/21/1938 
South BendJN 



GUSTAVE DANIEL - 
"Gus" 

FRIESEM 



DORIS 
BLOOM 



B.12/8/1912 
ChicagoJL 

D.1/24/1992 
South BendJN 



B.12/1 3/1916 
ChicagoJL 



B.5/7/1918 

ChicagoJL 
D.5/ 1997 

Highland ParkJL 



To Page 498 



To Page 502 



497 



THE FRIESEM FAMILY FROM FR1ESHEIM AND BURGBROHL 

DESCENDANTS OF CLAUDE AND SORLE (SARA MEYER) FR1ESEM 

CHILDREN OF MELVIN AND JEANETTE (FRIESEM) LEVY 



FROM PAGE 497 



\(Henderson.NV) 



LEE FRIESEM - RONI 

(Leib) SCHERDELMAN 

ion 



8.10/25/1912 
South BendJN 



oo6/18/1966 

South BendJN 
Occ. Closet 
Master Co. 



\(NQY9to.CA) 



ROBERT MARK- JOANNE 
FISHMAN 

l£XX 



B.I 2.20/1 943 B.1 0/24/1 945 
CassapotiSjMI South Bend,IN 



oo8/23/1970 
San Francisco,CA 
Occ.Real Estate 
Attorney 



B.8/31/1968 
Coldwater,MI 



(S<Nth ByutM 



EDWARD CHARLES - SUSAN 
SPICER 

LBtf 



B.3/1/1947 B.6/2/1948 

tndianapolisJN South BendJN 



Occ.Teacher's 
Aide 



To Page 499 




JILL ANN 
LEVY 



B.8/1/1970 
Ann Arbor, Ml 



"8/9/1975 

South BendJN 
Occ. President, 

Freeman-Spicer 

Services 



B.9/23/1946 
South BendJN 



Occ.Caterer 



To Page 500 



Occ.Computer 
Graphics 



498 



THE FRIESEM FAMILY FROM FRIESHEIM AND BURGBROHL 

DESCENDANTS OF CLAUDE AND SQRLE fSARA MEYERS FRIFSFM 

CHILDREN OF ROBERT AND JOANNE (FISHMAN) LEVY 



FROM PAGE 498 



($a$ramento t CA)[ 



MELANIE APRIL 
LEVY 



B.3/6/1976 
Novato,CA 




B.1/13/1978 
Novate, CA 



Occ.Asst. Manager 
Retail Music Store 



Occ.Student 



499 



THE FRIESEM FAMILY FROM FRIESHEIM AND B1JRGRROHI 

DESCENDANTS QF CLAUD E AND SQRLE (SARA MEYER) FRIESEM 

CHILDREN OF EDWARD AND SUSAN (SP1CER) LFVY 



FROM PAGE 498 




To 

.Page 
501 



RYAN 



RACHAEL 
LEVY 



B.1/Z1/1971 
Walnut Creek f CA 



McDANIEL 



B.1 1/6/1980 
South Bend.lN 



B.l 1/26/1977 
South BendJN 



Occ.Sales Rep Manager 
for Autobase,lnc., 
lndianapolis,IN 



«6/7/2003 

South Bend,IN 
Occ.lnstaiis 

computer, 

security, 

entertainment 

systems in homes 



500 



THE FRIESEM FAMHY FROM FRIESHPM AND BURSpRQHl 

DESCENDANTS OF CLAUDE AND SQRLE (SARA MEYER) FR1ESEM 

CHILD R EN OF E D WARD AN P SUSA N (S P ICE R) LEVY 



FROM PAGE 498 



From 
500 



-Twins- 



MELSSA 
LEVY 



ALISON 
LEVY 



B.I 2/2/1 980 
South 8end,IN 



B.12/2/1980 
South BendJN 



Occ.Marketing Dept., 
Indiana Blood Bank 
Program 



Occ.Latch Key 
Program, 
Denver.CO 



501 



THE FR1ESEM FAMILY FROM FRIESH EIM AND BURGBROHL 

DESCENDANTS OF CLAUDE AND SORLF f SARA MEYERS FRIFSFM 

CHILDREN OF GUSTAVE AND DORIS (BLOOM1 FRIFSFM 



FROM PAGE 497 



(Bmlderffl} 



STEPHEN 
SINCLAIR 



B. 



«1968 



B. 



ELLEN 
FRIESEM 



(Divorced) 
MICHAEL - 
TRUJILLO 



B.I 948 
ChicagoJL 



fScherervitle.IL) I 



JOEL - ANN 
FRIESEM 
(Divorced) 
A UG U ST 



B.5/8/1947 



B.1950 
Chicago,iL 



«8/ /1 980 



To Page 503 



JENNIFER ANN 
SINCU\IR> 
TRUJILLO* 



AMYCATHLEEN 

SINCLAIR> 
TRUJILLO* 



B.12/14/1968 



KEfTH ALLEN 



SINCLAIR> 
TRUJILIQ* 



B.7/2/1972 



B.7/26/1974 



[* = Adopted by Michael Trujillo and use the name Trujillo.] 

502 



THE FR1ESEM FAMILY FROM FRIESHFI M AND RMRfiRROHl 

DESCENDANTS OF CLAUDF AND SQRI F fS ARA MEYERS FRIFSFM 

CHILDREN OF JOFI AND ANN fFRI ESEM) AUfiUST 



FROM PAGE 502 




B.I 2/28/1 981 



B.I 2/24/1 984 



503 



THE FR1ESEM FAMILY FROM FRIESHEIM AND BURGBROHL 

DESCENDANTS OF CLAUDE AND SORLE (SARA MEYER1 FRIESFM 

CHILDREN OF SIMON AND JOHANNA ( FRIESEM^ KRAT7FNSTFIN 



FROM PAGE 497 



EDGAR 



HELAINE 
KRATZENSTEIN 



STRA US? 



B.I 0/5/1 909 
Milwaukee 

D.10/26/1995 
Marathon.FL 



B.5/8/1916 

Grand Rapids.MI 
D.8/20/1991 

Boca Raton, FL 



DR. SYDNEY 
POSNER 

(M.D.) 
B.l/26/1912 

Milwaukee f WI 
D.1 1/7/1964 

Corpus Christi,TX 
«1945 

Qcc.Phvsician 



MADELYN 
KRATZENSTEIN 



LEON S. 
LQE6 



B.6/7/1910 

D.5/2/1997 
Corpus Christi,TX 



B.l 0/1 8/1 924 
Grand Rapids,MI 



To Page 507 



(EY#n?tQnJU 



RONALD 

oo12/ /1967 
Chicago 



- ANNEBELLE U 

LETT 
B. 

Milwaukee, Wl 
(Divorced) 



SUE 
LINDE 



STRAUSS 



B.7/2/1939 
Milwaukee 



B.5/1 1/1944 
,OK 



Occ.Money 
Manager 



(Milwwk?$ t W} 



ROBERT 

«9/5/1964 
Milwaukee 



NANCY 
WILLIAM 
B.2/12/1943 
Milwaukee, Wl 
(Divorced) 



SUE 
COLBURN 
STRAUSS 



B.7/23/1942 
Milwaukee 



B.5/27/1950 
Milwaukee 



*12/31/1993 

Milwaukee 
Occ.Livestock Occ.Attorney 

Trader, 
Teacher 



To Page 504A 



(tyQnQfVQWQcWI} 



JEFFREY 

-9/12/1975 
Milwaukee 



MARY 



B. 



(Divorced) 



FRANCES 



STRAUSS 



B.12/25/1945 
Milwaukee 



B. 



To Page 505 



To Page 506 



504 



THE FRIESEM FAMILY FROM FRIESHEIM AND BURGBROHL 

DESCENDANTS OF CLAUDE AND SQRLE (SARA MEYERS FRIESEM 

CHILDREN OF RONALD AND ANNABELLE (LETT) STRAUSS 



B.6/30/1969 



Occ.Money 
Manager 



KALMAN EDGAR 



STRAU SS 
B. 1/2/2002 



FROM PAGE 504 

I 




JOSHUA DANIEL - 



STRAUSS 



ANAT 
GEVA 



B.5/25/1972 



Occ.Money 
Manager 
«6/9/2002 



B. 



AVfTAL 



STRAUSS 



B. 



504A 



THE FR1ESEM FAMILY FROM FRIESHE1M AND BURGBROHL 

DESCENDANTS OF CLAUDE AND SQRLE fSARA MEYERS FR1ESEM 

CHILDREN OF ROBERT AND NANCY (WILLIAM) STRAUSS 



FROM PAGE 504 



DAVID LEE - 



DEBORAH 
SHAPIRO 



STRAUSS 



8.10/23/1966 
Milwaukee 



B.10/3/1965 
Chicago 




ISABEL 



STRAUSS 



DAN - JENNIFER L. 
STRAUSS 

DOERFLER 




B.4/30/1968 
Appleton,WI 


B.1/2/1969 
Milwaukee 






RACHEL 
DOREFLER 


ALEXANDER JOSHUA 
DOERFLER 



B.7/25/2000 
Chicago 



B.5/6/2003 
Chicago 



B.7/1 1/1997 B.I 0/21/2000 
Milwaukee Milwaukee 



505 



THE FRIESEM FAMILY FROM FRIESHEIM AND BURGBROHL 

DESCENDANTS OF CLAUDE AND SQRLE (SARA MEYERS FRIFSEM 

SON OF JEFFREY AND MARY ( 1 STRAUSS 



FROM PAGE 504 



MICHAEL EDGAR 



STRAUSS 



B.7/22/1976 
Milwaukee 



Occ.Comedian 



506 



THE FRIESEM FAMILY FROM FRIESHEIM AND BURGRROHI 

DESCENDANTS OF CLAUDE AND SQRLE (SARA MEYERS FRIFSFM 

CHILDREN OF DR. SYDNEY AND MADELYN fKRATZENSTElN^ POSNER 



FROM PAGE 504 




B.11/3/1946 
Robstown,TX 



Occ.Marketing 
Research Analyst, 
Dresser Industries, 
Houston,TX 





THOMAS L - MARY LYNN 
POSNER 

RHODES 






B.1/7/1947 
Columbus,OH 

Occ.Comptroller, 
Part owner of 
a shipyard 


B.1/2/1949 
RobstownJX 

Occ.Registered 
Sales Assistant, 
UBS Financial 






B.3/18/1971 
Corpus Christi,TX 



ALLEN BRYANT- LESLIE ANN 
RHODES 

H QQSER 



B.10/28/1975 B.1/2/1974 
Austin,TX Corpus Christi,TX 



oo1 2/29/2001 



Occ. Financial 
Advisor,UBS 
Financial 



Occ.Marketing 
Manager, 
Dell Computer 



507 



THE HIRSCH FAMILY FROM SINZIG (ABSTRACTS 

RELATED TO THE FRIESEM FAMILY FROM FRIESHEIM AND BURGBRQHL 

CHILDREN OF HERMANN AND PAULINE (MARX! HIRSCH 

FROM PAGES 482, 484 



From 
Paqe 
















484 
















JOSEF - 

HIRSCH 




DAVID - 

HIRSCH 




GUSTAV - EVE 
HIRSCH 

FRIFDE 



B. 

D. 



B. 
D. 



B. 
D. 



B. 
D. 



B. 
D. 



B. 

D. 



508 



THE FRIESEM FAMILY FROM FR1ESHEIM AND BURGBROHL 
CH1LDREN OF CLAUDE AND SQRLE fSAR A MEYERS FRIESEM 

FROM PAGE 459 



From 
Page 
430 



From 
Page 
482 



z 



(Also on Page 430) 



JOSEPH 



GUDULA 
FRIESEM 



FRIESEM 




To 

_Page 

547 



8.8/31/1820 
Niederzissen 
D, 



ool0/29/1850 
Niederzissen 
Occ.Cattle dealer 



B.7/16/1828 
Burgbrohl 

D.10/31/1876 
Burgbrohl 




B.4/8/1823 
Niederzissen 

D.4/24/1823 
Niederzissen 



B.9/1 3/1855 
Hohenlimburg, 
Westphalia 
D.Holocaust 
oo12/8/1880 




ABRAHAM - MARIANNE 
FRIESEM 



B.1/13/1852 
Niederzissen 

D.4/28/1938 
Hohenlimburg 



D. 



Burgbrohl 



Hochst 



Occ.Metal Business 
[Very religious. 

He visited 

Burgbrohl once 

a year and 

brought his own 

kosher meat 

along.] 



Gladenbach 



D. 



B.I 854 
Niederzissen 
D.I 925 
Altena 



To Page 510 



To Page 519 



B.1851 

Hohenlimburg 
D.1925 
Bremen 



To Page 520 



509 



THE FRIESEM FAMILY FROM FR1ESHEIM AND BURGBROHL 

DESCENDANTS OF CLAUDE AND SQRLE f SARA MEYERS FRIESEM 

CHILDREN OF ABRAHAM AND MARIANNE fFRIESEM^ LEVY 



FROM PAGE 509 




B.9/18/1881 
Hohenlimburg 

D.Holocaust 
(suicide) 



B. 
D.Holocaust 



B.l/20/1881 

MOnster 
D.9/15/1957 

Hagen 




B.19.. 

Hohenlimburg 
D.Holocaust 
Libau.Lettland 



B.9/9/1882 

Hohenlimburg 
D.Holocaust 



B.9/12/1887 
Hohenlimburg 

D.Holocaust 
1942 

Deported on 

4/28/1942 



ERICH 



MARTHA 
GUTREICH 



GUMPRICH 



—-Twins—- 

L 



HERBERT 



GUMPRICH 



To 

Page 

"512 



B.7/1 1/1910 B.7/24/1911 
Ruggeburg 

D.Holocaust 



B.9/24/1911 

Ruggeburg 
D.Holocaust 



KURT 



J2UM 



B.9/24/1911 
Ruggeburg 

D.5/21/f= 
Hagen 



LEA 
JAKOBSON 

'RICH 



B.9/28/1909 



AMI 



RUTH 
GUMPRICH 



WEISS 



B.2/10/1942 
Kfar Saba, Israel 



B.2/28/1946 
Tel Aviv, Israel 



To Page 511 



510 



THE FRIESEM FAMILY FROM FRIESHFIM AND BURGRROHI 

DESCENDANTS OF CLAUDE AND SORLE (SARA MEYER) FRIESEM 

CHILDREN OF AMI AND RUTH fflll MPRICm WFISS 



FROM PAGE 510 




CARMIT 
WEISS 



B.1/7/1970 


B.2/17/1972 


Kfar Saba, 


Kfar Saba, 


Israel 


Israel 



B.7/22/1978 
Kfar Saba, 
Israef 



511 



THE FRIESEM FAMILY FROM FRIESHEIM AND RURGBROHL 

DESCENDANTS OF CLAUDE AND SQRLE (SARA MEYERS FR1ESEM 

CHILDREN OF DAVID AND JENNY ( LEVY) GUMPRICH 



FROM PAGE 510 



From 

Page_ 

510 



HE 



NZ 



SARA 
(Chaim) TWERSKY 

GUMPRICH> 
J AHEL* 



B.5/13/1914 
Ruggeberg 

oo12/9/1938 
Occ.Financier 



IMOi 



meg. 



WERNER 



ManitebfaCanad?) 



ELISE 
PASCHKES 



GUMPRICH 



B.l 1/19/1918 

Jerusalem 



B.7/3/1918 
Hagen Haspe 



HELMUTH - ADELHEID 
MAUSHAGEN 

GUMPRICH 



B.10/21/1919 
Vienna 



B.1 1/23/1920 B.5/6/1925 
Hagen Haspe Konigshutte 



To Page 513 




B.4/5/1944 
Afula, Israel 



Occ.Gymnastics 
Teacher 



B.7/4/1946 B.1956 
Afula, Israel 



Occ.Tour 
Guide 



B.8/13/1948 



Occ. Israel 
Air Force 
Pilot 



B.1951 



B.I 2/30/1958 



Occ. Israel 
Air Force 
Pilot 




B.1971 



B.I 972 



B.1979 B.1981 



512 



THE FRIESEM FAMILY FROM FRIESHEIM AND BURGBRQHI 

DESCENDANTS OF CLAUDE AND SORLE ( SARA MEYERS FRIFSFM 

CHILDREN OF WERNER AND ELISE (PA SCHKE5H GUMPRICH 



FROM PAGE 512 



MICHAEL - 



LORI 
KOZ 



QUMPRICH 



HARVEY 



JUDY 
GUMPRICH 



B.4/13/1955 
Hagen 



B.8/17/1956 
Winnipeg,MB 



BERKAL 



b.i 1/11/1955 

Grand Forks, ND 



B.3/25/1956 
Hagen 



513 



THE FRIESEM FAMILY FROM FRIESHEIM AND BURGBRQHL 

DESCENDANTS OF CLAUDE AND SORLE (SARA MEYERS FRIFSFM 

CHILDREN OF HELMUTH A ND ADELHEID (MAUSHAGFN) GUMPRICH 



FROM PAGE 512 




B.1 1/19/1949 
Kfar Saba, 
Israel 




B.l 1/12/1950 
Ra'anana, 

Israel 



B.1/4/1953 
Ra'anana, 
Israel 



B.9/21/1956 
Tel Aviv, 
Israel 



To Page 515 




GAI 



BAUMAISi 



B.9/15/1972 
Kfar Saba, 
Israel 




B.5/17/1975 
Kfar Saba, 
Israel 



B.6/25/1979 
Kfar Saba, 
Israel 



514 



THE FRIESEM FAMILY FROM FRIESHEIM AND BURftRROHl 

DESCENDANTS OF CLAUDE AND SQRLE fSARA MEYERS FRIFSFM 

CHILDREN OF DANI AND SARA (Gil BOA ^ GUMPRICH 



FROM PAGE 514 




B.7/9/1978 
Ra'anana, 
Israel 



515 



THE FRIESEM FAMILY F ROM FRIESHEIM ANP gU R SSRQHL 
DESCENDANTS OF CLAUDE AND SORLE (SARA MEYERS FRIESEM 

CHILDREN OF ABRAHAM ANP MARIAN NE (FRIE S EM) LEVY 



FROM PAGE 510 



From 

Page_ 

510 



ALBERT 



B.3/13/1889 

D.1978 

MUnster 
[During World 
War II Albert 
Hesselbarth 
— who was 
not Jewish — 
hid his wife, 
Rosalie Levy 
Hesselbarth.] 



r"Twins--j 
_L 



J_ 



ROSALIE 


JULIUS 


- MARGARETHE 


LEVY 


_ GUGGENHEIMER 


"Grete" 




B.I 2/1 3/1 884 


LEVY 


ARTH 


Laupheim, 
Wurttemburg 




B.I 2/23/1 889 




Hohenlimburg 


D.5/5/1935 




D.1 1/24/1975 


Esslinqen/Neckar 


Munster 


SIGMUND 
BAER 


- 




B.4/4/1889 


B.9/10/1892 




Buchen 


Hohenlimburg 




D.3/3/1957 


D.5/10/1993 




Lima,0H 


Dayton,OH 




Occ.Owned a 


To U.S. on 




vacuum 


8/31/1940 




cleaner sales 






and repair 






shop 






HENRY 


BARBARA 
WALL 




GUGGENH 


EIMER 


E 


J.9/26/1928 


B.1 1/23/1934 


Stuttgart 


Celina.OH 


D.11/ /1992 




Lima,0H 




col/27/1963 




Lima.OH 




Occ.Store Manager 




for Scoa and Elder 




Beerman 




To U.S. on 




8 


J/31/1940 





FRIEDRICH - 
"Fritz" 
LEVY 
B.9/10/1892 

Hohenlimburg 
D.5/10/1931 

Hagen, 

Westphalia 
«3/21/1922 

Commern 
OccBank 
Manager 



ERNA 
FROHWE1N 



ELIAS 
MARX 



B.1 1/26/1884 

Gruessen 
D.11/ /1983 

San Diego,CA 
0,7/4/1941 

Hagen 
Occ.Owned a 
boys and mens 
clothing store 



B.8/12/1898 

Commern 

D.9/ /1 982 

San Diego,CA 



HOWARD 

(HELMUT) 



HELGA 
LEVY 



LANDAU 



B.12/10/1920 
Dortmund 

D.1991 
Lima,OH 

«2/15/1942 
London 

Occ. Manager of 

scrap yard 



To Page 517 



B.4/26/1923 
Hagen 



To Page 518 



516 



THE FR1ESEM FAMILY FRQM FR I E S HEIM ANP BUR G BR O HL 

DESCENDANTS OF CLAUDE A ND S Q R L E (SARA M E YER) FR1ESEM 

CHILDREN OF HENRY AND BARBARA (WALL) GUGGENHEIMER 



FROM PAGE 516 



JOEL 



JUDI 
MARANKA 



gUSSEWBMER 



B.3/24/1963 
Dayton.OH 



oo5/21/1989 

Dayton.OH 
Occ.Computer 

Programmer, 

Analyst 



BARRY 



CHRIS 
CREIGER 



GUGGENHEIMER 



B.9/30/1963 
Dayton, OH 



Occ.Computer 
Programmer 



B.I 2/1 5/1 964 
Dayton,OH 



ool2/5/1995 

Cincinnati ( OH 
Occ.Heating and 
air conditioning 
specialist for 
high-rise 
structures 



B.8/1 9/1961 

Philadelphia,PA 



Occ.Paralegal 



SAMUEL 




MARLA 




AARON 




LEILA 


JACOB 




BREANNE 




ROSS 




FRANCINE 


GUGGENHEIMER 




GUGGENHEIMER 




GUGGENHEIMER 




McCLOSKEY 



JAMES - LESLEE 


GUGGENHEIMER 


McCLOSKEY 


B.3/1 3/1965 


B-l 1/15/1972 


Dayton,OH 


Dayton,OH 


oo7/14/1995 




Dayton,OH 




Occ.Contract 


Occ.Teacher, 


Attorney 


Paralegal 


1 





B.3/30/1992 
Dayton,OH 



B.6/23/1995 
Dayton.OH 



B.1/20/2003 
Dayton,OH 



B.9/27/2000 
Prince Frederick, 
MD 



Occ.Student 



Occ.Student 



517 



THE FRIESEM FAMILY FROM FRIESHEIM AND BURGBROHL 

DESCENDANTS OF CLAUDE AND SQRLE (SARA MEYER) FRIESEM 

CHILDREN OF HOWARD AND HELGA (LEVY) LANDAU 

FROM PAGE 516 



ELIAS - SUSAN 
LANDAU 
(Divorced) 
ABRAHAM 



B.8/10/1944 
Bombay, India 



oo1967 

Cincinnati,OH 
Occ.Engineer, 

Draftsman 



B.8/28/1946 

London 
D.3/1 1/2005 

N. Miami, FL 



Occ.Registered 
Nurse 



ALAN 



BEVERLY 
LANDAU 



PUFF 



B.8/25/1958 
Lima, OH 



<»11/28/1976 

Lima,OH 
Occ.Trucker 



MICHELLE 
ABRAHAM 



B.1/11/1957 
Lima,OH 



Occ.Bookkeeper 



JASON 



ABRAHAM 



MICHAEL 



DUFF 



ADAM 



PU FF 



B.6/22/1975 B.1 1/3/1976 
Arlington,TX Arlington,TX 



B.I 1/23/1980 
Lima,0H 



B.5/3/1982 
Lima,0H 



Occ.Teacher OccAdvertising 



Occ.Student 



518 



THE FRIESEM FAMILY FROM FRIESHEIM AND BURGBRQHL 

DESCENDANTS OF CLAUDE AND SQRLE (SARA MEYERS FR1FSFM 

DAUGHTER OF MOSES AND BETTY ( ) FRIESEM 

FROM PAGE 509 



RABBI KALMAN - ROSE 
FRIESEM 

LEVY 



B. 

D. 

Occ.Teacher, 
Rabbi 



(TslAviy) f 




B. 



Hochst 



D. 



LEVY 



U^VY 



B. 



B. 



519 



THE FRIESEM FAMILY FROM FR1ESHEIM AND BURGBROHI 

DESCENDANTS OF CLAUDE AND SQRLE (SARA MEYER) FRIESEM 

CHILDREN OF SIMON AND ELIESE (LEVY) FRIESEM 



FROM PAGE 509 



SALOMON - JOHANNA 
"Sally" FRIESEM 

ROTHSCHILD 



To 
-Page 
524 



B.7/12/1881 

Hochstein 

near Dortmund 
D.I 946 



B.7/2/1881 

Altena 
D.2/ /1968 

New York 



ELIAS 



ILSE 
ROTHSCHILD 



JJ=Ka 



B.2/27/1917 

New York 
D.I 2/4/1 984 
Monmouth Beach,NJ 
Occ. Attorney 



ROLF 



LISSELOTTE 
HAAS 



ROTHSCHILD 



ADOLF 



GERDA 
LIFSCHFTZ 



B.4/7/1910 

Bremen 
D.l 1/ /2000 
Pittsburgh,PA 



B.7/1/1913 

Bremen 
D.3/ /1972 

Greensburg,PA 
Occ.Baker 

To Page 522 



B.5/19/1914 

St.Wendel 
D.8/19/1996 



ROTHSCHILD 



B.12/28/1915 
Bremen 



B.11/8/1911 
Bremen 



JACK 



MAXINE 
KRIM 



LEINER 



B.3/14/1936 
Bremen 



Occ.Metal 
Refinery 



B.7/17/1937 
Newark, NJ 



I (San Francisco.CA ) 



DR.MATTHEW - DR. HELENE 
(M.D.) KATES-STIMPSON 
(M.D.) 
(Divorced) 
LEINER 



RONALD 



LEINER 



B.12/30/1948 B.12/1/1950 

New Brunswick, NJ Los Angeles,CA 



B.3/22/1950 
New Brunswick, NJ 

Occ.Science Teacher 



Occ.Physician 



Occ. Physician 




B.6/27/1957 



«8/22/1982 



B.3/11/1958 
Denver.CO 



DAVID - KIM 


LEINER 


LEVY 


B.8/7/1953 


B.4/8/1960 


Jerusalem 


Rutherford, NJ 


oo4/19/1986 





ERIC - MARIE MICHELLE 
VIRACOLA 

LEINER 



B.1/1 8/1963 
Newark,NJ 



To Page 521 
520 



oo9/27/1987 

To Page 521 



B.10//5/1961 



THE FR1ESEM FAMILY FROM FRIESHE1M AND BURGBROHL 

DESCENDANTS OF CLAUDE AND SQRLE ( SARA MEYER) FRIESEM 

SON OF DAVID AND KIM (LEINER) LEVY 

FROM PAGE 520 




B.1 1/12/1986 
Long Branch, N J 



Occ.Student 



DAUGHTER OF ERIC ANP MARIE fVIRACQLA) IE1NER 



FROM PAGE 520 




B.I 2/22/1 989 
Long Branch ,NJ 



Occ.Student 



521 



THE FRIESEM FAMILY FROM FRIESHEIM AND BURGBRQHL 

DESCENDANTS OF CLAUDE AND SQRLE (SARA MEYERS FRIESFM 

CHILDREN OF ROLF AND LISSELOTTE (HAAS^ ROTHSCHILD 



FROM PAGE 520 



REUBEN 



MARCIA 
MINK 



R Q THS C H ILP 



DAVID J. 



- BARBARA 
FRIEDMAN 



RQTHS CHLP 



B.4/13/1940 B.10/8/1942 



Pittsburgh,PA 



Occ.Electrician 



B.7/7/1945 



Stroudsberg,PA Pittsburgh,PA 



JOSEPH - IRENE 

ROTHSCHILD 
(Divorced) 
WINTER 



B.10/1 2/1 947 B.12/1 6/1 940 B.1/22/1 944 



Slippery Rock,PA 



To Page 523 



Pittsburgh f PA 

Occ.Teacher 
To Page 523 



RANDOLPH 



ROTHSCHILD 




B.1 1/28/1962 
New London,CT 



B.6/22/1968 
Dayton,OH 



522 



THE FRIESEM FAMH Y FROM FRIFSHFIM AND BURfiRROHl 

DESCENDANTS QF CLAUPF AND S O RI F (S A R A MEYERS frifsfm 

CHILDREN OF DAVID AND BARBARA rFR lEDMANH RnTHSPH| l n 

FROM PAGE 522 



STEPHANIE LYNN 
ROTHSCHILD 



JILLIAN DORY 
ROTHSCHILD 



B.7/1 5/1971 
Kansas City, MO 



B.I 0/20/1 979 
Dayton.OH 



CHILDREN QF JOSEPH AND IRENE (ROTHSCHI LD) WINTFR 



FROM PAGE 522 



BRIAN 



WINTER 



JASON 



B.2/22/1966 
Beaver Falls,PA 



WINTER 



B.9/22/1969 
Buffalo,NY 



523 



THE FRIESEM FAMII Y FROM FRIFSHFIM AND RURftRRflHI 

DESCENDANTS OF CLAUDF AND SQRI F fS ARA MFYFR^ FRIFSFM 

CHILDREN OF SIMON AND Fl IFSF f LEVYl FRIFSFM 



FROM PAGE 509 



From 

Page_ 

520 



To 
.Page 
527 



HUGO 



JULIA 
STEINBERG 



FRIESEM 



B.3/25/1883 

Altena 
D.7/25/1952 

Philadelphia,PA 
*8/11/1919 

Altena 
Occ. Merchant 



Occ.Penn Fruit 
Grocery chain 
[To U.S. from Rotterdam in Aug.! 938] 



B.4/1/1893 

Altena 
D.l 2/24/1 991 

Sarasota, FL 



WALTER 



LIPPMANN 



B.9/5/1907 

Frankenthal 
D.4/26/2002 

Ft. Lauderdale, FL 
-2/11/1941 

Pittsburgh,PA 
Occ.Manufacturer 
of Point of Pur- 
chase Wire Dis- 
plays 

(Pennlvn.PA) 




LOTTE 
FRIESEM 



B.I 2/16/1920 

Altena 
D.8/14/1963 

Pittsburgh t PA 



B.6/11/1923 
Bridge port ,CT 



~7/5/1945 
Clovis,NM 
Occ.Optometrist 



B.10/1/1923 
Altena 



To Page 526 



MOSES 



SUSAN 
LIPPMANN 



FELDMAN 



B.12/29/1939 
Dallas.TX 



oo5/26/1973 
Philadelphia, PA 



B.7/2/1942 
Pittsburgh.PA 



(Santa Ana.CA) 



ROBERT - ZEDITH ELLEN 
"Dolly" 
HATHCOCK 
STOKES* 
LIPPMANN 



(Seattle.WAJ 



WENDY 



LIPPMANN 



B.4/19/1947 B.l/2/1941 
Philadeiphia,PA Riverside,CA 



B.7/13/1955 
Pittsburgh,PA 

Occ.Yoga Instructor 



To Page 525 



oo6/22/1985 

Santa Ana,CA 
Occ.Advertising 



524 



[* = Doily has two 
two sons sons — 
Deron Stokes and 
Devon Stokes — 
from a previous 
marriage.] 



THE FRIESEM FAMII Y FROM FRIESHFIM AND RURfiRROHl 

DESCENDANTS OF CLALJDF AND SORI F fS ARA MEYFR^ FRIFSFy 

CHILDREN OF MOSFS AND SUSAN (\ IP PMANN^ FFI DMANj 



(LaJoIla.CA) 



JULIE LYNN 
FELDMAN 



B.6/30/1975 
Doylestown,PA 



FROM PAGE 524 



(Edaewater.NJ) I 



ELIZABETH LEIGH 
FELDMAN 



B.9/14/1976 
Doylestown,PA 



\(W.Hollvwood.CA) 



DAVID JACOB 



FELDMAN 



B.3/21/1978 
Doylestown,PA 



Occ.Physical 
Trainer 



Occ.Business/ 
Trading 



Occ. Assistant to 
a Talent Agent 



525 



THE FRIESEM FAMII Y FROM FR1FSHFIM AND BURfiRRnm 
PESCENPANTS QF C lAUPF AND S O RLF fS A R A meyfr^ frifsfm 

CHILDREN OF IRVING AND TRUDF (FR IESEM^ RFNIMFTT 



RAYMOND HENRY - LINDA 
BENNETT 



B.12/31/1949 



oo7/17/1977 

Boston, MA 
Occ.Computer 

Software 

Product 

Manager 



UJEL 



B.1/14/1948 
Beaver Falls, PA 



Occ.Optometrist 



REBECCA 
HUEY 



FROM PAGE 524 



B.2/20/1980 
Boston, MA 



DR. DONALD 
(M.D.) 



DIANE 
TOBIN 
B.9/23/1950 
Cincinnati,OH 



(PivQrcecl) 



SUSAN 
CARR 



BENNETT 



B.9/9/1950 B. 

Beaver Falls, PA 



oo12/28/1975 
Cincinnati, OH 
Occ.Ophthalmologist 



• 5/ /2002 



ELIZABETH 
"Beth" 
HUEY 



B.1/26/1983 
Boston,MA 



(Atianta.GAU 



COURTNEE 
BENNETT 



B.6/20/1977 
Cincinnati,OH 



miicott Citv.Mh) 



JOSLYN 
BENNETT] 



B.1/41979 
Cincinnati.OH 



Occ.Math 
Teacher 



Occ.College 
Student 
at USC 



Occ.Geologist 



Occ.Science 
Teacher 



526 



THE FR1ESFM FAMtl Y FROM FRIFSHFI M AND RURfiRROHl 

DESCENDANTS OF CLAUOF AND SQRI F r.SA R A MEYFR^ FR1FSFM 

CHILDREN OF SIMON AND EUFSF f LEVY^ FRIFSFM 



FROM PAGE 509 



From 
524 



KARL 


- ANNA 




SAUER 




LEVY 



(Numbrecht) 



To 
.Page 
529 



JULIUS 



IDA 
FRIESEM 



BAER 



B.5/23/1880 
Numbrecht 

B.5/22/1879 18.11/19/1885 D.Holocaust 

Pohle-Diester Wedhem, Westphalia Occ.Cattle 

D.Holocaust D.9/2/1934 dealer 



B.5/17/1885 

Altena 
D.Holocaust 



(kristol.Ena iand) 




B.1/10/1911 
Pohle-Diester 

D.6/13/1999 
Bristol,Eng. 

-1/1/1939 
Numbrecht 



B.9/1/1912 
Numbrecht 




B.I 0/1 1/1942 
Melksharr^Eng. 



ooH/5/1967 
Bristol,Eng. 
Occ.Manager-JBM 



B.1 1/23/1 943 
Thenac,France 



Occ. Customer 
Service Agent, 
British Airways 



ALFONS - ELSE 


BAER 


GANSER 


B. 


B.9/12/1914 


Hamburg 


Numbrecht 


D.Holocaust 


D.Holocaust 


[Shot by the 




Nazis. He 




was not 




Jewish] 




Occ.Carpenter 






GANSER 






B.3/12/1920 

Numbrecht 
D.Holocaust 
Occ. Farmer 



B. 
D.Holocaust 



To Page 528 



527 



THE FRIESEM FAMII Y FROM FRIFSHFIM AND RURfiRROHl 

DESCENDANT?? QF C L A UPF AND SOR L E fS A R A MEYFR^ frifsf M 
CHILDREN OF AM FN AND ANNiC.K fX AVIER^ I FVFR 



FROM PAGE 527 



ANTOINE - DR. ANDREA 
SQUIRE 
(M.D.) 
IEV5R 



B.6/27/1970 
London 



B.5/8/1968 
Uverpool,Eng. 




B.2/25/1973 
Cheam, England 



B.I 0/23/1 972 
Urmston,Eng. 



eo3/1/2003 
Thame,Eng. 

Occ.Company 
Director, 
I.T. Support 



Occ.Physician 



oo5/27/2001 

Manchester,Eng. 
Occ.Sales Manager 



528 



THE FRIESEM FAMII Y FROM FRIFSHFIM AND BMRCRROHI 

DESCENDANTS OF CI AUDF AND SORI F fS ARA MEYFR^ FRIFSFM 

CHILDREN OF SIMON AND EL IFSF (\ F.VY1 FRIFSFM 



FROM PAGE 509 



From 

Page_ 

527 



WILHELM 



(fa4GQ4$$terq) 



To 
—Page 
530 



HEDWIG 
FRIESEM 



WEIL 



B.5/30/1878 
Rextngen, 
Wurttemburg 

D.Holocaust 



ERICH 



MARGOT 
SPIEGEL 



WEIL 



B.6/14/1907 B.3/2/1905 
Koln K5ln 



B.1/15/1886 

Attena 
D.2/ /1 964 

Basel,Switzerland 



HERBERT - CLAIRE 
SLATE 

WFII 


B.5/26/1910 

Koln 
D.1/22/1968 

CapeTown,SA 


B. 

CapeTown,SA 
D. 

CapeTown,SA 




B.4/ /1 946 
CapeTown.SA 

D.10/ /1973 
Tel Aviv,lsrael 



B.1948 
CapeTown,SA 



529 



THE FRIESEM FAMII Y FROM FRIFSHFI M AND BURftRRnm 

DESCENDANTS OF CLAUDF AND SORI F fSA R A MFYFR^ FRIFSFM 

CHILDREN OF SIMON AND ELIFSF fl .EVY^ FRIFSFM 



From 

Page__ 

529 



FROM PAGE 509 



(dremen) , 



MAX 



ROSALIE 
FRIESEM 



APIEP 



B. 

Rhina,Hessen 
D.1925 

Bremen 




MAX 



FRIESEM 



B.9/29/1887 

Altena 
B.Hofocaust 



B. 

Altena 
D.1915 

World War I 



B.3/14/1914 

Bremen 
D. Holocaust 



"i^fa 



ASCHER 



utz Kfar Menar.hem) 



ESTHER 
GOLDSTEIN 



ADLER 



B.12/23/1919 
Bremen 



ABRAHAM 



WARDAH 
ADLER 



ElAD 



B.5/18/1949 
Gal-On,lsrael 



B.11/24/1930 
Antwerp,Belgium 



OFER 



B.4/3/1953 
Ra'anana, Israel 



APLEp 



B.5/5/1958 
Kfar Menachem.lsr. 




B. 



DANIEL 



ELAD 



TAL 



APIER 



To 
.Page 
531 



SCHIRA 



APLER 



B.2/23/1989 B.1 2/30/1 993 



B.7/3/1981 B.9/3/1982 

Gal-On, Israel 



530 



THE FR1ESEM FAMILY FROM FRIESHEIM AND BURGBRQHL 

DESCENDANTS OF CLAUDE AND SORLE (SARA MEYER) FRIESEM 

CHILDREN OF SIMON AND ELIESE fLEVY) FRIESEM 



FROM PAGE 509 



From 

Page. 

530 



(Munich) 



LEO 



GERDA 
KEMPINSKY 



FRIESEM 



B.9/16/1894 

Altena 
D.3/3/1944 

Haifa, Palestine 
ool925 

Occ. 

[Fled to Palestine 

in 1937] 



B.2/12/1896 

Insterburg 
D. 



Occ.Bookkeeper,Secretary 
[F(ed to Palestine 
with Renate in 1937 
and returned to 
Germany in 1951] 



(Ramat Gan.fsrael) 1 



- RENATE MARION 
FRIESEM 

BRENNER 



B. 



«1951 



B.8/22/1930 
Dortmund 



[Fled to Palestine in 1937] 



B. 




BRENNER 



531 



THE FRIESEM FAMILY FROM FR1ESHEIM AND BURGBRQHL 

DESCENDANTS OF CLAUDE AND SORLE (SARA MEYER) FRIESEM 

CHILDREN OF JOSEPH AND CUPULA (FRIESEM) FRIESEM 



FROM PAGE 509 




B.1773 

D.7/31/1859 
Nahe 

CO 

Neuenkleusheim 



JACOB - ROSALIE 

OPPENHEIMER 
EMANUEL 



B.1788 B. 

D/8/7/1871 D. 



B. 
D. 



LEVI - HENRIETTE 

(Jehudah ben "Hannchen" 
EMANUEL 

SIEBN 



B.4/18/1833 

D.10/30/1919 
Meinerzhagen 



3.1839 



From 

Page_ 

509 



To 

_Page 

834 



LEVY 



JOHANNA 
FRIESEM 



IENHQFF 



B. 
D. 



ALBERT 



EVA HAVA 
PQTZ 



m 



ESEM. 



B.5/27/1860 

Burgbrohl 
D. 



B.l 0/4/1 862 
Burgbrohl 

D.8/6/1926 
Solingen 



B.6/29/1862 

Hersel 
D.Holocaust 
[Deported from 

Dusseldorf to 
Theresienstadt 

on 7/22/1942] 



JAKOB 
(Jakob ben 
Jehudah) 



EVA 
FRIESEM 



STERN 



B.3/20/1866 B.7/5/1867 
Burgbrohl 
D.4/21/1921 D.1941 
Meinerzhagen Cali,Colombia 



JAKOB 

FISCHE 


EMMA 

(Hanche has 

Jehudah) 

STERN 

JACH 


B.8/29/1851 
Meinerzhagen 

D.7/21/1931 
Meinerzhagen 


B.8/30/1861 

D.9/21/1921 
Meinerzhagen 



To Page 533 



To Page 534 



To Page 540 



532 



THE FRIESEM FAMILY FROM FRIESHE1 M AND BURGBROHL 

DESCENDANTS OF CLAUDE AND SQRLE f SARA MEYERS FRIESEM 

CHILDREN OF LEVY AND JOHANNA (FRIESEM) LENHQFF 

FROM PAGE 532 




JULIUS - BETTY 



LENHQFF 



Plettenberg B. 
D.I 91 6 Plettenberg 

World War I D.Holocaust 



JULIUS 
LOUIS 



THEKLA 
LENHOFF 



STERN 



B. B.9/1 1/1882 

D.Holocaust D.Holocaust 



(Plettenberg) 



LEO 



ROSA 
LENHOFF 



HESS 



B.6/29/1886 B. B. 

Plettenberg Plettenberg 
D.Holocaust D.Holocaust D.Holocaust 



HEINZ 

1 LENHOFF 

B. B. 

Plettenberg 
D.Holocaust D.Holocaust 

(suicide) 




533 



THE FRIESEM FAMILY FROM FRIESHEIM AND BURGBRQHL 

DESCENDANTS OF CLAUDE AND SORLE (SARA MEYER) FRIESEM 

CHILDREN OF ALBERT AND EVA HAVA fPUTZ) FRIESEM 



FROM PAGE 532 



(WerL Westphalia) 



JOSEF 



FRIEDA 
FRIESEM 



HESSE 



B. 
D. 



B. 



Solingen 



D. 



From Pages 
-.43?,997 



(Also on Page 989) 
(Solinaen>Nahariva ) 



To 

.Page 

539 



WALTER 



SELMA 
HIRSCH 



FRIESEM 



(Nahariva. Israel) 1 


YECHESKEL - HELGA 


(Judit) 


FRIESEM 


BECH 


IOR 


B.9/25/1927 


B.4/20/1928 


Palestine 


Solingen 


D.2/ /1 985 


D.2/1/1978 


Nahariya, Israel 

00 


Haifajsrael 


Occ.Chief Town 




Gardener of 




Nahariya 





B.9/1/1900 

Solingen 
D.2/2/1970 

Nahariya, Israel 

«>After sundown 

on 11/21/1926 

Kdln 
Saturday, 15 Kislev 
5687, by Rabbi Dr. 
Benedict Wolf 
(Pinchas ben Seew). 
Entry 196 in the 
Rabbi's wedding book 
(RabbinerDr. Bene- 
dict Wolf - Sein Leben 
und Wirken - Die 
Besch - Neidungs- 
bucher [Mohei Book], 
Das Heiratsbuch), 
Munich, 1989 (unpub- 
lished), Gerd Friedt, 
Editor, Courtesy Klaus 
H.S.Schulte and Gerd 
Friedt. 



B.1 0/4/1 901 

Polch 
D.4/8/1982 
Nahariya, Israel 



(Kirvat Haim.lsrael) 




ADOLF 
STRAUSS 



PAUU 
FRIESEM 



B. 
D. 



SCHWIDDEN 



B. 
D. 



B. 



Solingen 



B.1 1/4/1930 
Solingen 

c»1955 

Occ.Cabinet 
Maker, Crane 
Operator in 
Port of Haifa 



B.3/9/1936 
Yas,Romania 



Occ.Teacher 



JACK 



GRETE 
"Gita" 
STRAUSS 
B.1 2/3/191 1 

Solingen 
D.1 1/10/1965; 
Israel 

(automobile 
accident^ 



V QQ EL 



To Page 535 



To Page 536 



B.3/9/1910 B. 




D.I 0/30/1 973 D. 




Israel 


/ 


«7/ /1 967 


To Page 


Tel Avivjsrael 


538 



534 



THE FRIESEM FAMILY FROM FRIESHEIM AND BURGBRQHL 

DESCENDANTS OF CLAUDE AND SQRLE fSARA MEYERS FRIESEM 

CHUPREN OF YECHESKEL AND HELGA (FRIESEM) BECHQR 



FROM PAGE 534 



(Nahariva.lsrael) 



MATZI 



SHOSHANA 
GERSHON 



SECUQR. 



B.I 0/7/1948 
Nahariya, Israel 



«3/5/1968 

Nahariya, Israel 
Occ. Works in a 

chemical plant 



(Nafiariva) 




B.l/9/1951 
Nahariya, Jsrael 



Occ.Real Estate 



B.6/17/1951 
Nahariya, Israel 



Occ.Park Ranger, 
Nature Tour Guide 




B.12/1/1971 
Nahariya, Israel 



Occ.Real Estate 
Broker 



B. 



Haifa, Israel 



»10/26/1998 

Occ.Attorney in 
Kiryat Haim, 
Israel 



B.5/29/1975 
Nahariya, Israel 




B.11/ /2000 
Nahariya, Israel 



535 



THE FRIESEM FAMILY FROM FRIESHE1M AND BURGBROHL 

DESCENDANTS OF CLAUDE AND SQRLE (SARA MEYER) FRIESEM 

CHILDREN OF JOSEF AND SARA (TAm FRIESEM 



FROM PAGE 534 



(Kirva t Bialik. Isra eK 



ADI 



TALI 
FRIESEM 



IW 



EQLBL 



B.9/8/1957 
Haifa, 
Israel 



oo5/15/1979 



Occ.Driving 
Teacher 



(Great Neck.NY)\~ 



DORON 



ORrr 

FRIESEM 



KESSEL 



6.21/13/1958 

Kiryat Haim, 
Israel 



B.6/17/1960 
Kiryat Bialik, 
Israel 



«.7/1/1984 
Nahariya, 
Israel 

Occ.Home Economics Occ.Building 
Teacher,Principa( Contractor 



B.3/12/1959 
Kiryat Haim, 
Israel 



Occ.Gymnastics 
Teacher 



To Page 537 



YORAM 



HILA 
FRIESEM 



BgNCHAMQ 



B.3/23/1968 
Haifa, 
Israel 



«8/17/1995 

Haifa, 

Israel 
Occ.Gymnastics 

Teacher 



B.4/21/1970 
Kiryat Haim, 
Israel 



Occ.Gymnastics 
Teacher 



To Page 537 



ROI 

(Roi ben Adi) 



F WEPtfR 



SHACHAR 
FRIEDLER 
(Shachar bat Adi) 



TOMER 
(Tomer ben Adi) 

FRIEDLER 



B.4/23/1980 
Kiryat Bialik, 
Israel 



B.3/9/1984 
Haifajsrael 



B.1/18/1993 
Haifa, Israel 



Occ. Construction 



536 



THE FRIESEM FAMILY FROM FRIESHEIM AND BURGBRQHL 

DESCENDANTS OF CLAUDE AND SQRLE (SARA MEYER) FRIESEM 

CHILDREN OF DQRON AND ORIT fFRIESEM) KESSEL 



FROM PAGE 536 



GAL 

(Gal bat Doron) 

KESSEL 



MAYA 

(Maya bat Doron) 

KESSEL 



B.5/10/1986 
New York 



B.2/22/1990 
New York 



KEREN ADELA 
(Keren Adi bat Doron) 
KESSEL 



B.9/20/1991 
New York 



Occ.Student 



Occ.Student 



Occ.Student 



C HI LDRE N QF YQRAM ANP HIL A (FR IESE M) B E N CHAMP 



FROM PAGE 536 



SHAY 

(Shay bat Yoram) 

BEN CHAMP 



RON 
(Ron bat Yoram) 
BEN CHAMP 



B. 11/24/2000 
Haifa, Israel 



B. 12/3 1/2002 
Haifa.lsrael 



537 



TH E FRIESEM FAMHY FROM FRIES H E1M ANP BUR GB RQHL 

DESCENDANTS OF CLAUDE AND SQRLE (SARA MEYER) FRIESEM 

DAUGHTER OF JACK AND GRETE (STRAUSS) VOGEL 



FROM PAGE 534 



ISCHAHAYU - 



ILANA 
VOGEL 



£H£ 



B.4/8/1942 



ERES 



XiiEEEEL 



EEE. 



B. 1/7/ 1944 

, Israel 



TOMER 



CHEF^TZ 



SMADAR 
CHEFETZ 



B.3/12/1968 
Ramat Hasharon, 
Israel 



B.3/25/1972 
Ramat Hasharon, 
Israel 



B.4/11/1976 
Ramat Hasharon, 
Israel 



538 



THE FRIESEM FAMHY FRQM FR1ESHEIM AND PU R QPRQHL 

DESCENDANTS OF CLAUDE AND SORLE (SARA MEYER) FRIESEM 

CHILDREN QF ALBERT AND EVA HAVA (PUTZ) FRIESEM 



FROM PAGE 532 



From 

Page_ 

534 



{Oberhoff) 



GUSTAF 



HEDWIG 
FRIESEM 



SLUM 



B. 

Freiburg? 
D.Holocaust 

Riga 



8. 

Solingen 
D.Holocaust 

Riga 



ALFRED 



FRISEM 



B. 



Solingen 
D. 

[Ran away from 
home and was 
never heard 
from again.] 




B.c.1923 
Oberhoff 



Occ.Nurse at 
Lincoln Hospital, 
Bronx, NY 



B.4/23/1926 

Erfurt 
D.Holocaust 

Riga 



539 



THE FRIESEM FAMILY FROM FRIESHEIM ANP BURQ8RQHL 

DESCENDANTS OF CLAUDE AND SQRLE fSARA MEYER) FR1ESEM 

CHILDREN OF JAKOB AND EVA (FRIESEM) STERN 

FROM PAGE 532 



ERNA 
STERN 



SCHWARZ 



B. 
D. 



B.8/1 1/1897 
Meinerzhagen 

D.9/ /1 968 
Koin 



OTTO 



ALIZA 



B.9/21/1901 



D.1956 



■Israel 



GUSTEL 



STERN 



B.5/5/1901 B.1913 

Meinerzhagen 
D.11/ /1968 
Ramat Gan, 

Israel 



ALBERT - HANNAH 
BAER 
B. 
Coburg 

D.1 2/23/1 960 

Boaota.Colombia 
- ANNELIESE 
LUDWIG 
OPPENHEIMER 
STERN 



B.3/20/1902 

Meinerzhagen 
D. 



To Page 543 



_£&} 



ROLF 



RUTH 
KINDERVATER 

B. 

(PlYWQWl) 



DINAH 
KRONE 
SCHWARZ 



B. 



B. 



ROBERT 
"Bob" 



EDITH 
SCHWARZ 



Mi^AVlUA 



B. 



B.12/3/1952 



(Lopcfon) 



ERNST 



VERA 
SCHWARZ 



JUQML 



B.2/21/1921 
Breslau 



Occ.Owns a 
hydraulic 
machines firm 



B.1 1/30/1928 
Koln 



To Page 541 



MICHAEL 



SCHWARZ 



B.10/2/1956 



B.7/31/1899 

Numbrecht 
D. 



To Page 546 



540 



THE FRIESEM FAMILY FROM FRIESHEIM AND BURGBROHL 

DESCENDANTS OF CLAUDE AND SQRLE (SARA MEYER) FRIESEM 

CHILDREN OF ERNST AND VERA (SCHWARZ) BUDWIG 



FROM PAGE 540 



(Arad.tsrael) 



GERALD 
"Gerry" 



NATALIE 
SOUTHER 



BUPWKj 



B. 



B. 



Cali,Colombia 



Occ. Hotel 
Manager 



ELANA MIRIAM 
BUDWIG 



B.8/29/1978 
Arad, Israel 



HERBERT -STEPHANIE 
SIMMONS 

BUPWE 



B.7/9/1951 
,Eng. Cali,Colombia 



Occ. Business- 
man 



B.3/12/1954 



MELISSA CLAIRQ 
BUDWIG 



B.1 1/29/1980 
,Eng. 



To 

-Page 

542 



ROBERT 



PU DWI Q 



B.8/8/1953 
Cali,Colombia 



Occ.Designer 



541 



THE FR1ESEM FAMILY FROM FRIESHEIM AND BURGBRQHL 

DESCENDANTS OF CLAUDE AND SQRLE (SARA MEYER) FRIESEM 

CHILDREN OF ERNST AND VERA (SCHWARZ) BUDWIG 



FROM PAGE 540 




B.2/9/1960 
Call, Colombia 



OccAccountant 
for Father's 
business 



542 



THE FRIESEM FAMILY FROM FRIESHEIM AND BURGBRQHL 

DESCENDANTS OF CLAUDE AND SQRLE (SARA MEYERS FRIFSFM 

DAUGHTER OF OTTO AND ALIZA ( ^ STERN 



FROM PAGE 540 




B.2/2/1922 



B.9/27/1927 



DORON 



KARMELA 



SWAM 



B.12/ /1 949 



B. 



SHEIS - IRIT 

(Iris) 
SCHOAM 
(Divorced) 
PEVQRS 



D. 




B.12/1954 



B.12/ /1960 









To Page 544 




To Page 545 




i 








1 


SHARON 
SCHOAM 




KEREN 
SCHOAM 




SCHOAM 




B.1/9/1977 
or 9/24/1 977 




B.1/20/1981 


B.12/27/1985 



543 



THE FRIESEM FAMIL Y F ROM FRIESHEIM ANP PURCSRQHL 

DE SCEN DA NTS OF C L AU D E AND SQRLE (SARA MEYER) FRIESEM 

DAUGHTER OF SHEIS AND IRIT (SCHQAM^ DEVQRS 



FROM PAGE 543 



SCHIRI 
DEVORS 



B.10/22/1975 



544 



THE FRIESEM FAMILY FROM FRIESHEIM AND BURGBROHL 

DESCENDANTS OF CLAUDE AND SORLE (SARA MEYER) FRIESEM 

CHILDREN OF IDQ BARASH AND ALIZA SCHQAM 



FROM PAGE 543 



UMRI 



BARASH-SCHOAM 




B.8/4/1993 



B.2/8/1998 



B.9/25/2002 



Occ.Student 



Occ.Student 



545 



THE FRIESEM FAMILY FRQM FRIE5HEIM ANP BURQ8RQ HL 

PES CEN PANT S QF ClAUPE ANP SQ R LE (SARA MEYER) FRIE S EM 

SON OF ALBERT AND HANNAH (3AER) STERN 



FROM PAGE 540 




B. B.1 1/14/1952 

South Africa Argentina 




B.7/5/1927 
Koln 



Argentina 
Occ. 



B.12/31/1930 
Kalcar,Germany 



Occ.Teacher 
[Emigrated with her 
parents to England 
and then to Argentina.] 




B.1 1/7/1956 

Argentina 



Occ.Lecturer in Occ.Ph.D. in Literature 
Business 
Administration 



Occ.Assistant Film 
Director 



546 



THE FR1ESEM FAMHY FROM FRIESHEIM ANP BURGBRQHl 
CH11PREN QF ClAUPE ANP SQRIE (SARA ME Y ER) FR1ESEM 

FROM PAGE 459 



From 

Page_ 

509 



HERSCH 



FRIESEM 



B.4/8/1823 
Niederzissen 

D.4/24/1823 
Niederzissen 




B.6/26/1827 
Niederzissen 



B. 



D. 



Occ.Butcher in 
Kessenich 



B. 



D. 



LOB - VOGEL (FANNY) 




ISAAC - GELU\ 


(Levi Meyer) SAMUEL MOYSES 




NATHAN 


B. 




LEVI 




B. 


B. 


D.c.1 795 








D. 
Nieder- 


D. 


GUDUU 


Nieder- 


MEYER 


breisig 


breisig 


HER2 









£1 



MOSES - SARA 

(Moyses Levi) ISAAC 

HEBZ 



B.1778 

Kessenich 
D.1854 

Bonn 
Occ.Butcher in gonn 



B.1783 

Niederbreisig 
D.1854 

Siegburg 



HERMANN 



HELENE EVA 
FRIESEM 



HERZ 



B.1814 


B.I 824 


Bonn 


Niederzissen 


D.I 887 


D.I 899 


Bonn 


Bonn 


Occ.Butcher 




in Bonn 




To Pag< 


3 548 



547 



THE FRIESEM FAMILY FROM FRIESHEIM AND BURGBRQHL 

DESCENDANTS OF CLAUDE AND SORLE (SARA MEYERS FRIESEM 

CHILDREN OF HERMANN AND HELENE EVA (FRIESEM^ HERZ 



FROM PAGE 547 



(Wtttfr/Ruhr) 



CARL - CAROLINE 
KORTE 



pOnnhqff 




B.1859 B.I 854 

Wetter (Ruhr) Bonn 
D. D. 

oo1885 

Occ.Salesman 





T 



To 

.Page 

549 



JEANETTE 



HERZ 



B.1858 
Bonn 
D.1916 
Bonn 
(Lived at 
Belderberg 5b, 
Bonn) 



B.1860 
Bonn 
D.Before 1890 



[Nothing additional is known about the Herz family of Bonn.] 

548 



THE FRIESEM FAMILY FROM FRIESHE1M AND BURGBROHL 

DESCENDANTS OF CUUPE AND SQRIE (S ARA MEYER) FRI5 S EM 
CHILDREN OF HERMANN AND HELENE EVA (FRIESEM) HERZ 

FROM PAGE 547 




JEmsL 



JACQUES-IDA HENRIETTE 
HERZ 

VAN PRAG 



To 
Page 
550 



JOHANNA 
HERZ 



B. 



D. 



B.1865 
Bonn 
D. 



B.1867 
Bonn 
D. 



Occ.Satesman 



«1890 
Kdln 
Occ. Photographer 



"1909 
Koln 
Occ.Salesman 



[Nothing additional is known about the Herz family of Bonn.] 

549 



THE FRIESEM FAMILY FROM FRIESHE1M AND BURGBROHL 

DESCENDANTS OF CLAUDE AND SQRLE fSARA MEYERS FRIESEM 

CHILDREN OF HERMANN AND HELENE EVA (FRIESEM^ HERZ 



FROM PAGE 547 




B.I 87.. 
Bonn 

D.I 879 
Bonn 
(child) 



[Nothing additional is known about the Herz family of Bonn.] 

550 



THE FRIESEM FAMILY FROM FRIESHEIM AND BURGBROHL 

I am unable to connect the following Friesems I have found in my research to the others. It 
is quite probable that none of them was Jewish and, therefore, not related to our Friesem 
family. I also do not know from where they originally came. Attempts to make contact with 
those listed below who are still alive have been unsuccessful. 

Friesem, listed in the 1860-61 New Haven, CT City Directory. 

Abram P. Friesem, lives or lived in Sumner, TX. 

Adam Friesem, a laborer residing at 26 Summer Street, Springfield, OH, listed in the 1890 

and 1891 Springfield, OH City Directories. 
Adelbert C. Friesem, filed for a Civil War pension in Pennsylvania on April 22, 1930. Served 

with L4 NJ [New Jersey] Infantry during the Civil War. 
Alice Friesem, born about 1953, lives or lived in Clovls, CA and San Francisco, CA. 
Catherine Irene Friesem, lives or lived in Carmichael, CA. 
Clara J. Friesem, lives or lived in Racine, WI. 
David Joel Friesem, born around 1970, lives or lived in Overland Park, KS. He may be the 

son of Dr. Asher and Ricky Friesem, with an incorrect birthdate listing. 
Edward A. Friesem, born about 1975, lives or lived in La Jolla, CA. 
Elaine Friesem, born about 1947, lives or lived in Lincoln, NE. 
Floyd Andrew Friesem, born about 1931 , lives or lived in Fullerton, CA. 
George Friesem, lives or lived in Daytona Beach, FL. 
Hamilton Friesem, age 10, born in 1919, residing at 1 158 Brooklyn Avenue, Brooklyn, NY 

with his mother, Nereida Friesem, and his sister, Marjorie Friesem, according to the 

1930 U.S. Census. 
Helmut G. Friesem, lives or lived in Hollywood, FL. 
John Friesem, lives or lived in Seminole, TX. He may be the same John or Johnny Friesem 

mentioned on Page 437. 
John A. Friesem, a foreman in the Holyoke Paper Box Company, a boarder at 12 Mosher 

Street in Holyoke, MA in 1888 and at Springdale in Holyoke, MA in 1889. Listed in the 

I888 r 1889 and 1890 Holyoke, MA City Directories. 
Louise Friesem, a widow residing at 174 S. 9th Street, Brooklyn, NY, listed in the 1910 

Brooklyn City Directory. 
Maria Catharina Friesem, date of birth unknown, married Johannes Engels [1715- 1747] on 

September 13, 1738 in Barmen, Germany, and died in 1747. They had a son, Johann 

Caspar Engels, 
Marjorie Friesem, age 7, born in 1922, residing at 1 158 Brooklyn Avenue, Brooklyn, NY with 

her mother, Nereida Friesem, and her brother, Hamilton Friesem, according to the 1930 

U.S. Census. 
Marilyn F. Friesem, lives or lived in Fresno, CA. 
Michael Friesem, lives or lived in Denver, CO. 
Nereida Friesem, born in 1899 in Minnesota, head of the household in the 1930 U.S. Census 

residing at 1 158 Brooklyn Avenue, Brooklyn, NY with her son, Hamilton Friesem, age 10 

(born in 1919) and daughter, Marjorie Friesem, age 7, born in 1922. 
Pamela H. Friesem, born about 1944, lives or lived in Lancaster, PA and Chattanooga, PA. 
Robert A. Friesem, lives or lived in Mason, MI. 
Roy V. Friesem, lives or lived in Fresno, CA. He may be the Royce Friesem mentioned on Page 

437. 
Samia Sophia Friesem, born about 1955. Lived or lives in Atlanta, GA, Pine Lake, GA and 

Decatur, GA. 
Sebastian Friesem, a baker who was born in Germany about 1862-63 and arrived in New York 

from Bremen on February 13, 1882 on the Mosel at the age of 19. 



551 



THE GARTNER FAMHY FROM BRQHl 

RELATED TO THE DIEWALD FAMILY FROM MUNSTERMAIFELD 
AND THE HAAS FAMILY FROM PILLIG 

From Page 664 



\fAiso on Paaes 338.339) 


SIMON - JOHANNA 
DAHL 


GARTNER 



B. 



Forst 



D. 



Forst 



B. 



Wierschem 



D. 



Forst 



1 _,. 

JAKOB - SARA 


GAR" 


ITVIER 


B. 


B. 


D. 

Forst 
Occ.Cattle 
dealer 


D. 
Forst 



To Page 556 
From Page 260 



DAVID 

(David ben 

Simon) 

GARTNER 



GERTRUD 
MEYER 



B.I 805 
Forst 

D.I 884 
Binningen 
or Brohl 

[Buried in 

Binningen] 



- JULJANE 
GARTNER 



HESS 



To 

.Page 

553 



LOEB - SYBILLA 
GARTNER 
TREITEL> 
TRE1PEI 



B. 

D.1/20/1858 
Brohl 



B. 
D. 



B.9/18/1807 
Forst 

D.11/5/1875 
Bausendorf 
(Kreis Bernkas- 
tel/Wittlich) 



T 



B.1812 

Mayen 
D.4/6/1874 

Mayen 
ool835 

Mayen 
Qcc f putjcher 



B.1816 
Forst 

D.1897 
Mayen 



I 



JAKOB 



REGINA 
GARTNER 



TREIPEL 



B.1 2/24/1 838 


B.4/27/1837 


Mayen 


Brohl 


D. 


D.3/8/1903 


Mayen 




oo5/5/1862 


[Buried in 


Mayen 


Mayen] 


Occ. Merchant 




in Mayen 




[Klaus H.S. 




Schulte lists 




12/20/1836 




as his birth 




date.] 





(Also on Pace 586)\ 


HEINRICH - ANNA 


(Naftali ben GARTNER 


Chaim) 


HAAS 


B.6/14/1843 


B.9/17/1846 


Pillig 


Brohl 


D.I 0/25/1 905 


D.c.1924 


Pillig 


Euskirchen 


oc8/17/1876 




Munstermaifeld 




Occ.Cattle dealer 





1 



VANNI 



GARTNER 



B.3/16/1855 

Brohl 
D.4/2/1917 

Pillig 
[Buried in 
Mertloch] 



To Page 586 
552 



THE GARTNER FAMILY FROM BRQHL 
CHILDREN OF SIMON AND JOHANNA (DAHL) GARTNER 

Information on the Bernd Family compiled by Janet Isenberg 

FROM PAGE 552 

From 
Page 
339 



From 

Page_ 

552 



JACOB 



REGINA 
MARX 



GARTNER 



B.6/8/1818 

Forst 
D.1 1/1 1/1888 

Forst 
[Buried in 
Binningen] 



(Also I on Page 339) 



MARKUS - BARBARA 
(Mordechai) GARTNER 

PIEWAU) 



B. 

Gemunden 
D. 

Forst 

(age 82) 
[Buried in 
Binningen] 



B.2/12/1814 
Wierschem 

D.5/3/1881 
Wierschem 



B.c.1822 

Forst 
D.3/17/1879 

Wierschem 



To Page 342 



ADOLF 
(Abraham) 



1 



JOANNA 
GARTNER 



BERND 



B.4/28/1853 

Koblenz 
D.7/23/1908 

Koblenz 
col 2/30/1879 



B.6/15/1849 

Ruber 
D.7/29/1917 

Koblenz 




[Buried in 
Binningen] 




B.4/30/1880 


B.8/21/1881 


Koblenz 


Koblenz 


D. 


D.8/21/1881 




Koblenz 



SALLY - PAUU 


WOLFF 


BERND 


B.7/21/1883 


B.9/6/1892 


Koblenz 


Bad Munster- 


D.Holocaust 


eifel 


4/1/1942 


D.Holocaust 


Izbica, 


4/1/1942 


Poland 


Izbica, 


0,1920 


Poland 


Bad Munster- 




eifel 





To Page 554 
553 



ALFRED - ELSE 


DACHAUER 


BE 


RND 


B.3/16/1886 


B.4/3/1901 


Koblenz 


Eichstatt, 


D.Holocaust 


Bavaria 


4/1/1942 


D.Holocaust 


Izbica, 


4/1/1942 


Poland 


Izbica, 




Poland 



To Page 555 



THE GARTNER FAMILY FROM BRQHL 

RELATED TO THE DIEWALD FAMILY FROM MUNSTERMAIFELD 

AND THE HAA$ FAMILY FiftM PILUQ 
DESCENDANTS OF SIMON AND JOHANNA fDAHn GARTNER 

SON OF SALLY AND PAULA (WOLFFS BERND 



information on the Bernd Family compiled by Janet Isenberg 

FROM PAGE 553 



ADDIE - ELIZABETH ANN 
DRUCKER 

PERNP 



B.8/10/1921 

Koblenz 
D.7/23/2001 

Bronx, NY 
oo!2/25/1951 

New York 



B.2/22/1930 
Vienna 



DR. DR. 

STEVEN MATTHEW-PAULETTE SALLY 
(Ph.D.) BERND (Ph.D.) 

ERGE 



B.12/19/1956 
Brooklyn.NY 



oo8/7/1982 
Yonkers,NY 




B.1/21/1953 
New York 



B.9/10/1952 
Brooklyn,NY 



oo3/10/1984 
White Plains.NY 



ALEXANDER 




DAVID 




REBECCA 


BERND 




BERND 




BERND 


ERPE 




ERDE 




ERPE 



B.7/29/1955 
New York 



SCOTT 



ISEWE R g 



B.1/2/1987 
New York 



B.7/8/1990 
New York 



B.2/7/1993 
New York 



B.6/12/1987 
New York 



Occ.Student 



Occ.Student 



OccStudent 



OccStudent 



554 



THE GARTNER F AMILY FROM BRQHl 

RELATED TO THE DIEWALD FAMILY FROM MUN STERMAIFELD 

AND THZ HAA$ FAMILY FRQM PILLIQ 

DESCENDANTS QF SIMQN AND JQHANNA ( PAHU GARTNER 
CHILDREN OF ALFRED AND ELSE (DAC HAUER^ BERND 

FROM PAGE 553 




JOHANNA 



gERNP 



B.7/1 9/1926 
Koblenz 

D.Holocaust 
4/1/1942 
I zbica, Poland 

Occ.Student 



B.7/19/1926 
Koblenz 

D.Holocaust 
4/1/1942 
lzbica,Poland 

Occ.Student 



555 



THE GARTNER FAMILY FROM BROHL 
CHILDREN OF JAKOB AND SARA ( ) GARTNER 









FROM PAGE 552 


(Also on Paae 1 1 64) 






JUDA 


EVA 




(Treidel Isaac) 


FEIST 






(Maria/Mammel 








Veit) 






TREITEL 






B.1762 


B.c.1760 




Mayen 


Ediger 






D.I 2/1 8/1 835 


D.3/2/1830 






Mayen 


Mayen 






Occ. Retailer, 








Broker 










(Alsogn P% 


ae 1164 


) 






ISAAK 


NANETTA 
GARTNER 




TREI 


DEL 




B.1799 


B.C. 1803 




Ediger 


Brohl 




D. 


D.l/5/1858 
Mayen 




ool831 






Mayen 






Occ. Butcher 






To Pag* 


a 1164 









556 



THE GARTNER FAMILY F ROM BRQHL 

R^ATW TQ THf; DIZWAW FAMIJ.Y FROM MQNSTERMAIFELD 
AND THE HAAS FAMILY FROM PILUG 

POSSIBLY DESCENDANTS OF SIMON AND JOHANNA (DAHU GARTNER 
SON OF AND (,-,- ) GARTNER 



FROM PAGE 340? 




GARTNER> 
GAERTNER 



B. 

D.Holocaust 

Occ. 



B. 
D.Holocaust 



- MATILDE 
GARTNER 



B. 



B. 



(Brdhl>Berlin>New York) 



ALFRED - HENRIETTA 
"Henny" 
HERZ 
GARTNER> 
GAERTNER 


B.8/9/1895 

Brohl 
D.1 2/1 8/1 968 

New York 
Occ.Ciothing 
Business 

00 

To U.S. in 1936 


B.1 1/14/1901 

New York 
D.8/2/1983 

New York 

To U.S. in 1936 


(New 


York) 1 


ROBERT - INGE 

GARTNER> 
GAERTNER 
DANA 


B.5/27/1917 
Brooklyn.NY 

"2/15/1960 

New York 
Occ. Attorney 


B.2/15/1925 
Bonn 

Occ.Real Estate 
To U.S. in 1936 



To Page 558 
557 



[Alfred Gaertner died on the 
third day of Chanukah.] 



THE GARTNER FAMILY FROM RROHI 

RELATED TO THE D1EWALD FAMILY FROM MONSTERMAIFEID 
AND THF HAAS FAMII Y FROM Pll I ia 

POSSIBLE DESCENDANTS OF SIMON AND JOHANNA (DAHL) GARTNER 
CHILDREN OF ROBERT AND INGE (GARTNER) DANA 

FROM PAGE 557 



















JOSEF - STEFANI 
U\NGEL DANA 




DR. CHRISTOPHER-MONIQUE 
(M.D.) DANA 


DANA-LANGEL 




COMSTOCK 


B.7/19/1953 
Bonn 


B.6/15/1962 
New York 




B.5/ /1964 
New York 


B.2/15/1964 
New York 


»10/29/1989 
New York 


oo5/30/2004 
New York 




Occ.Real Estate 


Occ.Marketing Occ.Radiologist 


Occ.Banker 


JOSHUA STEFAN 




SARAH ISABELLA 






LANGEU 




LANGEL 









B.3/20/1995 
New York 



B.1 0/1 0/1 999 
New York 



Occ.Student 



558 



THE GQTTSCHALK FAMILY FROM KOTTENHEIM AND MAYEN 



The following abstract chart of the Gottschalk family was compiled from my charts and from 
material my colleague, the late Klaus H.S. Schulte, gathered for his 1995 book Zeugnisse 
jiidsichen Lebens in der Ost-Etfel - Das Familienbuch der Juden in May en bis urn 1875, I have 
attempted to connect as many of these Gottschalks to those in other families in this book as 
is possible. However, there were many Gottschalks in the region and I will leave it for 
another genealogist to expand on these charts. 



ISAAC 



QQTT SCHAIK 



B. 



D.Before 1763 



B. 

D. 



JACOB - SARA 

(Gottschalk Isaac) GOTTSCHALK 

GOTTSCHALK 



B. 

D.1/30/1815 
Mendig-ThUr 



B. 

D.2/25/1815 
Mendig-Thur 



ISAAC - SIBILLA 

(formerly (BILA BREILGEN 

AISEK GETSCHLIK) DAHL) 

(Beate Nathan) 
MAY 
OTTTSCHALK 



B.C. 1763 

Thar 
D.5/16/1836 

Kottenheim 
Occ.Butcher 



To Page 560 



To 

.Page 

565 



B. 

D.1 837-1 848 
Kottenheim 



559 



THE GQTTSCHAIK FAMILY FROM KO TTENHEIM ANO MAYEN 

DESCENDANTS OF JACOB AND SARA (GOTTSCHALIO GQTTSCHALK 

CHILDREN OF ISAAC AND SIBILLA (MAY^ GQTTSCHALK 

FROM PAGE 559 



JOSEPH - BESS 
LOEB 
JA CQ3 



ISAAC - DOROTHEA 
DANIEL 
SIMON 



B. 

D.After 1823 
Neuwied 



From 

Page_ 

559 



B. 

D.After 1823 
Neuwied 



B. 

D. 

Enkirch 
Occ. Merchant 



B. 



D. 



Enkirch 



JACOB - BARBARA 


SUSSMAN 


KAUFMANN 


B.I 799 


B. 


Volkesfeld 




D.12/15/1877 


D. 


Wehr 


Wehr 


Occ.Merchant 




1 





NATHAN - BERTHA 
(Nachum) JACOB 

[BETTE CAHN] 
SQTTSCHALX 



B.I 0/1 5/1 794 
Kottenheim 

D.8/24/1872 
Mayen 

oo9/25/1823 

Occ. Grocer 

in Mayen 
[Lived in 

Kottenheim in 

1808] 



B.7/15/1801 
Neuwied 

D.AfteM872 
Mayen 



± 



SALOMON-MARIA ANNA 
SIMON 
B.9/12/1810 

Enkirch 
D.1 1/13/1847 

Kottenheim 
oa7/7/1837 

Kottenheim 



- AMALIA 
KAUFMANN 
GQTTSCHALK 




To 

Page 

"563 



B.8/ /1 799 
Kottenheim 

D.4/29/1801 
Kottenheim 



B.4/27/1797 
Kottenheim 
D. 


B.5/18/1827 
Volkesfeld 

D. 


[Lived in Kotten- 
heim in 1808] 
To Pa 


ge 562 



HERMANN - WILHELMINE 
(Simon Joseph) "Mina" 

GOTTSCHALK 
gLWENTHAl 




B.3/4/1822 


B.1 1/23/1824 


B.9/16/1829 B.7/6/183< 


Ruppertshofen 


i Mayen 


Oberdrees/ Mayen 


D. 


D.8/1 1/1860 


Rheinbach 




Mayen 


D.1914 D.1892 


«>9/1/1851 




Lechenich Lechenich 


Mayen 




oo4/4/1859 


Occ.Merchant 




Mayen 

Occ.Salesman 
in Erfstadt- 
Lechenich 



HEINRICH - 



ESTER 

BONNEM 
B. 

D.6/17/1863 
Simmern 



- JOHANNA 
GOTTSCHALK 
KULLMANN 



To 
Page 
561 



B.8/24/1813 B.12/1/1834 

Simmern Mayen 

D. D. 

oo7/12/1864 

Mayen 
Occ.Wine dealer 
in Simmern 



560 



THE GOTTSCHALK FAMILY FROM KOTTENHEIM AND MAYEN 

DESCENDANTS OF JACOB AND SARA fGOTTSCHALlO GQTTSCHALK 

CHILDREN OF NATHAN ANP gERTHA (J A COB) GOTTS CHA L K 



FROM PAGE 560 



From 

Page. 

560 



JOSEPH 



GQTTSCHALK 



HEINRICH - HENRETTE HEINRICH - AMELIE 



GOTTSCHALK 



B AUMCARTEN 



B.c.l 833 

Mayen 
D.After 1871 

Polch 
Occ.Salesman 
in Mayen 



B.I 0/1 0/1 821 B.7/7/1837 
HOffelsheim Mayen 

D. D. 

ao8/28/1866 

Mayen 
Occ.Salesman in 

Bad Kreuznach 



B. 

D. 



WERTHEIMER 
B. 

D.9/24/1868 



- HELENE 
GOTTSCHALK 
COHEN 



B.12/15/1841 

Mayen 
D. 



oo4/14/1871 

Mayen 
Occ.Salesman in 

Dusseldorf 



561 



THE GQTTSCHALK FAMILY FROM KO TTENHEIM AND MAYEN 

DESCENDANTS OF JACOB AND SARA (GOTTSCHALIO G QTTSCHALK 

CHILDREN OF SALOMON AND MARIA ANNA (SIMONS GQTTSCHALK 



FROM PAGE 560 



ftfrttfflfrgtfi) 



BENJAMIN-WILHELMINE 
KRAMER 

HAAS 



B. 
D. 



I 



(HwhenbwQ) 



BARUCH - MINA 
DAVID 

om 



B. 
D. 



SALOMON - CAROLINE 
Jr. HAAS 

gpTTSCHALK 



B.5/5/1834 B.11/18/1839 

Obermendig Hottenbach 
D. D. 

oo8/22/1865 

Mayen 
Occ.A Tawer 
[one who 
prepares 
sheepskin for 
gloves] 



B. 
D. 



ISAAC - ELISABETH 
Jr. CAHN 

B.4/24/1834 
Hachenburg 
D. 

oo9/10/1867 
Maven 



GQTTSCHALK 



B.l 1/5/1837 B.4/24/1834 

Obermendig 
D. D. 



Occ. 



[After Isaac Jr's. death she left the 
Gottschalk household. However, the 
children persuaded her to stay by 
promising to divide their income with 
her.] 

From 
Page 
1251 



\(AlsoonPaae 1/257) 



SIEGMUND - CLARA 
WOLFF 

GQTTSCHALK 



B.2/22/1848 
Kottenheim 
D. 



B.8/19/1861 

Mertloch 
D.1917 



To Page 1251 



562 



THE GOTTSCHALK FAMILY FROM KOTTENHEIM AND MAYFN 

DESCENDANTS OF JACOB AND SARA (GOTTSCHAUO GOTTSCHALK 

CHILDREN OF ISAAC AND S1BILLA (MAY> GOTTSCHALK 

FROM PAGE 559 



JUDA - ROEHL 

SCHWEIG 
LIESER 



B. 



D. 



Mehrig 



From 

Page_ 

560 



B. 



D. 
Mehrig 



ISAAC 



(Also en Paae 155) 



- VERONIKA 
GOTTSCHALK 



ANSC H EL 



NATHAN - NANGEN 
II (Haendelen) 
GOTTSCHALK 
GOTTSCHALK 



To 

?_„Page 

564 



SAMUEL 



■ ESTER 
GOTTSCHALK 



B.6/8/1803 B.1 0/7/1 802 
(19 PrairiaIXt) Kottenheim 

Polch D. 

D/5/16/1876 Mayen 

Polch 
[Their house was in the small 
alley where the "Zuckerbackerin" 
had her house in Polch.] 



LIESER 



B. B.2/6/1805 

Kottenheim 

D.After 1 865 D.After 1 867 
Mayen 



B.c.1802 
Mehring 
D. 

«6/26/1832 
Mayen 



B.4/19/1810 
Kottenheim 
D. 



To Page 235 



563 



THE GQTTSCHALK FAMILY FROM KOTTENHEIM AND MAYEN 

DESCENDANTS OF JACOB AND SARA (GOTTSCHALIO GQTTSCHALK 

CHILDREN OF ISAAC AND SIBILLA f MAY^ GQTTSCHALK 



FROM PAGE 559 



From 
Page 
154 



From 

Page. 

563 



(AlwonPag? 154) 



JOSEF 

(Formerly 

Mauseher) 

(Yosef ben 

Moshe) 



FANNY 
MACHOL 
B. 

D.10/13/1827 
Pplch 



- MAGDALENA 
GQTTSCHALK 
ANSCHEL 



B.3/2/1795 B.c.1807 
Polch Obermendig 

D.3/10/1855 D. 
Polch 

001/19/1829 

Occ. Cattle 
dealer 



To Page 157 



564 



THE GQTTSCHALK FAMILY FROM KOTTENHEIM AND MAYEN 
CHILDREN OF JACOB AND SARA (GOTTSCHALIO GOTTSCHALK 

FROM PAGE 559 



From 

Pa 9 e _ 
559 





ELIAKOM - 
HA-KOHEN 

GQTTSCHALK 




B. [ B. 




D. J D. 




From ' 

Page 

426 | 


To 
Page 



570 



JOSEPH - ROSETTE 
SECKEL 

QQTTSCHAIK 



B. B. 

Bassenheim? 
D.After 1842 D.After 1842 
ThUr Thtir \ 

A 



Occ.Butcher, 
Grocer 



(Konigsfeld) 



JOSEPH 
KAHN 



- "SIEBEN" 
ROSENTHAL 



B. 
D. 



BERMAN - 
(Yissocher ben 

Eliakom) 
QQTT$CHALK 



\ (AIM on F$qe 43$) 



MARX 
(Old Name: 
Gjesher) 
(Mordechai ben 
Avraham Asher) 
FRJESEM 



CLARA 
GOTTSCHALK 
( bas 

Eliakim ha-Kohen) 



B. 

D. 

Occ.Cattle 
dealer 



B. 

D.9/15/1838 
Konigsfeld 



B.1 2/26/1803 
Burgbrohl 

D.9/2/1889 
Burgbrohl 

cl/23/1832 



B. 

Obermendig 
D.5/2/1873 

Burgbrohl 



To Page 438 

From Page 306 
?f 



ISAAK - REBEKKA 
GOTTSCHALK 

GQTTSCHALK 



MAYER - GERTRUDA 
GERSON 

GOTTSCHALK 



I (Also on Page 3p{) 



KALLMANN - 



HANNA 
KEMPENICH 



CQTTSCHAIK 



To 
-Page 
566 



B.8/1 5/1804 B.5/2/1804 


B.c.1 811 


ThOr Konigsfeld 


Thur 


D. D. 


D.l 1/15/1872 




May en 


«8/24/1842 




Kottenheim 




Occ.Merchant 




in ThUr 





B.c.1817 

Laufersweiler 
D.5/31/1865 

Mayen 



B. 



D.Before 1914 



B.c.l 825 

Sessart 
D.7/27/1914 
Niederzissen 



To Page 306 



565 



THE GOTTSCHALK FAMILY FROM KQTTENHEIM AND MAYEN 
P O S SIBLE QTHER FAMILY MEM8ZRS 

FROM PAGE 565 



From 
Page. J 
565 , 



(Also on Page 5 66A) 



B. 
D. 



JACOB -MAGDALENA 
MAYER 

WTTSQHAIK 



IB. 

f 

ID. 

I 

i 



(Also on Page 354) 



ELIESAR - AMALIE 
(ben Yaakov) (bat Bonem) 
KAUFMANN 
GOTTSCHALK 



B. 



D. 



B.1842 

Binningen 
D.6/ /1 911 



ABRAHAM- NANETTE 
LIEBMANN 
KANN 



B. 



Dyenbroich/ 
Hunnsruck 



D. 



B. 

Bachernich/ 

Rhine 
D. 

Ahrweiler 



ABRAHAM - MINA 
KANN 

GOTTSCHALK 



B.5/24/1829 
Konigsfeld 

D.I 1/29/1904 
Ahrweiler 



8.2/10/1831 

Doerroburg 
D.5/11/1911 
Koln 



To Page 580 



[Buried in 
Beilstein] 



566 



THE GOTTSCHALK FAMILY FROM NIEDERZISSEN 
DESCENDANTS OF JACOB AND MAGDALENA (MAYER) GOTTSCHALK 



(Also on Page 566) 



POSSIBLY FROM PAGE 566 
From Page 357 



JACOB -MAGDALENA 
MAYER 

GOTTSCHALK 



B. 
D. 



3. 

D. 



(AiSQ on Page 357) 



MOSES - FANNY 
(Jechiel/Moshe INDEMAY 

benYaakov) B.2/11/1839 
1*1/29/1867 

D.2/26/1883 
Niederzissen 



- REGINA 
FABER 
GOTTSCHALK 



B.8/20/1837 
Dedenbach 

D.3/22/1891 
Niederzissen 

-7/9/18.83 



B.3/27/1842 

Mertloch 
D. 



[Fanny (Fredericka) Indemay was the daughter of 
Michel Nathan Indemay and Juliana Lorant 
from Niederzissen.] 



From 
Page 

430 

1 



(Also on 


Page ldS2) 


JOSEPH 


MINA 




GOTTSCHALK 


KAHN 


B.9/19/1867 


B.l/4/1877 


Niederzissen 


Niederzissen? 


D.Holocaust 


D.Holocaust 


Theresienstadt 


Auschwitz 


»10/19/1900 


After 2/14/1944 


Niederzissen 


(Official Date: 1945) 


Occ.Butcher 





MftpppPfrw W5%) 



JAKOB 



■ MINA 
CAHN/KAHN 



GOTTSCHALK 



fBodendorf) 



To 
_Page 
566B 



BERNHARD - 



ROSALIA 
KAHN 



gpTTSCHAUK 



B.l/21/1868 
Niederzissen 
D.Holocaust 

Minsk 
Occ.Cattle 
dealer 



B.1 1/24/1870 
Niederzissen 

D.Holocaust 
Minsk 
1941 



B.5/20/1870 
Niederzissen 
D.Holocaust 
Minsk 



B.3/7/1878 

Horhausen 

D.Holocaust 

Minsk 
Occ.Butcher 



To Page 1052 



To Page 566C 



566A 



THE GQTTSCHALK FAMILY FROM NIEDERZISSEN 

DESCENDANTS OF JACOB AND MAGDALENA (MAYERS GQTTSCHALK 

CHILDREN OF MOSES AND FANNY (INDEMAY) GQTTSCHALK 



FROM PAGE 566A 



From 
Page 
430 



From 

Page_ 

566A 



OWffP QP Pflfife 437) \ 



GUSTAF - JOSEPHINE 
"Phina" 
FR1ESEM 

GQTTSCHAIK 



B.2/17/1872 
Niederzissen 

D.Holocaust 
Theresienstadt 

oo3/19/1901 

[He and his 
daughter, 
Berta, 
moved from 
Niederzissen 
to Mohlerstr.6 
in Frankfurt on 
3/14/1938] 



SIEGMUND - 



M1NA 
MEYER 



GQTTSCHALK 



B. 1/23/1 879 

Burgbrohl 
D.5/ /1 920 
[not in Niederzissen] 



B.8/ /1874 B. 

Niederzissen Reichelsheim 
D. D.8/17/1939 

Niederzissen 



To Page 567 



566B 



THE G QTTSCHALK FAMHY FRQM NIE DERZIS S E N 

DESCENDANTS OF JACOB AND MAQQALENA (MAYER ) GOTTSCHAL K 

CHILDREN OF JACOB AND M1NA (CAHN) GQTTSCHALK 



FROM PAGE 566A 



(Oberwesel) 



MAX - ERNA 

TRUM-GERSON 

GQTTSCHALK 



B.I 898 
Niederzissen 



B.I 905 
Gau-Odernheim 



RABBI DR. - JEANNIE 
ALFRED SCHRAG 

B.1933 
Brooklyn.NY 



- DEANNA 
ZEFF 

SQTTSCHAIK 



B.1930 
Koblenz 



B.1939 
Cincinnati.OH 



Occ.President 
of Hebrew 
Union College- 
Jewish Insti- 
tute of Religion 
(1971-1995). 

[See Page 566F] 



(Schoneberg) \ 


JACOB - FRIEDA 
GOTTSCHALK 

LILIEMTHAL 


B.1895 

D.Holocaust 
Minsk 
1942 


B.1899 

Niederzissen 
D.Holocaust 

Minsk 

1942 


1 


EDITH 
LILIEMTHAL 




WALTER 
UUENTHAL 



(Ntefaki&en) 



SALLY 



GOTTSCHALK 



B.1901 

Niederzissen 
D.Holocaust 

Auschwitz 

1942 



B.I 924 

D.Holocaust 
Minsk 
1942 



B.1932 

D.Holocaust 
Minsk 
1942 



MARC HILLEL - DEVI 

CORRIGAN 

OOTTS C HALK 



B.JOSEPH -RACHEL LISA 
GOTTSCHALK 

BRENNER 



B.1956 
Cincinnati ,OH 



Occ.lnvestment 
Counselor 



B.1956 B.1949 

Terre Haute.lN Baltimore,MD 



Occ.Artist, 
Educator 



Occ.Time-Warner 
Music 



To Page 566D 



B.1959 
Reseda, C A 



Occ.Artist/Music 
Theatre Executive 



To Page 566E 
566C 



THE GOTTSCHALK FAMILY FRO M NIEDERZISSEN 

DESCENDANTS OF JACOB AND MAGDALENA (MAYERS GQTTSCHALK 

CHILDREN OF MARC HILLEL AND DEVI (CORRIGAN^ GOTTSCHALK 



FROM PAGE 566C 



















1 






ATARA ROSALIE 
GOTTSCHALK 




DANIA 
GOTTSCHALK 




SARA 
GOTTSCHALK 



B.I 982 



B.1984 



B.1988 



Occ.Student 



Occ.Student 



Occ.Student 



566D 



THE GQTTSCHALK FAMILY FROM NIEDERZISSEN 
DESCENDANTS QF JACOB AND MAGDALE NA (MAYER) GOTTSCHALK 

CHILDREN QF JOSEPH AND RACHEL (QQTTSCHALK) BRENNER 



FROM PAGE 566C 



-Twins- 



-L 



NATHAN 



BRENNER 



B.2000 



I 



EVAN 



SRENNER 



B.2000 



Occ.Student 



Occ.Student 



566E 



THE GOTTSCHALK FAMILY FROM NIEDERZISSEN 

DESCENDANTS OF JACOB AND MAGDALENA (MAYER) GQTTSCHALK 

BIOGRAPHY OF RABBI DR. ALFRED GOTTSCHALK 

Adapted from the Internet and Personal Conversations with Dr. Gottschalk 
SON OF MAX AND ERNA (TRUM-GERSONH GQTTSCHALK 

FROM PAGE 566C 

Rabbi Dr. Alfred Gottschalk was born in Koblenz in 1930. He was President of Hebrew 
Union College- Jewish Institute of Religion from 1971 to 1995, His papers consist of 
correspondence with political and religious leaders worldwide. Includes Menachem Begin, 
Ronald Reagan, George Bush, Jimmy Carter, Bill Clinton, Abba Eban, Elie Weisel, and Max 
Kampelman among others. 

On the morning after Kristallnacht in November, 1938, eight-year-old Alfred Gottschalk 
walked with his grandfather, Gustav Gerson, to the Oberwesel synagogue, where Nazi thugs 
desecrated the Shul by pouring tar on the altar and Talmud, tore up prayer books, stole 
candlesticks and anything else of value and tossed the Ark and its sacred scroll into a stream 
leading to the Rhine. Gerson, a lay leader of the synagogue, collected the Torah scroll fragments 
that lay on the floor and in the nearby river. He handed them to young Alfred. "One day," 
Gerson declared, "you'll put them together again." 

The holy scraps of parchment disappeared with Gerson, who died of natural causes before 
the Holocaust. And the memory of Kristallnacht was forgotten by his grandson, who immigrated 
to the United States with his parents in 1939 and grew up in Brooklyn, NY. In 1970 he was 
preparing a speech to deliver for his inauguration as HUC President. His son, Marc Hillel, 
prodded him to mention the events that shaped his life - including Kristallnacht. 

The sight that forever embedded itself In the Alfred's mind was that of his grandfather, 
Jacob Gottschalk - later to perish in Hitler's gas chambers - wading into the freezing water of 
the stream to salvage scraps of the artifacts. As the old man handed the fragments to his 
grandson, he said: "Hold these close to your heart. One day we will put them back together 
again." 

Six decades later, Dr. Alfred Gottschalk can say that he kept his grandfather's promise 
during nearly a half century as a student, professor and administrator at Hebrew Union College, 

"I will never forget the nightmare of Nazism," said Dr. Gottschalk, the chancellor and 
former president of HUC. "Yet out of it emerged a dream. That dream possesses me like an 
unbendable resolution: To piece together scraps and bits and restore them to unfragmented 
unity." 

For Dr. Gottschalk, that journey began In the picturesque German town where his family 
had been prosperous wine, grain and hide dealers for two centuries. His grandmother had been 
one of the first woman mayors in the Weimar Republic, and the family led a well-to-do life - 
until anti-Semitism began building in the late 1930s. 

The "town cop," a non-Nazi, saved Gottschalk's family from the Holocaust by warning his 
father in 1938 that the Gestapo planned to arrest him. Max Gottschalk fled to Rotterdam via an 
underground escape route and later reached New York. With the help of relatives, he was able to 
get his wife, Erna, and son out of Germany In August 1939, only weeks before Hitler attacked 
Poland. Other family members, though, delayed leaving Germany until it was too late. During 
the war, Dr. Gottschalk's grandfathers, aunts and uncles were murdered by the Nazis. 

In Brooklyn, where the Gottschalks arrived with only $10, their former life of ease was 
replaced with one of gray poverty in a cramped apartment. A garment manufacturer who helped 
refugees gave both parents $7-a-week jobs, and Alfred aided the family's finances by peddling 
newspapers and magazines. 



566F 



THE gQTTSCHAlK FAMHY FROM NIEPERZISS^N 

DESCENDANTS OF JACOB AND MAGDALENA (MAYER) GOTTSCHALK 

BIOGRAPHY QF RAPBI PR, ALFRE D G OTT SCHALK 

SON OF MAX AND ERNA (TRUM-QERSON) GOTTSCHALK 

CONTINUED FROM PAGE 566F 

At nine, he entered public school, wearing his tederhosen and speaking no English. He 
stayed up late night after night to tackle the strange new language. He was first attracted to the 
rabbinate at 13, when a rabbi who had taken an interest in him began taking him to 
Manhattan to hear prominent Jewish leaders preach. "I felt I had been spared for a purpose - to 
be of service to my people and their faith," Dr. Gottschalk says. 

At 6 feet and 175 pounds, he played guard on the Brooklyn Boys' High School football 
team and the semi-pro Bay Ridge Americans. Although both Brown and Brandeis offered him a 
scholarship, he decided to attend Brooklyn College so that he could remain with his mother, 
widowed when his father died when Dr. Gottschalk was 16. 

Dr. Gottschalk simultaneously attended two colleges - majoring in philosophy at Brooklyn 
College and at night studying the Bible, Hebrew, archaeology and other subjects at the Jewish 
Institute of Religion, which merged with Hebrew Union in 1950. 

After graduating from Brooklyn College in 1951, Dr. Gottschalk came to Cincinnati to 
enroll at HUC. After Dr. Gottschalk was ordained in 1957, Dr. Glueck asked him to go to Los 
Angeles to become dean of the new branch that the college had opened there three years before. 
Fourteen years later, when Dr. Glueck died, Dr. Gottschalk succeeded him to become HUC's 
sixth president. HUC was founded by Rabbi Dr. Isaac Mayer Wise in 1875. 

In 1972, Dr. Gottschalk ordained the first woman rabbi in history, Salty Preisand, the first 
of more than 200 women ordained over the next quarter century. 

He also ordained the first reform rabbi in Israel in 1980 and Israels first woman rabbi in 
1992, and invested the first woman cantor in 1975. 

On the Clifton campus, he opened the Skirball Museum, one of the largest Jewish 
museums in the Midwest, with a permanent display that includes one of the original Qumran 
Jars containing a Dead Sea Scroll. 

Dr. Gottschalk's stature led Israel's heads of state and religious leaders to seek him out for 
advice. And he was selected to deliver an invocation at President Reagan's inauguration In 
1985. But that did not stop Dr. Gottschalk from sharply criticizing Reagan months later when 
he decided to visit a German military cemetery where 47 SS officers are buried, a choice Dr. 
Gottschalk called "an unthinkable thing to do as an American president." 

In 1996, Dr. Gottschalk, then 69, stepped down as president to become HUC's first 
chancellor, serving as the college's principal planner and fund-raiser. 

"And as difficult as it sometimes seems, trust the future," he said. 



566G 



THE G QTTS CHALK FA MIL Y FRQM N IEDERZISSE N 
DESCENDANTS OF JACOB AND MAGDALENA (MAYERS GQTTSCHALK 

CHUPREN OF GUSTAF AND JOSEPHINE (FR1ESEM) GQTTSCHALK 



FROM PAGE 566B 




Niederzissen? 
D.Holocaust 
[She and her 
father, Gustaf, 
moved from 
Niederzissen 
to Mohlerstr. 6 
in Frankfurt on 
3/14/1938] 



AUGUSTA 



GQTTSCHALK 



8.1901 

Niederzissen? 
D.Holocaust 



MORITZ 



GQTTSCHALK 



8.12/12/1906 
Niederzissen 
D.Holocaust 
[He moved from 
Niederzissen 
to Hermann 
Goringstr.103 
in Bad Naunheim 
on 5/24/1938.] 



(T$l Aviv) 



HEINZ JOEL - 
(Yesheftel) 



JOHANNA 
GQTTSCHALK 



SHEFTELOWITZ 



B.9/20/1904 

Breslau 
D. 10/27/ 1972 

Tel Aviv 

Occ.lsrael's Egg 
and Poultry 
Board 



B.6/22/1903 
Niederzissen 

D.I 984 
Kfar Saba, Israel 



To 
_Page 
569 



JOSEPH - MIRYAM 
STERN 
SHEFTELOWITZ> 
SHEFFET* 



B.I 0/30/1 942 
Gan-Hashomron, 
Israel 

«>11/27/1967 

Tel Aviv 
Occ. Attorney 
* = Name changed 



B.5/23/1943 
Geneva, Switzerland 



Occ.Publisher 



TAMAR 
SHEFFET 



OREN MICHAEL 



.SHEEEEL 



To 
.Page 
"568 



DR. DAPHNA 

SHEFFET 

(M.D.) 



B.4/9/1969 
Jerusalem 



B.7/5/1971 
Jerusalem 



B.7/1 3/1972 
Jerusalem 



Occ. Attorney 



Occ. Clinical 
Psychologist 



Occ. Physician 



567 



THE GQTTSCHALK FAMILY FROM NIEDERZISSEN 

DESCENDANTS OF JACOB AND „ ( . ) GOTTSCHALK 

CHILDREN OF JOSEPH AND MIRYAM (STERN) SHEFFET 



FROM PAGE 567 



From 

Page_ 

567 



AMIR JOEL 



SHEFFFT 



B.9/1/1978 
Jerusalem 



Occ.Economics and 
Arts student, 
amateur photo- 
grapher and 
painter 



568 



THE SQTTSCHALK FAMHY FRQM NIEPERZISSEN 

PES C ENPANTS QF J A COB ANP ,.. f , ) QQTTSCHA I K 

CHILDREN OF GUSTAF AND JOSEPHINE (FRIESEM) GOTTSCHALK 



FROM PAGE 566 



From 
Page_ 



567 



GABRIEL - MARTHA 


"Briel" GOTTSCHALK 


STERN 


B.9/29/T899 


B.4/18/1905 


Chmielnik, 


Niederzissen 


Poland 




D.1 1/16/1961 


D.8/8/1995 


Pittsburgh,PA 


Pittsburgh, PA 


oo6/11/1927 




Niederzissen 




Occ. Furrier 





(LondQn) 



WERNER 



HEDWIG 
GOTTSCHALK 
B.1912 

Niederzissen? 
D.I 949 
London 



RITA 



ROSENBAUM 



B. 



B. 



Bremen 




B.8/15/1919 
Nasielsk,Poland 

D.3/23/1993 
Pittsburgh, PA 

oo10/19/1952 
Pittsburgh.PA 

Occ. Beer Distributor 



B.5/10/1928 

Duisberg 
D.7/ 16/2003 

Pittsburgh,PA 



JANE 
ROSENBAUM 



B. 



RABBI RICHARD A . - LYNN C. 



ILSM KRQNZEK 




B.6/2/1954 
Pittsburgh.PA 



oo12/28/1980 
Pittsburgh, PA 

Occ.Attorney, 
Rabbi of Burbank [CA] 
Temple Emanu El 



B.4/8/1955 
Pittsburgh.PA 



Occ. Women's Director- 
Long Beach ,CA 
Jewish Federation 



B.7/25/1957 
Pittsburgh f PA 

D.8/25/2001 
Pittsburgh, PA 



ROBERT ABRAHAM 
(Avram Yisroel) 

FLQM 



B.12/1/1994 
Los Angeles,CA 

Occ.Student 



569 



THE GOTTSCHALK FAMILY FROM KQTTENHEIM AND MAYEN 
CHILDREN OF JACOB AND SARA (GOTTSCHALIO GOTTSCHALK 

FROM PAGE 559 



From 

Page_ 

565 



SALOMON 



JUDITH 
CAHN 



GOTTSCHALK 



B. 

D.Before 1875 
Thur 



B. 
D. 



Thur 



B.c.1819 

Thar 
D.4/27/1875 D.After1875 

May en Mayen 

00 00 

Occ.Merchant 
in Mayen 



From 
Page 
393 



From 
Page 
605 



B. 



D. 



\(Also on Page 393) 



I 



To 

.Page 

571 



LEVI - KENNEL 
(Caroline) 
FEU 
GOTTSCHALK 



(AfsQonPaqeGQQ)] 



ABRAHAM - SIBILLA 

GOTTSCHALK 

HER2 



B.7/3/1792 
Oberzissen 

D.7/31/1856 
Oberzissen 



B. 

D.5/1/1850 
Dieblich 



To Page 393 



B.c.1776 

D.5/3/1840 
Dieblich 



To Page 611 




ISAAK 



CAROLINE 
HEYMANN 



QQTTSCHAIK 



D.After 1 873 
ThQr 



Occ.Merchant 
in Mayen 



B. 



D.2/14/1849 



GOTTFRIED 



GOTTSCHALK 



HERMANN - REGINA 
SALOMON 

GQTTSCHALK 



B.C. 1845 

Thur 
D. 



B.I 2/28/1 846 B.7/3/1843 

Thur Kruft 

D. D. 



Occ.Merchant 
in Mayen 



oo7/30/1873 

Mayen 
Occ.Merchant 
in Mayen 



570 



THE GOTTSCHALK FAMILY FROM KOTTENHEIM AND MAYEN 
POSSIBLE OTHER FAMILY MEMBERS 

FROM PAGE 570 



From 














Page, _ 


570 | 


(Braubach) i 




MAYER - HELENE 




GOTTSCHALK 




LOEB 




B.C. 1750 


B.C. 1772 






Langscheid/Diez 




ISACK - BERTHA 


D.4/3/1802 


D.7/4/1866 


ABRAHAM 


Rieden 


Mayen 


MEYER 


00 




B. 


B. 


Occ.Merchant 


D.After1818 


D.1818 


in Rieden 


Niederlahnstein 

1 


Niederlahnstein 


I 
LOEB - GnTE 




i 
MOSES - EVA 




(Leib Meyer) ISACK 




(Mosheben LOEWENHERTZ 
Yakov Avraham) 




LOEWENBACH 




KOPPEL 




B.6/13/1791 


B.C. 1790 




B. B.I 799 




Rieden 


Niederlahnstein 


D. 


D.4/25/1860 D. D.6/14/1865 




Mayen Dieblich 


"2/24/1818 




Mayen 




Occ.Butcher. 




[Learned trade 




from Isaac 




Gottschalk 




(Page 559)] 




[Lived in 


[Lived in 


Kottenheim 


Kottenheim 


in 1808] 


in 1808] 


To Pa 


ge572 













571 



THE GQTTSCHMK FAMILY FROM KQTTENHEIM ANP MAYEN 

CHILDREN OF LQEB AND GITTE HSACIO LQEWENBACH 



FROM PAGE 571 



(Kierbura) 



LAZARUS - SARA 

LIEBMANN 
MENPEL 



B. 
D. 



3. 

D. 



ISAAK 



- (CAROLINE 
FROHLING 
B.ll/21/1832 

Wehr 
D.I 2/1 1/1868 

Mayen 
°°8/14/1862 

Maven 



MANNEL 



ROSINE 
LOEWENBACH 



MENDEL 



HELENE 
MAYER 
LOEWE N BACH 



B.6/29/1834 

Mayen 
D. 



B.9/30/1831 

Nickenich 
D. 



B.1/8/1830 

Kierburg 

by Hachenburg 
D. D. 

oo7/16/1862 

Mayen 
Occ.Private Teacher 
in Mayen 



B.12/7/1832 



-6/17/1869 
Mayen 



572 



T H E G OTTSCHALK FAMILY FRQM KQTTENHEIM ANP MAYEN 

POSSIBLE OTHER FAMILY MEMBERS 
FROM PAGE 572 



From 

Page- 
571 



B. 

D. 



SQTTSCHAIK 



KAROLINE 
GOTTSCHALK 



B.5/12/1856 
D. 



(Brooklvn.NY) 



HERBERT - FRIEDEL 
GOTTSCHALK 

BUXBAUM 



B. 



Marburg 



B.1933 
Sinzig 




From 
Page 
1047 



\(Also on Page 1048) 
| (PodendQrf) 



BERNHARD - ROSALIA 
KAHN 

GOTTSCHALK 



B.1870 

D. Holocaust 
Occ.Butcher 



B.1878 

Horhausen 
D.Holocaust 



From 
Page 
1048 



($in?iq) 



MAX 



BELLA 
GEISEL 



GOTTSCHALK 



B.1901 

Bodendorf 
D.5/7/1990 

Brooklyn,NY 



B.I 905 

D.1993 
Brooklyn,NY 



(Also on Page 728) 



MARK - RUTH 

GOTTSCHALK 

LEVY 



STEVEN - KAREN 
BUXBAUM 

BLOMBERG 



B. 



B. 



To Page 57 3 A 
573 



(Also on Page W48) 
(Heimersheim) 




To 
.Page 
575 



B.I 903 

Bodendorf/Ahr 
D.I 970 

New York 



B.1912 

Horhausen 



MICHAEL - ALICE 

GOTTSCHALK 

ACERNQ 



B.4/17/1942 B.I 0/1 9/1 945 B. 



To Page 728 



B. 



To Page 574 



THE gpTTSCMALK FAMILY FROM BQPENPQRF 
SON OF STEVEN AND KAREN fBUXBAUM) BLOMBERG 



FROM PAGE 573 



KEITH 



BLOMBERG 



B. Prior to 
June, 1990 



573A 



THF GOTTSCHAI K FAMII Y FROM BODFNDORF 
CHILDREN OF MICHAEL AND ALICE (GOTTSCHALIO ACERNO 



FROM PAGE 573 

















PETER 

ACERNO 




STEPHEN 

ACERNO 



B. 



B. 



B. 



B. 



574 



THE GOTTSCHALK FAMILY FROM BODENDORF 
CHILDREN OF BERNHARD AND ROSALIA (KAHN) GQTTSCHALK 



From 

Page.. 
573 



(KQMem>Baltim<?r? t MD) 



JACOB 



IRMA 
FRANK 



QQT T SC HALK 



FROM PAGE 573 



B.1905 B.1903 

Bodendorf Kirchberg 

D.1985 D.1979 

Baltimore, MD Baltimore,MD 



575 



THE GQTTSCHALK FAMILY 
POSSIBLE OTHER FAMILY MEMBERS 

FROM PAGE 573 





- 




GOTTSCHALK 


B. 




B. 


D. 




D. 



I (Also on Paae 442) 



LEOPOLD - MARIANNE 
"Jennie" 
FRIESEM 
9QTTSCHAIK 



B. 



D. 



Nauen (near 
Berlin) 



B.9/5/1847 
Burgbrohl 

D. 
Nauen (near 
Berlin) 



576 



THE GQTTSCHALK FAMILY FROM KQTTENHEIM AND MAYEN 
POSSIBLE OTHER FAMILY MEMBERS 

FROM PAGE 576 



SAMUEL - FRIEDA 
RINDSBERG 

GQTTSCHALK 



B.I 0/6/1 877 

ThOr 
D.3/2/1940 



B.4/23/1881* 

Bavaria 
D.7/26/1949 



* The deportation lists show a 
Frieda Gottschalk, born 
Rindsberg, born 7/16/1892 
who lived in Thur and was 
r(Ptofi15P). 



missing 



HERBERT - FRIEDA 

FLEISCHMANN 

GQTTSCHALK 



B.7/23/1910 

Thur 
D.4/10/1976 

New York 

00 

Occ. Grocer 
To U.S. in 1938 



B.I 0/29/1 911 

D.5/12/1960 
New York 



To U.S. in 1938 



LAWRENCE - SANDRA 

GOTTSCHALK 

GRESACK 



FRANCES 



GQTTSCHALK 



FRED - HERTHA 




KAUFMANN 




GOTTSCHALK 




B.3/30/1912 


B.1/6/1908 




ThOr 


Mayen 


D.5/19/1984 


D.7/3/1999 


New York 


New York 


~10/16/1938 




Occ.Crankshaft 




Business 




To U.S. in 1936 


To U.S. in 1936 



To Page 578 



B.4/26/1942 
New York 

Occ. Mortgages 



B.7/10/1946 
New York 

Occ .Finance 



B.3/5/1950 
New York 



Occ.Accountant 



JEFFREY 



AMIE 
HIRSCHFIELD 



G RESACK 



B.1/18/1970 
Livingston, N J 

Occ.Computers 
Quality 
Assurance 



ADAM 



- MELANIE 
GRESACK 



SK AM \ 



B.6/10/1971 
New York 

Occ.Audiologist 



B.5/8/1971 



,IL 



Occ.lndustriai 
Engineer 



HARRISON 



6RESACK 



KAREN 



GRESACK 



B.2/24/1972 B.5/14/1974 
Livingston,NJ Livingston,NJ 

OccTeacher Occ. Cardiovascular 
Technician 



SAMUEL 



CRESACK 



J_ 



HALEY ELIZABETH 
Kayla 
SKAl^ 



B.l/27/2002 B.7/31/2004 

Morristown.NJ Morristown,NJ 



B.2/1 9/2004 
St.Augustine.FL 



To 

J^age 

579 



577 



THE QQTTSCHAIK FAMILY FROM KQTTENHEIM ANP MAYEN 

DESCENDANTS OF AND ( ) GOTTSCHALK 

CHIIPREN OF FREP ANP HERTHA (KAUFMANN) gQTTSCHAlK 



FROM PAGE 577 




Twins- 



-| 



EDWARD - SUSAN 

GOTTSCHALKl 

BUHN 



B.2/8/1939 3.8/11/1941 



B.6/10/1941 



JEFFREY - LISA 

DIAMOND 

REEVES 



DAVID 



DIAMOND 



B.8/1 1/1941 



MARC - MELISSA 
SHIMMEL 

BUBiN 



8. 



Occ.Sales 



B.6/17/1972 B.l 2/1 3/1 967 B.I 0/25/1 965 
,TX New York New York 



CAfTLYN 



8EEYE? 



B.5/20/2003 
,CA 



Occ. Movie 
Industry 



oclO/9/1993 
Occ. Marketing 



ADAM 



JUDY 



RUBIN 



B.10/25/1967B.3/3/1968 
New York New York 



Occ. Social 
Worker 



oo 5/23/1999 
Occ.Sales 



B.11/10/1965 
New York 



Occ.Sales 




GARRETT 



RUBIN 



B.5/19/1998 B.5/9/2001 
,PA ,NJ 



B.2/29/2000 B.l 2/1 1/2003 
,FL ,FL 



578 



THE GOTTSCHALK FAMILY FROM KOTTENHEIM AND MAYEN 
POSSIBLE OTHER FAMILY MEMBERS 

CHILDREN QF SAMUEL AND FRIEDA (R1NDSBERQ) QQTTSCHAIK 

FROM PAGE 577 



From 

Page_ 

577 



RICHARD - CLEMENTINE 
GOTTSCHALK 

KAUFMAN 



B.8/13/1905 B.10/14/1913 

Thur 
D.5/1/1976 D.2/14/1999 
New York 

CO 

Thur 
Occ.Tailor Occ.Dressmaker Supervisor 

To U.S. in 193.. To U.S. in 193.. 



ERNEST 



■ ALMA 
GOTTSCHALK 



SlLVERPERg 



B.7/21/1916 

New York 
D.8/1 1/1989 



Occ.Post Office 



B.12/9/1919 

Thur 
D.I 2/1 7/1983 

Bronx,NY 



Occ.Waitress 
To U.S. in 1940 



NICHOLOS - STELLA 

SILVERBERG 
(Divorced) 

KQLQTOURQS 



B. 



Greece 



Occ.Reaturateur 



B.12/3/1950 
New York 



Occ.Medical Supervisor 



ALEXANDRA 
KOLOTOROS 



B.3/5/1976 



Occ. Registered Nurse 



579 



THE GOTTSCHALK FAMILY FROM KQNISSFgp 
CHILDREN OF ABRAHAM AND MINA (KANN) GQTTSCHALK 



FROM PAGE 566 



ADOLF 



ROSALIE 
BERNSTEIN 



STERNFELD 



B.5/25/1848 

Rehrig 
D. 



B. 



D.I 2/29/1 906 



SIMON 



- JOHANNA 
STERNFELD 



GOTTSCHALK 



B.3/15/1867 

Konigsfeld 
D.Holocaust 

Theresienstadt 

1943 



SIX OTHER SONS, 
THREE DAUGHTERS 



B.3/20/1876 

Malie 
D.8/24/1924 

Blankenburg 



[SEE PAGE 583] 



KURT 



B. 

D. 



QOTTSCHAIK 



FRITZ 



GOTTSCHALK 



SIMON 



GOTTSCHALK 



B.1/21/1916 B. 
Berlin 



B. 
D. 



B. 



B. 

D. 



B. 



To 
.Page 
582 




JOANNA 
GOTTSCHALK 



B. 



B.9/9/1936 B.2/25/1955 



B.4/24/1963 



To Page 581 



580 



THE GOTTSCHA LK FAMILY FROM KONIGSFELD 

DESCENDANTS OF ABRAHAM AND MINA (KANNH GQTTSCHALK 

CHILDREN OF AND fGOTTSCHALIO 







FROM PAGE 580 





























B.1961 



B.I 962 



B.1969 



581 



THE QQTTSCHAIK FAMILY FROM KONICSFELD 

DESCENDANTS QF ABRAHAM AND MINA fKANN) GQTTSCHALK 

CHILDREN OF SIMON AND JOHANNA (STERNFELD) GQTTSCHALK 



FROM PAGE 580 



From 

Page_ 

580 



WALTER - 



SQTTSCHALK 



B. 
D. 



3. 



1 (England) 



PETER 



B.1936 



GQTTSCHAIK 
B. 



582 



THE GQTTSCHALK FAMILY FROM KONIGSFELD 
POSSIBLE DESCENDANT OF ABRAHAM AND MINA (KANN) GOTTSCHALK 

FROM PAGES 566, 580 



HESS 



CURA 
JOSEPH 



B. 
D. 



J JOSEPH 
6QTTSCHAIK 



B. B. 

Konigsfeld 
D.5/20/1985 

Santiago.Chile 




583 



THE HAAS FAMILY FROM PILLIG 



{Lessenich near Trier) 



EMANUEL 



RACHEL 



LEYL 



B.17 
D.Before 1 828 



(Also on Page 1061) 
(Wiersehem) 



NATHAN 



SARA 



KAHN 



B.17 
D.Before 1828 



B.17 
D.Before 1842 



HIRSCH 



(Pma) 



VOGEL 
HEIMANN 



HAAS 



B. 



D. 



x.1780 
Sinnshafen, 
Nassau 

D.l 1/24/1853 
Pillig 



(filso on Page 1(\61) 

(Pillig) 



PETER 

(Pierre) 

(Herz Levis) 



CLARA 

(Claire) 

(Maria Anna) 

(Goulde) 

KAHN 

LEV] 



B.c.1 774 
Lessenich 

D.6/18/1828 
Pillig 



B.c.1766 

Wiersehem 
D.12/21/1842 

Pillig 



(Kibchlinde near Dortmund) 



B.17 
D.Before 1 842 



JACOB - SARA 

(Maria, Marie) 
LEV! 






HERMANN - LUISE 
(Chaim) (Esther) 
LEVY 






HAAS 




(LEVIE) 
HAAS 




Bx. 181 2 

Quirnbach, 

Nassau 
D. 

«1 1/25/1835 
Munstermaifeld 


B.5/31/1804 
Pillig 

D.12/21/1866 
Pillig 




B.8/ /1 81 5 

Vallendar 

near Koblenz 
D.1/22/1888 

Pillig 
»2/1/1843 

MUnstermaifeld 


B. 6/23/1 806 
Pillig 

D.3/29/1879 
Pillig 








To Page 586 


To 
Paae 




















585 


HEIN 


RICH - EVA 

FASSBENDER 




JEANETTA 
HAAS 




REGINA 
HAAS 




BABETTA 
HAAS 


HAAS 




B.3/14/183 


8 


B.6/1 1/1839 




B.8/10. 
Pillig 

D. 


M835 


B.c 
D 


.1838 


Pillig Pillig 
D.3/23/1838 D.10/4/1839 
Pillig Pillig 




B.8/30/1 

Pillig 
D. 


841 



To Page 585 



584 



THE HAAS FAMILY FROM PILLIG 

DESCENDANTS OF HIRSCH AMD VQGEL (HEIMANNH HAAS 

CHILDREN OF JACOB AND SARA TL EVh HAAS 

FROM PAGE 584 



From 

Page_ 

584 



CAROLINA 



HAAS 






B.6/1 1/1844 


B.I 1/5/1845 


B.1 1/16/1846 


B.1 0/1 9/1 848 


Pillig 


Pillig 


Pillig 


Pillig 


D.I 0/1 8/1 844 


D.I 2/5/1 845 


D.1 1/25/1 846 


B.8/6/1876 


Pillig 


Pillig 


Pillig 


MUnstermaifeld 
(Hospital) 



PE SC ENPANT OF HIR S CH ANP VOGEL (HEIMANN) HAA S 
DA UGHTER QF HEINRIQH AND EVA (FASSgENDER) HAAS 



FROM PAGE 584 



SABINA 



HAA$ 



B.3/21/1869 

Pillig 
D.1 1/27/1870 

Pillig 



585 



THE HAAS FAMILY FROM PILUG 

DESCENDANTS QF HIRSCH AND VQGEL f HEIMANNh HAAS 

CHIIPREN QF HERMANN ANP IU1SE (IEVY) HAAS 

FROM PAGE 584 



Mother: Luise 
(Levie) Levy 
Father: Unknown 




B.1 1/28/1826 

Pillig 
D.5/26,1828 

Pillig 



(Also on Paae 552) 



HEINRICH - 
(Naftali ben 
Chaim) 
HAAS 



ANNA 
GARTNER 



B.6/14/1843 

Pillig 
B.1 0/25/1 905 

Pillig 
«8/17/1876 

Munstermaifeld 
Occ.Cattle 
dealer 



CAROLINE 



HAAS 



B.9/17/1846 

Brohl 
D.c.1 924 

Euskirchen 



ALBERT 



EMMA 
GOTTLIEB 



HAAS 



B.1 0/24/1 844 

Pillig 
D.4/6/1923 

Pillig 

From 
Page 
1045 



(Also on Page 70451) 



JULIUS 



EMMA 
HAAS 



KAHN 



B.1 877 

Pillig 
DJuly 31,1915 

Russia 

World War I 
Occ.Cattle 
dealer 



B.7/3/1886 

Ebenberg,Pfalz 
D.3/3/1952 

New York 



B.5/1 5/1875 
Euskirchen 
D.Holocaust 



(New York) 1 


JACK - ELSE 


HAAS 


RE1NH 


EIMER 


B.8/1/1905 


B.6/30/1913 


Beerfelden, 


Pillig 


Odenwald 




D.I 2/1 8/1 987 


D.7/3/1987 


New York 


New York 


oo1l/7/1937 




New York 




Occ.Owner of 




Jack's Furniture 




Store, New York 





Occ. Butcher 
near the 
Euskirchen 
Rathaus 

(AI$QQnPa.qe /flffll 



B.8/25/1880 
Pillig 

D.Holocaust 
Minsk,Russia 
6/14/1942 



B.10/1/1921 
Waldbreitbach 



Occ. Plumber 



To 

.Page 

589 



ROSALIA 
HAAS 



B.3/21/1847 
Pillig 

D. 




B.1 880 

Euskirchen 
D.Holocaust 



{Alwm 



km 




B.1 1/4/1 905 

Euskirchen 
D.1984 

San Francisco, CA 



B.4/19/1913 
Euskirchen 
D.Holocaust 



To Page 587 



586 



THE HAAS FAMILY FROM PILLIG 

DESCENDANTS OF HIRSCH AND VQGEL fHEIMANN) HAAS 

CHILDREN OF JACK AND ELSE (HAAS) REINHEIMER 

FROM PAGE 586 



1 




1 








STEVEN - ELISHEVA 
SCHATZ 

REINHEIMER 




MICHAEL - ELAINE 
ROCKOFF 

REINHEIMER 




B.9/23/1942 

New York 
D.8/24/1996 

Long Beach.NY 

00 

Occ. Social 
Worker 


B.1/18/1945 
Kibbutz Chafetz Haim, 
Israel 

Occ.Recreational 
Therapist 


B.I 0/1 2/1 946 
New York 

"9/20/1970 

New York 
Occ. Merchant 

To Pag 


B.I 0/1 5/1 947 
Shenandoah,P/d 

Occ.Bookkeeper 
e588 


i 










ARIEL 

REINHEIMER 


RONEN 

REINHEIMER 




IRIT 
REINHEIMER 



B.1/8/1972 
Safed, Israel 



B.7/4/1974 
Safed, Israel 



B.6/27/1978 
Rehovot,lsrael 



587 



THE HAAS FAMI LY FROM PIL11G 

DESCENDANTS OF H1RSCH AND VOGEL (HEIMANN) HAAS 
CHILDREN QF MI CHAEL AND ELAINE (RQCKQFF ) R E IN HEI MER 




B.3/9/1966 
Memphis,TN 



oo8/29/1992 

Dover,NJ 
Occ. Certified 
Public 
Accountant 



B.3/1/1970 
New York 



Occ.Certified 
Public 
Accountant 



FROM PA 



GE 587 



CHAIM 



DAHLIA 
LEBOWITZ 



RE'NH 



PMER 



8.3/17/1978 
New York 



ooTO/15/2001 

Corona, NY 
Occ.Student 



AZARIA 




B.1 1/22/1981 
Lawrence, NY 



Occ.Student 



ENNS 



ESTHER 

BAILA 

REINHEIMER 



B. 10/1 1/1994 
New York 



B.I 0/20/1 996 
New York 



B.1/2/1999 
Jerusalem 



B.9/2/2001 
Jerusalem 



B.1/1 3/2003 
Jerusalem 



Occ.Student 



Occ.Student 



Occ.Student 



588 



THE HAAS FAMILY FROM PllUG 

DESCENDANTS OF HIRSCH AND VQGEL (HEIMANN) HAAS 

CHILDREN OF HERMANN AND LU1SE (LEVY) HAAS 



FROM PAGE 584 




B.4/28/1849 

Pillig 
D.1/26/1929 

Pillig 



589 



THE HA1MANN/HAYMANN FAMILY FROM BASSENHEIM 



Note Re: Pages 590-591: No research has been done by me to determine if these families 
were related. However, since each town had only a few Jewish families in the 1700s and 
early 1800s, one could reasonably assume all the Haimanns/Haymanns from the village of 
Bassenheim were related. Glees, Ochtendung and Polch are near Bassenheim. There was 
also a Haimann family in nearby Miinstermaifeld (See Paae 6071 



HERZ HAYMAN N-FEIL JACOB 1 «, c .1759 



B.c.1730 

D.Before 1851 
Bassenheim 



(Also on Page 352) ( ? 

(Mertloch) ' 




B.1 2/4/1 748 

Glees 
D.10/27/1815 

Mertloch 



B.c.1735 

D.Before 1851 
Bassenheim 



(fas&nh&rn) 



JOSEPH 

(Mendel Herz) 



RACHEL 
SECKEL 
LiETZEN 
HAIMANN 



B.c.1 750-60 

Glees 
D.6/14/1840 

Mertloch 



B.9/29/1767 
Bassenheim 

D.I 0/24/1 851 
Mertloch 

oo1797 
Bassenheim 

Occ. Merchant 



To Page 352 



JACOB 



HAIMANN 



B.4/1 8/1 777 
Bassenheim 

D.1/31/1829 
Bassenheim 

Occ.Seamstress 



B.I 776 

Bassenheim 
D. 



FROMMET 
(Anne) 
HAYMANN 



JAKOB 

(Jacques) 



- WILHELMINA 
(Minna,Lena) 
MARX 
HAYMANN 



B.12/23/1798 

Bassenheim 
D. 



B.9/12/1799 
Bassenheim 

D.l 2/14/1868 
Bassenheim 

~8/1 2/1830 
Bassenheim 

Occ.Horse 
dealer 



B.I/ /1 807 

Schwanendorf 
D.1/21/1863 
Bassenheim 
[Parents: Isaac 
Marx (died before 
1863) and Sibilla 
Levi (died after 
1863, probably in 
Paris)] 



To Page 606 



MOSES 

(Meyer) 



To 
.Page 



(AbdonPwslZQ&lZSl) 603 



SARA 

(Sorle) 

MINCKEL 

B.9/3/1806 

Mertloch 
D.2/2/1845 

Mertloch 
0012/2/1831 
Mertloch 



h 

To 
Page 
591 



SOPHIA 

STRAUSS 

B.6/22/1818 



Laufersweilei To 



D.3/14/1853 
Mertloch 

oo9/1/1845 
Mertloch 



- RACHEL 
WOLFF 
HAIMANN/HAYMANN 



1 



Page 
591 



B.1 1/19/1803 
Bassenheim 

D.3/6/1886 
Mertloch 

«10/13/1853 



B.3/1/1826 

Mertloch 
D. 



590 



THE HA1MANN/HAYMANN FAMILY FROM BASSENHE1M 

DESCENDANTS OF HERZ HAYMANN AND FEIL JACOB 

CHILDREN OF MOSES AND SARA (MINCKEU HA1MANN 

CHILDREN OF MOSES AND SOPHIA (STRAUSS^ HAIMANN 

FROM PAGE 590 



Sara Minckel was Jakob Haimann's mother and Sophie Strauss was Leopold Haimann's 
mother, However it is not clear whether Sara or Sophie was Bemhard Havmann's mother. 



JAKOB 



HAYMANN 



B.I 832 

Mertloch 
D. 



HUGO 



ROSEL 
HAIMANN 



KAHN 



B. 



B. 



(M?xjcQ QtY) 



MAX 



- ANNELIESE 
KAHN 



KAHN 




.J 



BERNHARD - SOPHIE 
HAAS 

HAIMANN 



B. 



D. 



Occ .Owner of 
Haimann's Cafe 
in Stuttgart 



From Page 622 



LEOPOLD 



KAROLINE 
HERZ 



HAIMANN 



B. 



D. 



B.6/5/1846 
Mertloch 

D.4/19/1913 
Polch 



FRIEDEL 
HAIMANN 



B. 



(Qetroit,Ml) 



DR. 



(M.D.) 



MARIAN 
KAHN 



B. 



PHILLIPS 
B. 



B.12/26/1846 

Polch 
D.9/29/1920 

Polch 



To Page 594 



To 
.Page 
~J&2 



EMILY 
HAIMANN 



B. 



Occ.Surgeon 



591 



THE HAIMANN/HAYMANN FAMILY FROM BASSENHEIM 

DESCENDANTS OF HERZ HAYMANN AND FEIL JACOB 

CHILDREN OF BERNHARD AND SOPHIE (HAAS) HAIMANN 



FROM PAGE 591 




[No information about these Haimann children or their descendants is known.] 



592 



THE HA1MANN/HAYMANN FAMIIY FRQM gA$$£NHEIM 

DESCENDANTS OF HERZ HAYMANN AND FE1L JACOB 

CHIL DR E N QF BERNHARP A ND SOP H IE (HAA S ) HAI MA NN 



FROM PAGE 591 



From 

Page_ 

592 



B. 



TV 



B. 




[No information about these Haimann children or their descendants is known.] 



593 



THE HAIMANN/HAYMANN FAMILY FROM BASSENHEIM 

DESCENDANTS OF HERZ HAYMAN N AND FEIL JACOB 

CHILDREN OF LEOPOLD AND KARQLINE fHERZ-> HA1MANN FROM PQLCH 



FROM PAGE 591 



JULIUS 



JULIE 
MEYER 



HA 1 MANN 



B.7/2/1873 

Polch 
D.1936 

Bonn 



B. 
D.Holocaust 



From 
Page 
737 



(k$o on P$q$ ZML 



MAX - ELSE 


SALOMON 


HAIMAN 


B.I 0/14/1 909 


B.4/11/1914 


Koln 


Opladen 


D.6/6/1980 




Southfield,MI 




00 





MICHAEL - JULIE 
HAIMAN 

PROHOW 



B.3.3.1945 
Detroit,MI 
Occ. 



B.5/23/1947 

Detroit, Mi 
Occ.Teacher 



To Page 595 



ADOLPH 



HELENA 
HAIMANN 



TRACHTENBERG 



To 

Page 

597 



B. 
D. 



B.3/13/1875 

Polch 
D.1936 

Pittsburgh.PA 



HENRY 



EDITH 



(Divorced) 
TRACHTENBERG 



B. 



B. 



JULIUS 



- HENRIETTA 
HAIMANN 
B.5/5/1879 

Polch 
D. 
Pittsburgh.PA 



JACQP 



B. 
D, 



B. 



D. 



Pittsburgh.PA Pittsburgh.PA 



To Page 596 



- MATHILDE 
TRACHTENBERG 
COHEN> 
CODAY* 



B. 



B. 




[* = Name changed} 



594 



THE HAIMANN/HAYMANN FAMILY FROM BASSENHEIM 

DESCENDANTS OF HERZ HAYMANN AND FEIL JACOB 

DAUGHTER OF MICHAEL AND JULIE fHAIMAN) PROHOW 



FROM PAGE 594 



DANIEL - DR. JENNIFER 




MANKO 


PROH 


(M.D.) 
OW 


B.6/30/1974 
Detroit,MI 


B.5/232/1976 
Southfield,MI 


Occ.Engineer 
(General Motors) 


Occ. Family 
Physician 



MADISON REESE 
bat 

PROHOW 



B.I 0/1 2/2004 
Pontiac,MI 



BETH ANN 
PROHOW 



B.3/21/1977 
Detroit,MI 



Occ.Graduate 
Student in 
Finance 



595 



THE HAIMANN/HAYMANN FAMILY FROM BASSENHEIM 

DESCENDANTS OF HERZ HAYMANN AND FEIL JACOB 

CHILDREN OF JULIUS AND HENRIETTA (HAIMANW JACOB 

FROM PAGE 594 



fPittsburah.PA) 




\ fPittsburah.PA) 


MILTON - EMMA 


KRAMER 


JACOB 


B. 


B. 


D.1968 





- SUSAN 
JACOB 



B. 



SAM 
MICHAELS 



B. 



DONALD 
QB5RQ 



(Morgantown f WV) 




B.1916 

Hartford.CT 
D.10/10/1992 

Jupiter.FL 
OccJnternation- 
ally known tool- 
and-die expert, 
owned Oberg 
Manufacturing Co. 



MELISSA 
MICHAELS 



DR. ANDREW 
(M.D.) 



MICHAELS 



B. 



B. 



Occ. Physician 



596 



THE HAIMANN/HAYMANN FAMILY FROM BASSENHEIM 

DESCENDANTS OF HERZ HAYMANN AND FEIL JACOB 

CHILDREN QF IEQPQIP AND KARQLINE (HERZ) HAIMANN FROM PQ LCH 



FROM PAGE 594 



From 

Page_ 

594 



SIMON 



REGINA 
HAIMANN 



MARX 



B.5/2/1878 

D. 

Detroit.MI 
Occ. Furrier 



To 

_Page 

601 



HERMANN - AUGUSTE 
OPPENHEIMER 

HAIMANN 



FANNY 
( Josef ine) 

"Fina" 
HAIMANN 



B.8/14/1880 

Polch 
D. 

Detroit, Ml 



B.9/28/1877 

Polch 
D.8/31/1948 

St.Louis,M0 
[Buried in New 
Mt. Sinai 
Cemetery, 
St. Louis] 



B.1 2/4/1 877 

D/1 0/2/1 948 
St.Louis,MO 
[Buried in New 
Mt. Sinai 
Cemetery, 
St. Louis] 



B.1 0/26/1 886 

Poich 
D.8/15/1969 

Pittsburgh.PA 



To Page 599 



DR.MILTON - 


JUNE 


(D.D.S.) 


DEUTSCH 


MARX 






B.9/2/1906 
Springfield.OH 

D.2/7/1986 
Detroit,Mi 

Occ.Dentist 

-8/11/1936 



B.7/7/1913 
Cleveland,OH 



Occ.College 
Teacher of 
English 



B.1 2/25/1 907 
Pittsburgh.PA 

0.7/ /1 936 
Detroit,MI 

(sleeping sickness) 



DR. JOHN 
(D.D.S.) 



JUDY 
BLEIER 



MAR* 



B.9/20/1940 
Detroit, Ml 



"8/17/1963 

Chicago, IL 
Occ.Orthodontist 





B.5/14/1942 
Chicago, IL 



B.7/1 5/1944 
Detroit.MI 



Occ .Computer 
Operator 



B.1 0/6/1 947 
Detroit.MI 

Occ. Salesperson 



To Page 598 



597 



THE HA1MAN N/HAYMANN FAMHY FRQM gASSENHEIM 

DESCENDANTS OF HERZ HAYMANN AND FEIL JACOB 

CHUPREN OF PR, J O HN ANP JUPY (BIEIER) M ARX 



FROM PAGE 597 



JEFFREY 



H CHMNPE R 



B.7/19/1967 
Detroit,MI 



»8/3/1991 

Bloomfield Hills.MI 
Occ.Attorney 




JENNIFER 
MARX 



B.1/28/1968 
Chicago,IL 



Occ. Social Worker 



B. 11/12/1969 
Chicago,IL 



oo11/30/2002 

Malibu,CA 
Occ. Screen 
Writer 



B.4/15/1967 
Los Angeles,CA 



Occ.Teacher 



RACHEL 



HOLLANDER 



AMY 



HOLLANDER 



LILY ARIBELLA 



MARX 



B.10/31/1994 
W.BIoomfield.MI 



B.4/7/1998 
W.BIoomfield,MI 



B.4/8/2004 
G!endafe,CA 



598 



THE HAIMANN/HAYMANN FAMILY FRQM BASSENHglM 

DESCENDANTS OF HERZ HAYMANN AND FEIL JACOB 

CHILDREN QF HERMANN AN D AUG U STE (Q PP ENHEIMER) HAIMANN 



FROM PAGE 597 



WALTER 



HELEN 
HAIMANN 



IQ5WENTHAI 



HERMAN 



HILDA 
HAIMANN 



I SENBTO 



B. 

D.1/5/1949 
New York 



B.6/13/1905 

Koblenz 
D.8/30/2001 

St.Louis,MO 



B.4/1/1887 

D.9/28/1972 
,VA 



B.6/3/1907 

Koblenz 
D.5/29/2000 

Potomac, MD 



KENNETH - INGRID 
ISENBERG 

JA CQ B SQ N 



B. 



B. 



St.Louis.MO 



JAMES 



JACQBSQN 



B. 



Washington,DC 



DR. THEO - 


RUTHG. 


(Ph.D.) 


TREIMAN 


HAIMANN 


B.11/17/1911 


B.1/27/1917 


Koblenz 


St.Louis,MO 


D.I 1/19/1991 


D.I 0/2/2000 


St.Louis,MO 


St.Louis,M0 


oo12/31/1941 




Occ. Professor 


Occ.Musician 


of Business 




Management, 




St. Louis 




University 




Ph.D. University 




of Bonn 




[Buried in New 


[Buried in New 


Mt. Sinai 


Mt. Sinai 


Cemetery, 


Cemetery, 


St. Louis] 


St. Louis] 


Author or Co- 




Author of 




Management; 




Managing the 




Modern Organ- 





ization (1978); 
Supervisory 
Management for 
Health Care 
Organizations 
(1973). 



To Page 600 



599 



THE HAIMANN/HAYMANN FAMILY FRQM gASSENHElM 

PE S CENPANTS QF HERZ HAYMANN AND FEU JACOB 

CHILDREN QF PR, THEQ AND RUTH (TRE1MAN) HAIMANN 



FROM PAGE 599 



DR. MARK HERMAN - AMY FELICIA 
(M.D.) HOFFMAN 

HAIM A NN 



B.1 1/30/1953 
St.Louis.MO 



oo5/16/1982 

Milwaukee, Wf 
Occ.Ophthalmologist 
Graduate of North- 
west University 
Medical School 



B.7/28/1958 
Milwaukee, Wl 



Occ.Medical 

Administrator 



ALEANDER THEO 



HAIMANN 



CLIFFORD ROSS 



HAIMANN 



THOMAS KENT - CAROLINE ANN 
HAIMANN 

YANPIYE R 



B.3/1/1951 
Leonard,MO 



»9/16/1978 
St.Louis,MO 
Occ.Attorney 
Graduate of 
Washington 
University 
Law School 



ADRIA SIMONE 



HAIMANN 



B.2/9/1986 
Detroit,MI 



B.1/1 2/1988 
Detroit,MI 



B.10/1 5/1990 
Detroit.MI 



B.6/6/1951 
St.Louis,MO 



Occ.Attorney 

Graduate of 

Washington 

University 

Law School 



BENJAMIN 



VANP1V5R 



B.I 2/30/1 986 
St.Louis,MO 



Occ.Student 



Occ.Student 



Occ.Student 



Occ.Student 



600 



THE HAIMANN/HAYM ANN FAMILY FRQM BASSENHEIM 

DESCENDANTS OF HERZ HAYMANN AND FEIL JACOB 

CHILDREN OF LEOPOLD AND KAROLINE (HERZ) HAIMANN FROM POLCH 

FROM PAGE 591 




ROSETTA 
HAIMANN 



B.9/28/1887 

Polch 
D. 



McKeesport.PA 
D.4/10/1945 

Pittsburgh,PA 
Occ. Retail Sales- 
Paint Store 



B.4/13/1889 

Polch 
D.11/ /1970 

Pittsburgh,PA 



BENE. 
(Binyamin) 



LEONORA 
"Lee" 
WEIL 
SHERMAN 



B.3/19/1900 
Carnegie, PA 

D.11/19/1988 
Pittsburgh.PA 

Occ.Attorney 



LAWRENCE JAY - IRIS PEARL HARVEY LEE - GAIL 



"Larry" 
(Y'shuia ben 
Binyamin) 
SHERMAN 



SHAPIRO 



B.l 2/16/1916 
Pittsburgh.PA 

D.I 2/22/2001 
Pittsburgh.PA 



BARNES 



(Divorced) 
SHERMAN 



GILBERT - CAROL JOAN 
SHERMAN 



WYN 



B.5/20/1942 
Carnegie, PA 



-8/19/1967 

Washington, DC 
Occ.Attorney 



B.2/3/1943 
Jamaica, NY 



Occ.Attorney, 
Veterans Law 

Judge 



B.4/10/1946 
Carnegie, PA 



B.5/24/1938 
Tryon.NC 



Occ.Publisher Occ.Publisher 



B.1 2/24/1952 
Washington,DC 



«6/7/T977 

Washington,DC 
Occ.Event Sales 



To Page 602 



m. 



B.12/31/1950 
Carnegie,PA 



ERIC BENJAMIN 



WYNRIB 



B.7/21/1990 
Pittsburgh.PA 

OccStudent 



601 



THE HAIMANN/HAYMANN FAMILY FROM BASSENHEIM 

DESCENDANTS OF HERZ HAYMANN AND FEIL JACOB 

CHILDREN OF LAWRENCE AND IRIS (SHAPIROS SHERMAN 



DR. RACHEL LISA 

(M.D.) 

SHERMAN 



B.7/25/1972 
Washington,DC 



FROM PAGE 601 



CHRISTOPHER ALLEN - JESSICA SUZANNE 



POPP 



B.3/8/1964 
Riverside, CA 



SHERMAN 



B.4/14/1974 
Washington,DC 



Occ. Physician 



«>9/28/2002 

Middletown.MD 
Occ.Computer Scientist Occ.Social Worker 



602 



THE HAIMANN/HAYMANN FAMILY FROM BASSENHEIM 

DESCENDANTS OF HERZ HAYMANN AND FEIL JACOR 

CHILDREN OF JOSEPH AND RACHEL (SECKEL/LIETZEN^ HAIMANN 

FROM PAGE 590 



From 
590 



{Also on Paae 1163) 



JOSEPH - MARIA ANNA 
(Miriam Herz) 
HAYMANN 
M1NKEL 



B.9/3/1796 
Mertloch 

D.3/23/1847 
Mertloch 

oo12/7/1827 
Bassenheim 



(Also 



onfagys U6M3QQ) 



BARMEN - JOHANNA 
(David) MINCKEL 
(Herz) 
HAYMANN 



UAIsoonPage UQQ) 



To 

_Page 

604 



ABRAHAM - 



LEONA 
WOLFF 



B.1/17/1806 
Bassenheim 

D.8/10/1896 
Mertloch 

[Also known as 

Marjanne] 



HAYMANN 



B. 11/7/ 1807 
Bassenheim 

D.Before 1862 
Ochtendung 

oo8/31/1835 
Mertloch 



B.I 2/9/1 794 
Mertloch 

D.2/16/1862 
Ochtendung 



B.I 811 

Bassenheim 
D.11/28/1873 

Ochtendung 



To Page 1 1 64 



B.9/2/1820 
Ochtendung 

D.4/4/1873 
Ochtendung 



BENJAMIN - 



JULIE 
LOW 



HAYMANN 



B.8/15/1843 
Ochtendung 

D.7/18/1890 
Ochtendung 



REGINA 
HAYMANN 



HENRIETTE 
HAYMANN 



B. 
D. 



B. 

D. 



B.l/4/1846 
Ochtendung 
D. 



B. 
D. 



B.4/21/1848 
Ochtendung 
D. 




B.8/25/1883 
Ochtendung 

D.12/1/1893 
Ochtendung 



B.I 0/29/1 886 
Ochtendung 

D.6/6/1960 
Berlin/Wedding 



603 



THE HAIMANN/HAYMANN FAMILY FROM BASSENHEIM 

DESCENDANTS OF HERZ HAYMANN AND FEIL JACOB 

CHILDREN OF JOSEPH AND RACHEL (SECKEL/LIETZEN^ HAIMANN 



FROM PAGE 590 



From 
603 



JOS 



EPH 



HAYMANN 



B.c.1815-16 
Bassenheim 
D. 



HERMANN 



HAIMANN 



B.8/3/1834 
Ochtendung? 
Bassenheim? 

D.9/30/1909 
Saffig 



B. 



D. 



CHILDREN 



GRANDCHILDREN 



604 



THE HAIMANIM/HAYMANN FAMILY FROM BASSENIHEIM 

POSSIBLY RELATED TO THE HAIMANNS ON PAGES 590. 603 AND 604 

From 
Pages 
590, 
603 
or 604? 



B. 

D. 



(Klrshterg) 



JOSEF 



HAIMANN 



B. 

D. 

[Buried in 
Simmern] 



B. 



D. 



JULIUS 




B.3/1/1888 
Simmern 

D.Holocaust 
Deported 
from 

Koblenz by 
the Nazis on 
3/22/1942 

«1921 



HAIMANN 



B.9/10/1894 
Bruttig 

D.Holocaust 
Deported by 
the Nazis 
from Koblenz 
to Poland on 
3/22/1942 



B.8/19/1893 

Kirchberg 
D.Holocaust 
[Lived with 
Isidor Haimann 
in Bassenheim 
after moving 
there from 
Saarbrucken] 
Deported from 
Koblenz on 
3/22/1942 



B. 



D. 



GUNTER - 



SONYA 
SILVER 



HAIMANN 



ERNST 



HAIMANN 



B.1/26/1922 
Koblenz 



oo11/2/1947 
Brooklyn,NY 

Occ.Food 
Supervisor 



B.11/18/1926 
New York 



Occ.Bookkeeper 



B.1 1/15/1925 
Koblenz 

D.Holocaust 
Deported from 
Koblenz to Poland 
by the Nazis on 
3/22/1942 



605 



THE HAIMANN/HAYMANN FAMILY F ROM BASSENHEIM 

DESCENDANTS OF HERZ HAYMAN N AND FE1L JACOB 

CHILDREN OF JAKOB AND LENA fMAR X) HAYMANN/HAIMANN 

Information on Pages 6506 to 606F was compiled bv Bonnie Beedie of Downers Grove. IL. 



FROM PAGE 590 




MAX 
[MARCUS] 
["Mennie, ,HI Bennie'] 
HAIMANN 



AMAL1A 
BURGGRAF 



B.11/14/1831 
Bassenheim 

D.12/1 5/1862 
Bassenheim 



B.I 2/26/1 832 

Bassenheim 
D.2/22/1922 

Chicago,IL 
ool2/9/1858 
Miesenheim 
[Buried in Ever- 
green Park 
Cemetery as 
Max Hannonn] 



To 
—Page 
606E 



MOSES SAMUEL - FANETTE 
HAIMANN 

WLE 



B.4/19/1834 
Miesenheim 
D.1 0/23/1 896 

Chicago,!!. 
[Parents: Aron 
Joseph Burggraf 
and Gudula Collmann] 
[Helen had a sister, 
Henrietta Burggraf, 
who was married to 
Adolph Kamp] 
[They migrated to the U.S. 1890-93] 



B. 



Wiesbaden 



D. 



B.3/15/1834 
Bassenheim 

D.l 2/6/1 886 
Bassenheim 



"10/28/1875 
Bassenheim 



JOHN CHARLES - 



REGINA 
HAIMANN 



HA USNER 



ADOLPH 



HAIMANNN 



JOHANNJ. - MARIA ANNA 
"Jennie" 
HAIMANN 

PREISSINQER 



To 

—Page 
606A 



B.1862 

,WI 
D.1930 

Chicago 
«6/3/1889 

Chicago 



B.8/10/1859 
Miesenheim 

D.9/23/1907 
Chicago 



B.1 1/29/1861 
Miesenheim 

D.9/9/1879 
Miesenheim 



B.2/20/1865 

Germany 
D.12/14/1956 
MarshalltownJA 
«2/29/1892 

Chicago 
Occ.Tailor 



WILHELMINE 



HAIMANN 



B.3/1 1/1862 
Miesenheim 

D.12/15/1929 
MarshalltownJA 



B.10/15/1863 
Miesenheim 

D.9/29/1866 
Miesenheim 



To Page 606-1 



ADOLPH 




HAUSNER 



CLARA 
HAUSNER 



B.I 895 
D. 



606 



THE HAIMANN/HAYMANN FAMILY FROM BASSENHEIM 

DESCENDANTS OF HERZ HAYMAN N AND FEIL JACOB 

CHILDREN OF JQHANN AND MARIA ANNA (HAIMANN^ PRE1SSINGER 



FROM PAGE 606 



ALMA W.H. 



PREISS1NGER 



JAMES W. - MINNA EMMA 
(Joe) PREISSINGER 

mn 



B.I 892 
D.1893 



B.1883 
D.1952 



B.1894 
D.1974 







t 


ALFRED W. - LENA HELEN 




PREISSINGER 




HEMPHILL 


B.I 889 




B.1896 


D.I 963 




D.1973 



To 

__Page 

606-5 



To Page 606-4 



MAX JOHN - ALTA 
BOUGHN 

HARN 



B.1914 
D.1978 



B. 



THOMAS -KAREN JO 
WILKINS 

O'CONNOR 



B. 



B.1941 



FORREST - FRANCES IRENE 
HARN 

HEUEE 



B, 



To 
.Page 



WILMER PAUL - MARY HELEN 
HARN 

WILKINS 



B.1916 



B.1915 



B.1918 
D.1980 



LEILA KAY 
WILKINS 



B.I 943 



ROY - GAIL ANNETTE 
WILKINS 



WALTERS 



B. 



B.I 947 



606-3 



To 
_Page 
606-2 



606-1 



THE HAIMANN/HAYMANN FAMILY FROM BASSENHEIM 

DESCENDANTS OF HERZ HAYMANN AND FEI1 JACOB 

CHILDREN OF WILMER AND MARY (HARN) WILKINS 









FROM PAGE 606-1 


From 
Paae 




606-1 










CHARLES -SHIRLEY ANN 
WILKINS 




DARWIN -PAELLA MARIE 
WILKINS 


VEST 




PRACY 



B. 



B.1949 



B. 



B.1955 



606-2 



THE HAIMANN/HAYMANN FAMILY FR QM BASS ENH EIM 

DESCENDANTS OF HERZ HAYMANN AND FEIL JACOB 

CHILDREN OF JAMES W. AND MINNA EMMA (PREISSINGER^ HARN 



FROM PAGE 606-1 



From 

Page__ 

606-1 



JACK - VIOLA JEAN 
HARN 



JdESSIL 



B. 



B.I 926 



606-3 



THE HAIMANN/HAYMANN FAMILY FROM BASSENHEIM 

DESCENDANTS OF HERZ HAYMANN AND FE1L JACOB 

CHILDREN OF ALFRED AND LENA HELEN (PREISSINGER) HEMPHILL 



FROM PAGE 606-1 



HENRY 



LUCILLE 
MYERS 



B.1916 



HEMPHM 
B. 



WILLIAM 



HEMPHILL 



B. 



GENEVIEVE 
HEMPHILL 



B.1925 



606-4 



THE HAIMANN/HAYMANN FAMILY FROM BASSENHEIM 

DESCENDANTS OF HERZ HAYMANN AND FEIL JACOB 

CHILDREN OF JOHANN AND MARIA ANNA fHAIMANNl PREISSINGER 



FROM PAGE 606 



From 

Page_ 

606-1 



TONY - MOLLIE AMELIA 
PREISSINGER 

MARINO 



B.I 889 
D.1962 



8.1899 
D.1963 



LOREN L. 



EMMA 
MARINO 



WEST 



B. 



B.1915 
D.1982 



JOHN J 



OSEPH 



MARiNQ 



LEROY 



HELEN 
MARINO 



VQSSPURS 



B.1917 
D.1939 



B. 



B. 




606-5 



THE HAIMANN/HAYMANN FAMILY FROM BASSENHEIM 

DESCENDANTS OF HERZ HAYMANN AND FEIL JACOB 

CHILDREN OF TONY AND MOLLIE AMELIA ( PREISS1NGER) MARINO 



FROM PAGE 606-5 



From 

Page_ 

606-5 



VIRGIL 



MINNA 
MARINO 



H1GAR 



B. 



B.1921 



LILLIAN 
MARINO 



B.I 925 



HAROLD 



MARINO 



B.I 926 



606-6 



THE HAIMANN/HAYMANN FAMILY FROM BASSENHEIM 

DESCENDANTS OF HERZ HAYMANN AND FE1L JACOB 

CHILDREN OF MAX AND AMALIA (BURGGRAF) HAIMANN 



FROM PAGE 606 



From 
606 



CARL 



HAIMANN 



ERNEST F. - CAROLINA 

"Carrie" 
HAIMANN 
SCHAEDEL 



To 
_Page 
606C 



B.4/23/1865 
Miesenheim 

D.7/22/1867 
Miesenheim 



B.8/15/1871 

Dembach 
D.I 0/8/1 930 
Indianapolis, IN 
ocl/4/1890 

Chicago 
Occ.Foreman 



EMANUEL - 
"Bennie" 
"Mennie" 
HAIMANN 



CAROLINE 
BURNS 



B.5/7/1867 
Miesenheim 

D.1 1/28/1911 
Chicago 

[Buried in 

Oakwoods 

Cemetery] 



B.I 0/4/1 868 

Miesenheim 
D.6/17/1937 

Chicago 
"6/5/1895 

Chicago 
Occ. Butcher 
[Converted to 
Catholicism 
when he 
married 
Caroline Burns] 

To Page 606B 



B.1 0/14/1 877 

Chicago 
D.8/2/1940 

Chicago 
[Parents: William Burns 
and Louisa Rappold] 



ADOLPH EDWARD - ROSE 
WALSH 

SCHAEDEL 



FRANK ARTHUR - JOSEPHINE A. 
BLANK 

SCHAEDEL 



To 

Page 

606A1 



HARRY 



EDNA 



SCHAEDEL 



B.I 890 


B. 


B.1892 


B. 


B.I 894 


B. 


D.1953 


D. 


D.1945 


D. 


D. 


D. 



606A 



THE HAIMANN/HAYMANN FAMILY FROM BASSENHEIM 

DESCENDANTS OF HERZ HAYMANN A ND FEIL JACOB 

CHILDREN OF ERNEST AND CAROLINA fH AIMANN^ SCHAFDFI 

FROM PAGE 606A 



From 

Page_ 

606A 



GRANVILLE - SUSAN 
JENKINS 

SCHAEDEL 



B.1896 
D.1970 



B. 
D. 



DONALD 



VIRGINIA 



EMIL 



SCHAEDEL 



To 

Page 

606A5 



ERNEST F. - IRENE 
ANDERSON 

SCHAEPB. 



B.I 898 
D.I 978 



B.1903 
0,1971 



B.I 902 

D. 



To Page 606A2 



SCHAEDEL 



SCHAEDEL 



B.19 



B.19 



606A-1 



THE HAIMANN/HAYMANN FAMILY FROM BASSENHEIM 

DESCENDANTS OF HE RZ HAYMANN AND FEIL JACQR 

CHILDREN OF ERNEST F. AND IRENE ( ANDERSONS SCHAEDEL 



FROM PAGE 606A-1 



ALBERT P. - BEVERLY JANE 
BENNING SCHAEDEL 

fe.19 



GERALD - 
CUVRK 



B.19 B.1931 



ROBERT ERNEST - SHIRLEY F. 
REILLY 



S CHAEPB. 



B.1933 



NORMAN JOSEPH -DOROTHY A 
HARNETT 

SCHAEPBt 



B.19 



B.1936 



To Page 606 A 3 



B.19 




B.1949 



BRETT F. 
BENNING 




B.1951 B.1954 



KIMBERLY I. 
CLARK 



B.1958 



606A-2 



THE HAIMANN/HAYMANN FAMILY FROM BASSENIHEIM 

DESCENDANTS OF HERZ HAYMANN AN D FEIL JACOB 

CHILDREN OF ROBERT AND SHIRLEY (REILLY^ SCHAEDEL 



FROM PAGE 606A-2 



ROBERT J. 



SCHAEDEl 



B.1955 



PAUL - DIANE MARGARET 
SCHAEDEL 

MAHANNA 



To 

Page 

606A4 



B. 



B.1956 



MARY JOYCE 
SCHAEDEL 



B.1957 



606A-3 



THE HAIMANN/HAYMANN FAMILY FROM BASSENHEIM 

DESCENDANTS OF HERZ HAYMANN AND FEIL JACOB 

CHILDREN OF ROBERT AND SHIRLEY (REILLY^ SCHAEDEL 



FROM PAGE 606A-2 



From 

Page 

606A3 



TERRY - ELIZABETH A. 
SCHAEDEL 



GEEGAN 



JOSEPH F. 



B. 



SCHAEPEl 



B.1958 



B.1962 



606A-4 



THE HAIMANN/HAYMANN FAMILY FRO M BASSENIHEIM 

DESCENDANTS OF HERZ HAYMANN AND FEIL JACOB 

CHILDREN OF ERNEST AND CAROLINE (HAIMANN^ SCHAEDEL 



FROM PAGE 606A 



From 

Page 

606A1 



WILLIAM 



SCHAEPEl 



EDWARD 



SCHAEPEl 



B.1905 



EDWARD J. - ROSE MARGARET 
SCHAEDEL 

QNJSHNU 



B.I 908 



B. 




B.1909 
D.1991 



B.19 



606A-5 



THE HAIMANN/HAYMANN FAMILY FROM BASSENHEIM 

DESCENDANTS OF HERZ HAYMANN AND FEIL JACOB 

CHILDREN OF EMANUEL AND CAROLINE (BURNS) HAIMANN 















FROM PAGE 606A 


















To 






Pa 


-3 
















606B 


HARRY - MARIE 




JOSEPH - LOUISE 




ALBERT - AMELIA BARBARA 




TOBIN 




HAIMANN 




HAIMANN 




HAIMANN 




STEPANEK 




BEEDIE 




B.1/3/1896 


B.I 897 




B.I 894 B.I 0/30/1 897 


f 


B.5/21/1895 


B.5/19/1899 




Chicago 
D.1968 


Chicago Chicago 
D.1980 D. D. D.12/1/1963 


Chicago 
D.2/2/1981 


ooc.1921 


«10/ /1916 


Chicago 
-5/9/1917 


Chicago 


Chicago 
[Buried in Ever- 


Chicago 


Chicago 




green Park 


To Page 606B-1 To Page 606B-2 


Cemetery] 






1 




1 1 




| 


LEO 




THERESE 
HAIMANN 


RICHARD 




REGINA 
HAIMANN 


HAIMANN 






HAIMANN 







B. 



B. 



B. 



B. 



606B 



THE HAiMANN/HAYMANN FAMILY FRQM PAS SE NH EI M 

DESCENDANTS OF HERZ HAYMANN AND FEIL JACOB 

CHILDREN OF JOSEPH AND LOUISE (HAIMANN) STEPANEK 



FROM PAGE 606B 



EDWARD 



STEPANEK 



B.1917 



CAROLINE 
STEPANEK 



B.1919 



BERTHA 
STEPANEK 



B.1922 



606B-1 



THE HA1MANN/HAYMANN FAMILY FROM BASSENHEIM 

DESCENDANTS OF HER2 HAYMANN AND FE1L JACOB 

CHILDREN OF ALBERT AND AMELIA (HAIMANN^ BEEDIE 



FROM PAGE 606B 



I 



ALBERT DAVID 
Sr. 



MARY 
SAL1HAR 



PEEPIE 



B.2/9/1918 

Chicago 
D.I 2/30/1 997 
Western Springs.IL 

Occ.Certified 
Public 
Accountant 



DONALD 



PEEPIE 



B.9/30//1919 
Chicago 



B.1925 



ALBERT DAVID - BONNIE 
Jr. CELMER 

(Divorced) 



B.1942 

Chicago 



B.1942 
Chicago 



Occ. Certified Occ.Credit 
Public Manager 

Accountant 



606B-2 



THE HAIMANN/HAYMANN FAMILY FROM BASSENHEIM 

DESCENDANTS OF HERZ HAYMANN AND FEIL JACOB 

CHILDREN OF EMANUEL AND CAROLINE (BURNS) HAIMANN 



FROM PAGE 606A 



From 

Page_ 

606B 



WILLIAM 



BERTHA 
NOBLE 



HAIMANN 



B.7/9/1901 
Chicago 

D.1970 
Rialto,CA 

ooc.1920 
Chicago 



LEROY A. 



HAIMANN 



B.1921 
D.2001 



CHARLES A. - JULIA ROSE 
HAIMANN 

iflZ 



B.1903 
D. 



B.1897 

D.1976 

«7/10/1929 
Chicago 



To 

Page 

606B-7 



RAY 



ANNA 
HAIMANN 



KILLHAM 



B.1903 
Chicago 

D.I 989 
Vatrico,FL 



B. 



ooafter 1925 
Chicago 



B.1905 



To Page 606B-4 



WILLIAM - ELSIE 
WRIGHT 

HAIMANN 



B.I 923 
D.2001 



ROBERT - CORINNE 



HAIMANN 



B.1922 



B.1931 



B. 



MARILYN K. 
HAIMANN 



B. 



606B-3 



THE HA1MANN/HAYMANN FAMILY FROM BASSENIHEIM 

DESCENDANTS OF HERZ HAYMANN AN D FE IL JACO B 
CHILDREN OF CHARLES AND JULIA ROSE (HAIMANNh UTZ 



FROM PAGE 606B-3 



CAROLINE 
UTZ 



CHARLIE 



\JTZ_ 



To 

Page 

606B-5 



JOHN 



B.1930 



B.1932 



ANNABELL 
UTZ 



TH QRPE 



B.1934 




STEPHANIE 
THORPE 



B. 



606B-4 



THE HAIMANN/HAYMANN FAMILY FROM BASSENHEIM 

DESCENDANTS OF HERZ HAYMANN AND FEIL JACOB 

CHILDREN OF CHARLES AND JULIA ROSE (HAIMANN^ UTZ 



FROM PAGE 606B-3 





B.1936 



MARY LOU 
UTZ 



B.1938 



B.1940 



606B-5 



THE HAIMANN/HAYMANN FAMILY FROM BASSENHEIM 

DESCENDANTS OF HERZ HAYMANN AND FEIL JACOB 

CHILDREN OF CHARLES AND JULIA ROSE fHAIMANN) UTZ 



FROM PAGE 606B-3 



From 
Page. 



606B-5 
















THOMAS 

UTZ 




JAMES 

UTZ 




PEARL 
UTZ 



B.1942 



B.I 944 



B.I 946 



606B-6 



THE HA1MANN/HAYMANN FAMILY FROM BASSEN1HEIM 

DESCENDANTS OF HERZ HAYMANN A ND FE1L JACOB 

CHILDREN OF EMANUEL AND CAROLINE f BURNS) HAIMANN 



FROM PAGE 606A 



From 

Page 

606B-3 



REGINA 



HAIMANN 



B.I 0/29/1 908 

Chicago 
B.10/12/1973 

Chicago 



GEORGE - 



FRANCES 
HAIMANN 



MEEK 



EMMANUEL J. - 



HELEN M. 
RYBICKI 



HAIMANN 



LEROY 



- MARGARET 
HAIMANN 



B. 



oo after 1930 
Chicago 



B.I 909 
Chicago 

D.3/17/1940 
Chicago 



B.l/28/1916 

Chicago 
D.4/13/1995 

Broadview,! L 
oo2/22/194l 

Chicago 



SAPQWSK1 



B.1916 



D.1999 



B.1918 

Chicago 
D.1996 



B. 
D.1997 

wc.1940 
Chicago 



To Page 606B-8 



BARBARA 
HAIMANN 



B.I 942 



BETTY 
HAIMANN 



B. 



606B-7 



THE HAIMANN/HAYM ANN FAMILY FROM BASSENHEIM 

DESCENDANTS OF HERZ HAYMANN AND FEIL JACOB 

CHILDREN OF LEROY AND MARGARET (HAIMANN^ SADOWSK1 



FROM PAGE 606B-7 



JOHN D. 



ROBERT 



DONNA 
SADOWSKI 



SAPQWSKI 



SADOWSKI 



B. 



B. 



B. 



606B-8 



THE HA1MA NN/HAYMANN FAMILY PROM BASSENHEIM 

DESCENDANTS OF HERZ HAYMANN AND FE1L JACOB 

CHILDREN OF MAX AND AMALIA (BLJRGG RAF) HA1MANN 



FROM PAGE 606 



From 

Page_ 

606A 



HENRY JOHN CARL - HENR ETTE 
"Etta" "Yetta" 
HAIMANN 
STROH 



B.3/ /1871 

Germany 
D. 

oo6/1/1896 
Chicago 



BERTHA 



HAIMANN 



PETER 



To 
—Page 
606D 



ZERLINA 
Tina" 
HAIMANN 



BETTY 



8.2/14/1870 

Miesenheim 
D.I 2/7/1 948 

MantenoJL 
[Buried in Evergreen 
Park Cemetery] 



B.I 0/14/1 871 
Miesenheim 

D.3/14/1874 
Miesenheim 



B.6/ /1 868 

Germany 
D.10/18/1919 

Chicago 
coc.1899 

Chicago 



B.9/10/1873 
Miesenheim 

D.12/17/1930 
Chicago 



CARL JOHN - AGNES 
CHILVERS 

STROH 


B.1897 
D.1956 


B. 
D.1971 




To Page 606C-1 



- LORRAINE 
STROH 



B. 



COTATU? 

B. 



606C 



THE HAIMA NN/HAYMANN FAMILY FROM BASSENHEIM 

DESCENDANTS OF HERZ HAYMANN AND FE1I JACOB 

CHILDREN OF PETER AND ZERLINA (HAIMANN^ BETTY 



FROM PAGE 606 




JAMES 



ELAINE 
KING 



B. 



KELLS 

B. 



606C-1 



THE HAIMANN/HAYMANN FAMILY FROM BASSENHEIM 

DESCENDANTS OF HERZ HAYMANN AND FE1L JACOB 

CHILDREN OF MAX AND AMALIA (BURGGRAF^ HAIMANN 

FROM PAGE 606 



From 

Page_ 

606C 



CHARLES 



- FRANZISKA 
[FRANCES] 
HAIMANN 
BELKNAP 



B.1 2/21/1 878 
,CT 
D. 



B.3/25/1875 
Miesenheim 

D.3/6/1914 
ElginJL 

OccXady Barber 



606D 



THE HA1MANN/HAYMANN FAMILY FROM BASSENHEIM 

DESCENDANTS OF HERZ HAYMANN AND FEIL JACOB 

CHILDREN OF JAKOB AND LENA (MARX^ HAIMANN/HAYMANN 



FROM PAGE 590 



From 

Page_ 

606 



JOSEPH 



(Unntih) 



SIBILLA 
HAAS 



HAIMANN 



SIEG 



FRIED 



HAIMANN 



B.12/14/1835 B. 

Bassenheim 
D.8/10/1864 D. 

Bassenheim 



B.3/1 1/1837 
Bassenheim 

D. 



JACOB 

JOSEPH 

HAIMANN 



EMIL 



HAIMANN 



WILHELMINA 



HAIMANN 



(Af&QnPtiQG 1Z5V 



MOSES 



REGINA 
WOLF 



[Wife #3] 
HAIMANN 



B.11/19/1803 
Bassenheim 

D.3/6/1886 
Merttoch 

ooTO/13/1853 



B.3/1/1826 

Mertloch 
D. 



MOSES 



To 

-.Page 

606F 



JOHANNA 
HAIMANN 



HAIMA NN 



B.6/1 1/1838 

Bassenheim 
D.1 2/3/1 903 

Bassenheim 
«9/29/1875 



B. 



Mertloch 



D. 



BERTHA 



HAIMANN 



MARX 



HAIMANN 



To 

Page 

606E-1 



FRANZ - REGINA 
HAIMANN 
SEEWALD 



B.3/6/1876 
Bassenheim 

D.5/1/1876 
Bassenheim 



B.5/11/1877 B.10/17/1878 
Bassenheim Bassenheim 

D.3/6/1900 D.I 0/22/1 878 
Bassenheim Bassenheim 



B.1/27/1880B.4/12/1882 B. 

Bassenheim Bassenheim 
D. D.7/24/1900 D. 

Germany 



B.1/31/1884 
Bassenheim 

D.10/13/1953 
Neunkirchen 



606E 



THE HAIMANN/HAYMANN FAMILY FRO M BASSENHEIM 

DESCENDANTS OF HER Z HAYMANN AND FEIL JACOB 

CHILDREN OF MOSES AND JOHANNA ( HAIMANN^ HAIMANN 



FROM PAGE 606E 



From 

Page_ 

606E 



CHARLOTTE 



HAIMANN 



B.4/4/1886 
Bassenheim 

D.7/20/1900 
Bassenheim 



MORITZ 



HAIMANN 



ISIDOR 



HAIMANN 



FRIEDA 



HAIMANN 



B.7/1 5/1888 
Bassenheim 

D.3/3/1889 
Bassenheim 



B.4/29/1890 
Bassenheim 
D.Holocaust 
[Deported from 
Koblenz by the 
Nazis on 
3/22/1942] 



KU\RA 



HAIMANN 



MATHILDE 



HAIMANN 



B.12/3/1891 
Bassenheim 
D. 



ROSA 



HAIMANN 



B.10/6/1892 
Bassenheim 
D.Holocaust 
[Deported from 
Koblenz by the 
Nazis on 
3/22/1942] 



B.9/9/1896 
Bassenheim 

D.Holocaust 
[12/31/1945] 



8.6/2/1898 
Bassenheim 
D.Holocaust 
[Deported from 
Koblenz by the 
Nazis on 
3/22/1942] 



606E-1 



THE HAIMANN/HAYM ANN FAMILY FROM BASSENHEIM 

DESCENDANTS OF HERZ HAYMANN AND FEIL JACOB 

CHILDREN OF JAKOB AND LENA fMARX^ HAIMANN/HAYMANN 



FROM PAGE 590 



From 

Page_ 

606E 



CAROLINE 



HAIMANN 



FELIX - JOHANNA 
FRANK 

HAIMANN 



8.10/16/1839 8.7/22/1841 



Germany 
D.6/10/1907 
Chicago 



Bassenheim Bassenheim 
D.5/5/1851 D.9/29/1894 
Bassenheim Chicago 
ooc.1869 

Bassenheim 
Occ. Horse dealer, 

Peddler 
[Buried in Mt. 

Mayriv Cemetery] 
[They migrated to the U.S. October- 
December, 1891] 



BERNARD 



HAIMANN 



To 
-Page 
606N 



FRIEDRICH WILHELM - REGINA 

MAYER 

HAIMANN 



B.10/ /1852 B.3/31/1843 B.6/1 6/1844 



Bassenheim 

D.2/27/1851 

Bassenheim 



Bassenheim 
D. 

«6/4/1873 
Weisenthurm 



[Buried in Mt. 
Mayriv Cemetery] 



B. 



Muiheim 
D. 

[Parents: Leopold 
and Elvena (Feist) 
Mayer] 



To Page 606Q 



(Mfnnew<?lte.MN) 



JACOB - AUGUSTA 
WILHELMINA 
HINZ 
HAIMAN 



B.6/27/1870 

Bassenheim 

D.8/27/1930 

Sioux Falls.SD 



Occ.Grocer 
[To U.S. in 1889 
with Wilheimina] 



THOMAS - WILHELMINA 
"Tom" "Minnie" 
HAIMAN 
McCROSKEY 



To 
_Page 



606G 



JOSEPH 



EMMA 
HAIMAN 



SEGAL 



B.I 1/ /1878 

Chicago 
D.c.1943 
Chicago 



B. 

D.after 1 906 
Fairbanks,AK 



B.6/29/1873 
Bassenheim 

D. 
Fairbanks,AK 



B. 



D. 



[A town in Alaska 

is named after [To U.S. in 1889 

him] with Jacob] 



B.7/6/1876 
Bassenheim 

D.6/12/1914 
Chicago 



Occ. Dressmaker 
[To U.S. in 1892] 



To Page 606F-1 



606F 



THE HAIMANN/HAYMANN FAMILY FROM BASSENHEIM 
DESCENDANTS OF HERZ H AYMANN AND FEIL JACOB 
CHILDREN OF JACOB AND AUGUSTA fHlNZ) HAIMAN 



FROM PA.GE 606F 



ARTHUR CHARLES - SELMA VIOLA 
FREDERICKSON 

HAIMANN 



B.I 894 
D.I 969 



B.1894 
D.I 978 



HAROLD 
ARTHUR 

HAIMANN 



B.1921 
D.1977 



ARTHUR ANDREW - MARY 
WILUS 

HAIMANN 



B.1923 
D.I 969 



B.I 924 
D.1981 



JAMES LEE - BETTY JEAN 
LUSHER 

HAIMANN 



B.I 947 
D.I 999 



JAMES ARTHUR 



B. 



HAIMANN 




To Page 606F-2 



HAIMANN 



B.1922 



NANCY JEAN 
HAIMANN 



B.1951 



B.1970 



KRISTY KAY 
HAIMANN 



B.1975 



606F-1 



THE HAIMANN/HAYMANN FAMII Y FR OM BASSFNHFIM 

DESCENDANTS OF HFRZ HAYMANM AND FFII IACOR 

SON QF FREDERICK AND ELIZABETH (.... 1 haimanni 



FROM PAGE 606F-1 




B.1929 



606F-2 



THE HAIMANN/HAYMANN FAMILY FROM BASSENHEIM 

DESCENDANTS OF HERZ HAYMANN AND FEIL JACOB 

CHILDREN OF FELIX AND JOHANNA fFRANIO HAIMANN 

information on Paaes 606G to 606P was compiled bv Bonnie Beedie of Downers Grove. IL. 
Ellen English of La Mesa. CA. and Carol Jean Soicer of San Dieao. CA. 

FROM PAGE 606F 



From 

Page_ 

60£F. 



EMANUEL 



HA1MAN 



LUDWIG - 
"Louie" 



LAURA 
LEAVITT 



HAIMAN 



B.6/4/1879 
Bassenheim 

D.11/18/1933 
Chicago 



B.8/18/1880 
Bassenheim 

D.5/1 1/1920 
Chicago 

ooc.1905 



Occ.Grocer 

To Page 606G-1 



To 
„Page 



ISADORE - GUADALUPE 
[ISADORE FELIX] HERNANDEZ 



_HA 



MAT! 



B. 



D. 



B.2/18/1885 
Bassenheim 

D.2/16/1964 
San Diego,CA 



CLOYS 



ROSEMARIE 
HAIMAN 



FRANPELl 



12/30/1895 
Hermosillo.Mex. 
D.10/ /1979 
San Diego,CA 
[Parents; Francisco 
and Andrea (Almanaza) 
Hernandez of Mexico] 



RICHARD 
FRANCIS 



- GENEVIEVE 
MARTIN 



HAIMAN 



B.3/6/1907 B.3/25/1916 



B.12/17/1917 
San Diego,CA 
D.7/10/1981 D.1993 D.5/30/2002 

San Diego,CA San Diego,CA 
Occ.Banker °°c.1940 

To Page 606J 



Jp Page 



STANMORE - FRIEDA HANNAH 
(Stanley) HAIMAN 

S^NSEOBD 



B. 



B.10/10/1917 B.12/16/1919 
,SC San Diego,CA 
D.l/11/2001 D.I 2/5/1999 

LaMesa,CA San Diego,CA 

«c.l936 



DR. RICHARD - CAROLYN 
LEROY HOOP 
(Ph.D) 

HAIMAN 


B.1/23/1941 
San Diego,CA 

»2/17/1968 
Los Angeles 

Occ. University 
Professor of 
Geography 


B.1/6/1942 
Fullerton.CA 

Occ. University 
Instructor of 
Geography 



STEPHEN 
ALAN 



SHARON 
LANGSDORF 



HAIMAN 



B.10/5/1944 
San Diego.CA 

«6/17/1967 
Newport Beach ,CA 

Occ.Teacher 



B.9/ /1943 
Pasadena,CA 



To Page 606H 



To Page 6061 



606G 



THE HAIMAN N/HAYMANN FAMIL Y FR QM BA$$ENHE1M 

DESCENDANTS OF HERZ HAYMANN AND FEIL JACOB 

CHI LDRE N OF LUDWIg ANP LAU RA (LEAV1TT) HA1M AN 



FROM PAGE 606G 



FRANKLIN 



HAIMANN 



B.I 902 



MARVIN 



MADELYN 



B.I 906 



HAIMANN 

B. 



SAMUEL - LUCILLE AUDREY 
HAIMANN 



_EENSiM_ 



B. 



B.1909 



STEVEN 



HAIMANN 



B. 



606G-1 



THE HAIMANN/HAYMANN FAMILY FROM BA SS ENHEIM 

DESCENDANTS OF HERZ HAYMANN AND FEIL JACOB 

CHILDREN OF DR. RICHARD AND CAROLYN (HOOP) HAIMAN 



FROM PAGE 606G 



BRADLEY - DR.AMANDA KATHERINE 
JAMES HAIMAN 

(M.D.) 

SERSCH 



B.3/25/1970 
,CO 



oo5/18/2002 

Chico,CA 
Occ.Attorney 



B.3/17/1971 
Bellflower,CA 



Occ. Pediatrician 




B.8/6/2003 
Palo Alto,CA 




B.7/14/1972 
Bellflower,CA 



«5/8/2004 

Pasadena,CA 
Occ.Epidemiologist 



B.8/19/1974 
Long Island, NY 



Occ. Pediatrician 



606H 



THE HAIMANN/HAYMANN FAMILY FROM BASSENHE1M 

DESCENDANTS OF HERZ HAYMANN AND FEIL JACOB 

CHILDREN OF STEPHEN AND SHARON (LANGSDORF^ HAIMAN 



FROM PAGE 606G 



WADE JUSTIN - IRMA 

MONTALVO 

HAiMAN 



B.4/ /1 972 B. 
San Diego.CA 



oo8/24/2002 
San Diego.CA 
Occ. 



JON 



WENDY 
HAIMAN 



McEVQY 



B. 



•7/ /2000 
San Diego,0 
Occ.Teacher 



B. 11/26/ 1974 
San Diego, CA 



Occ.Teacher 




B.1 1/26/2002 



6061 



THE HAIMANN/HAYMANN FAMILY FROM BASSENHEIM 

DESCENDANTS OF HERZ HAYMANN A ND FEIL JACOB 

DAUGHTER OF CLOYS AND ROSEMARIE fHAIMAN^ FRANDELL 



FROM PAGE 606G 



- CAROL JEAN 
FRANDELL 

SPICER 



B. 



B.8/29/1940 



Occ.School 
Administration 



606J 



THE HAIMANN/HAYMANN FAMILY FROM BASSENHEIM 

DESCENDANTS OF HERZ HAYMANN AND FEIL JACOB 

SON OF 1SADORE FELIX AND GUADALUPE (HERNANDEZ) HAIMANN 

FROM PAGE 606F 



From 

Page_ 

606G 



LOUIS 



AUDREY 
BERRY 



HAIMAN 



VANCE 
RENAR 



FANNIE H. 
HAIMAN 



ENGLISH 



To 
—Page 
606M 



NORMAN 



B.l 0/1 3/1 922 B. 

San Diego.CA 
D.I 1/ /1984 

San Diego.CA 



B.6/12/1916 
Bellingham,WA 

D.4/11/1989 
San Diego.CA 

"6/14/1940 
Yuma, AZ 

Occ. Military 




HAIMAN 



B.7/15/1924 
San Diego.CA 



B.12/21/1927 B. 

San Diego.CA 
D.3/1 6/2001 

San Diego,CA 



B.8/9/1941 
San Diego.CA 



HERBERT - ELLEN LOUISE 
MARTIN MERMAN 

EN GUSH 



B.1 1/4/1943 
Mexico 



B.2/8/1945 
San Diego,CA 



B.2/29/1944 
Van Nuys,CA 



ROBERT VANCE - 
MANUEL 

ENGU SH 



To Page 606L 



GARY DON - 



CRISTA 
KECK 



E N QU SH 



B.5/1/1960 
San Diego.CA 



B. 



B.8/19/1962 
San Diego.CA 

Occ.Construction 



B.8/11/1968 
San Diego.CA 



THREE CHILDREN 



606K 



THE HA1MANN/HAYMANN FAMILY FROM BASSENHEIM 

DESCENDANTS OF HERZ HAYMANN AND FEIL JACOB 

SON OF HERBERT AND ELLEN TMERMAN1 ENGLISH 



FROM PAGE 606K 



- ANDREA LOUISE 
ENGLISH 



B. 



B.I 0/4/1 965 
San Diego.CA 




B.3/5/1967 B. 
San Diego.CA 



THREE CHILDREN 



606L 



THE HAIMANN/HAYMANN FAMILY FROM BASSENHEIM 

DESCENDANTS OF HERZ HAYMANN AND FEIL JACOB 

SON OF ISADORE FELIX AND GUADALUPE (HERNANDEZ^ HAIMANN 



FROM PAGE 606F 



From 
Page. 



606K 










ROBERT - CHARLOTTE 
LEWIS BELLE 
HAIMAN 

HHTTflr 




FELIX 
ISADORE 

HAIMAN 



B.7/1/1920 B.5/17/1930 
Charleston,WV San Diego.CA 

D.5/29/1983 
San Diego,CA 

co9/5/1951 
Mexico 



B.1/6/1932 B. 
San Diego,CA 



606M 



THE HAIMANN/HAYMANN FAMILY FROM BASSENHEIM 

DESCENDANTS OF HERZ HAYMANN A ND FEIL JACOB 

CHILDREN OF JAKOB AND LENA fMARX) HAIMANN/HAYMANN 



FROM PAGE 590 



From 
Paqe 






















606F 






















HERMANN 

HAIMANN 




AMALIE 
HAIMANN 




MAYER 
HAIMANN 




LISETTA 
HAIMANN 



B.l 0/1 9/1 845 


B.8/20/1847 


B.8/4/1848 


Bassenheim 


Bassenheim 


Bassenheim 


D.I 928 


D.9/7/1847 


D.4/25/1851 


Koln 


Bassenheim 


Bassenheim 



B.5/10/1850 
Bassenheim 

0. 



606N 



THE HAIMANN/HAYMANN FAMILY FROM BASSENHEIM 

DESCENDANTS OF HERZ HAYMANN AND FEIL JACOB 

CHILDREN OF FELIX AND JOHANNA fFRANIO HAIMANN 



FROM PAGE 606A 



From 

Page__ 

606G 



HERMAN - FANNETTE 
"Fannchen" 
HAIMAN 
DREfUSS 



B.5/1 6/1880 

Baden 
D.3/28/1942 

Louisville, KY 
oo6/30/1908 



LOUIS NATHAN - SIBILLA 
(ISABELLE) 
HAIMAN 
GRASS 



GOTTFRIED 



HAIMAN 



B.9/9/1882 
Bassenheim 

D.2/12/1961 
Chicago 

OccTimekeeper 



B.I 0/6/ 1884 
,IL 
D.after 1920 

oo6/1/1907 
Crown Point, IN 
Occ.Mrs.Grass 
Soup Co. 



B.12/14/1883 B.8/18/1886 
Bassenheim Bassenheim 



D.I 927 
Chicago 



D. 



To Page 6060-4 



FELIX 



SARAH 



DREIF USS 



B.1909 



B. 




SIDNEY - JEANNE ISABELL 
DREIFUSS 

PQKQRNY 



B. 



Minneapolis,MN 



~8/30/1942 



B.1 1/14/1921 



RUSSELL 



JULIE 
POKORNY 



I 



HARVEY 



B. 



POKORNY 



B. 



B. 



To Page 6060-1 



EDWARD 



POKORNY 



B. 



B. 



To Page 6060-2 



B. 



To Page 6060-3 



To 
__Page 
606P 



606O 



THE HAIMANN/HAYMAN N FAMILY FRQM 6 A SSENHE1M 

DESCENDANTS QF HER Z HAYMANN AND FEIL JACOB 

CHILDREN OF RUSSELL AND JULIE fPOKORNY) 



FROM PAGE 6060 




B.I 980 



B.I 982 



606O-1 



THE HAiMANN/HAYMANN FAMILY FROM BASSENHEIM 

DESCENDANTS O F HERZ HAYMANN AND FEIL JACOB 

CHILDREN OF HARVEY AND ( ^ PQKQRNY 



FROM PAGE 6060 



ARWEN BETH 
POKORNY 



B.I 976 



NOAH 



POKORNY 



B.1980 



606O-2 



THE HA1MANN/HAYMANN FAMILY FROM BASSENHEIM 

DESCENDANTS O F HERZ HAYMANN AND FEIL JACOB 

CHILDREN OF EDWARD AND ( 1 POKORNY 



FROM PAGE 6060 



SARAH JEANNE 
POKORNY 



B.1981 



606O-3 



THE HAIMANN/HAYMANN FAMILY FROM BASSENHEIM 
DESCENDANTS OF HERZ HAYMANN AND FEIL JACOB 
CHILDREN OF LOUIS AND SIB1LLA fHAIMAN) GRASS 



FROM PAGE 6060 




B.1912 



B.1921 



606O-4 



THE HAIMANN/HAYMANN FAMILY FROM BASSENHEIM 

DESCENDANTS OF HERZ HAYMANN AND FEIL JACOB 

CHILDREN OF FELIX AND JOHANNA (FRANK) HAIMANN 



FROM PAGE 606A 



From 
6060 



PHILIP 



VERONIKA 
(FRIEDA) 
HAIMAN 



LEWS 



FALK 



BERTHA 
HAIMAN 



B. 



D. 



STUMS 



B.1/9/1888 
Bassenheim 
D.I 947 
San Francisco, CA 



B.I 1/5/1886 

Milwaukee.WI 
D.9/19/1980 

Brisbane,CA 

ۥ12/1/1915 

Chicago 

[Buried in Hills of Eternity Cemetery, 
Colma.CA} 



B.2/7/1890 
Bassenheim 

D.6/7/1952 
San Francisco.CA 




To 

Page 

_606P1 



HOWARD - 



CARLYN 
STUMES 



KEIHL 



B.1916 



B. 



B.1917 
D.1993 




B.1968 



606P 



THE HAIMANN/HAYMANN FAMILY FROM BASSENHEIM 

DESCENDANTS OF HERZ HAYMANN AND FEIL JACOB 

CHILDREN OF FALK AND BERTHA (HAIMANN) STUMES 

FROM PAGE 606P 



From 
Page 
















606P 










EDWIN 
STUMES 


WOODROW - ROSALIEl 
SNOWDEISJ 

STUMES 


WARREN - MILDRED BELLE 
HOWARD 

STUMES 


NORMAN-NADADINE 
GILMAN 

STUMPS 



B.1922 



B/1924 



B. 



B.1924 



B. 



B.I 928 B. 



606P-1 



THE HAIMANN/HAYMANN FAMILY FROM BASSENHEIM 

DESCENDANTS OF HERZ HAYMANN AND FEIL JACOB 

CHILDREN OF FR1EDRICH WILHELM AND REGINA (MAYERS HAIMANN 



FROM PAGE 606F 




LEOPOLD 



HAIMANN 



JACOB 



HAIMANN 



1 



CLARA 



HAIMANN 



BERTHA 



HAIMANN 



LISETTA 



HAIMANN 



To 

-Page 

606R 



B.1/26/1874 

Bassenheim 

D. 



B.2/19/1875 B.9/24/1876 B.4/10/1878 B.1 2/10/1879 B.3/22/1 882 
Bassenheim Bassenheim Bassenheim Bassenheim Bassenheim 

D.Holocaust D.Holocaust D.Holocaust D.Holocaust D.Holocaust 



606Q 



THE HAIMANN/HAYMANN FAMILY FROM BASSENHEIM 

DESCENDANTS OF HERZ HAYMANN AND FEIL JACOB 

CHILDREN OF FRIEDRICH WILHELM AND REGINA (MAYER) HAIMANN 



From 

Page_ 

606Q 



EMIL 



HAIMANN 



FROM PAGE 606F 



ZERLINA 



HAIMANN 



ISADOR 



HAIMANN 



B.9/17/1883 


B.2/25/1885 


B.2/5/1887 


Bassenheim 


Bassenheim 


Bassenheim 


D.8/20/1900 


D. 


D. 


Koblenz 







606R 



THE HAIM ANN/HAYMANN FAMILY FROM MUNSTERMAIFELD 

[This family may have been related to the Haimann family from Bassenheim] 



MOISES 


B. 


B. 


D. 


D. 


(MUnstermaifeld-1808) 


HERMANN 


(Haimann Moses) 


HAIMANN 


B. 


B. 


D. 


D. 


(Munstermaifeld- 1808) 


MICHEL - CHARLOTTE 


(Moises Haimann) (Zerle) 


HAIMANN 


B. 


B. 


D. 


D. 


(Munsterm 


aif eld- 1808) 


JOSEPH 


(Isaac) 


HAIMANN 



B. 

D. 

[Lived in Munstermai 
f eld in 1808] 



607 



THE HEILBRAN FAMILY FROM MUNSTERMAIFEL D 











JOSEPH 






B. 
D. 


B. 

D. 




(Munstermaifeld- 7 808 ) 




ABRAHAM 
(Abraham Joseph) 

HEILBRAN 






B. 
D. 


B. 
D. 





607A 



THE HERZ FAMILY FROM DIEBLICH 



[This family may be related to the Herz family from Polch. See note on Page 622] 

From Page 622? 



age 



MOYSES - SIBILLA 
BERNARD! 

HERZ 



B.1736 

D.9/15/1828 
Dieblich 




B. 

D.9/9/1829 
Dieblich 



B.I 772 

D.l/28/1829 

Dieblich 
Occ.Butcher 



\(Also on Page 570) 



ABRAHAM - SIBILLA 

GOTTSCHALK 

H£SZ 



(Also on Page 1231) 



ISAAC 



SIBILLA 
HERZ 



SIMON 



B.I 7 



B.c.1776 



D.D.5/1/1850 D.5/3/1840 
Dieblich Dieblich 

To Page 61 1 



B.I 779 

D.10/31/1856 
Dieblich 



B.1776 

Dieblich 
D.I 1/1 1/1834 

Dieblich 



To Page 1231 





B.11/13/1811 

Dieblich 
D.1881 

Dieblich 
[Buried in 
Gondorf] 



NATHAN - JOHANNA 

(Natan (JOHANETTA) 
Ha-Levi) MARX 
HERZ 



(AI$QonPaqe1159} 



B.5/1/1813 

Dieblich 
D.10/5/1871 

Dieblich 



B.3/31/1805 

Thur 
D.2/25/1882 

Dieblich 



MOSES - SUSANNA 
(Chaim) "Soosel" 
"Moose" MARX 
HERZ 


B.2/7/1816 

Dieblich 
D.10/1/1871 

Dieblich 
«6/15/1853 


B.8/13/1823 

Pillig 
D.5/20/1910 

Dieblich 




[Buried in 
Gondorf] 



To Page 609 



To Page 61 1 



608 



THE HERZ FAMILY FROM DIEBLICH 

DESCENDANTS OF MQYSES AND SIBILLA (BERNARDO HERZ 

CHILDREN OF NATHAN AND JQHANETT A fMARXl HERZ 



FROM PAGE 608 



JOSEPH - 


MARX 


JACOBS 


B. 


B. 


D. 


D 




JAKOB 

(Efiokim) 



SIBILLA 

(Billa) 

JACOBS 



jjEBL 



B.4/6/1843 

Dieblich 
D. 



B. 1/13/1845 

Dieblich 
D.1911 

Dieblich 
«8/18/1874 

[Buried in 
Gondorf] 





B.5/30/1848* 

Osann 
D.6/14/1922 

Dieblich 
[* = Gravestone 

says 1 843] 
[Buried in 
Gondorf] 



B.3/25/1848 
Dieblich 

a 



EDMUND 



B.6/10/1875 

Dieblich 
D.7/26/1875 

Dieblich 



iJEEL 



MORITZ 



FRIEDA 

WEIL 

MAYER 



iJEBZ 



B.2/1/1877 

Dieblich 
D. 



B.4/27/1879 
Dieblich 

D.I 0/1 5/1 952 

Milan, Italy 
«8/6/1 907 

Occ.Butcher, 
Merchant 



ISIDORE 



JHEEi. 



To 

.Page 

610 



3.12/6/1882 
Alzheim, 
Hessen 

D. 



B.12/31/1880 

Dieblich 
D.1/8/1881 

Dieblich 




B.I 0/1 6/1 907 
Dieblich 



609 



THE HERZ FA MILY FROM DIEBLICH 

DESCENDANTS OF MOYSES AND SIBILLA (BERNARDS HFR7 

CHILDREN OF NATHAN AND JOHANETTA fMARX^ HERZ 

FROM PAGE 609 



From 

Page_ 

609 



CAROLINA 



HERZ 



B.10/19/1851 

Dieblich 
D.l/13/1853 

Dieblich 



CHILDREN OF JAKOB AND SIBILLA f JACOBS1 HFR7 

FROM PAGE 609 



From 
Page. 
609 



















FROMERS 
HERZ 




JOSEF 
HERZ 




JOHANNA 
HERZ 



B.2/8/1882 


B.8/16/1886 


B.1 0/5/1 888 


Dieblich 


Dieblich 


Dieblich 


D.1937 


D.8/22/1886 


D.1937 


Bausendorf 


Dieblich 


K6ln-Lindenthai 



610 



THE HERZ FAM ILY FROM DIEBLICH 

DESCENDANTS OF MOYSES AND SIBILLA (BERNARDh HERZ 

CHILDREN OF MOSES AND SUSANNA (MARX^ HERZ 



FROM PAGE 608 



MOSES 



HERZ 



B.6/19/1854 

Dieblich 
D.2/19/1855 

Dieblich 



(Pm$) 



From 
Page 
1155 



HENRI - AMALIA 
HERZ 

MEUSENS 



(Also on Page 1155) 



NATHAN - ROSALIE 
(Rachel) 
MARX 

HEBZ 



B. 



D. 



Dieblich 



B.12/5/1855 

Dieblich 
D. 

Dieblich 
[Buried in 
Gondorf] 



B.10/9/1857 

Dieblich 
D.4/22/1930 

Dieblich 
Occ.Butcher 
[Buried in 
Gondorf] 




B.1 2/22/1 862 
Wierschem 

D.4/11/1930* 
Binningen 

[Buried in 

Gondorf] 

* =*Town records 

also show May 

20,1910 as 

date of death. 



B.2/12/1860 

Dieblich 
D. 



VANETTA 
HERZ 



MARCUS 



HERZ 




B.4/13/1892 B.7/10/1893 

Dieblich Dieblich 

D. D. 



B. 

D. 

Koblenz 
oo4/17/1931 

Occ.President 
of Post World 
War II Jewish 
Community of 
the Koblenz 
area 



B.3/26/1896 

Dieblich 
D.I 2/24/1 968 

Koblenz 



To Page 612 



611 



THE HERZ FAMI L Y FR O M P I E B LIC H 
DESCENDANTS OF MQYSES AND SIBILLA (BERNARDO HERZ 

SON QF JULIUS ANP SELMA (HERZ) GUNTHER 

FROM PAGE 611 



DANNY 



KARL 



gQNTHER 



B. 



B. 



GUNTHER 



RUTH 
GUNTHER 
(Divorced) 



B. 



B. 



B. 



B.C. 1963 

D.2004 
Israel 



SHARON 



B. 



612 



THE HERZ FAMILY FROM DIEBLICH 

DESCENDANTS OF MOYSES AND S1BILLA (BERNARDO HERZ 

CHILDREN OF MOSES AND SUSANNA (MARX^ HERZ 



FROM PAGE 608 



From 

Page_ 

611 



JEANETTE 



JBL 



B.7/3/1862 

Dieblich 
D.I 2/30/1 872 

Dieblich 



FRANCISKA 



HERZ 



B.9/2/1863 
Dieblich 

D.Holocaust 
Theresienstadt 
8/28/1942 



HERMANN - 
(Naftali) 



FANNY 



HERZ 



B.9/12/1867 

Dieblich 
D.5/5/1933 

Dieblich 
[Buried in 
Gondorf] 



B. 

D.Holocaust? 

[Memorial to her 
on husband's 
tombstone in 
Gondorf] 



613 



THE HER? FAMILY FROM DIEBLICH 
DESCENDANTS OF MOYSES AND SIBILLA (BERNARDO HERZ 
CHILDREN OF ABRAHAM AND SIBILLA (GOTTSCHALIO HERZ 



FROM PAGE 608 
J 



ANSCHEL-CATHERINA 
SALOMON 
OSIER 



(temMw) 



B. 



D. 



LUDWIG - ANNA 
SELIGMANN RUEBER 
MARX 



B. 



D. 



B. 
D. 



JACOB 



MARIA 

HERZ 



ACKERMAN 



\ 



B. 



Thalfang 



D. 



B.9/26/1809 

Diebfich 
D. 



oo12/7/1846 





B.1814 

Dieblich 
D.3/18/1858 

Dieblich 



JACOB 


- ROSETTA 


(Eliakim 


OSTER 


Ha-Levi) 


B.5/20/1820 




Burgen 




D.I 2/4/1 850 




Dieblich 




oolQ/30/1846 



- HENRIETTE 

MARX 
iiERZ 



B.1 1/18/1816 B.10/13/1816 
Diebfich Gemunden 



D.1/10/1890 

Dieblich 
eo6/26/1851 



D.9/2/1889 

Dieblich 
[Buried in 
Gondorf] 



B.7/9/1830 

Dieblich 
D.5/28/1831 

Dieblich 



B. 
D. 



To 
-Page 
621 



To Page 615 
To Page 620 



614 



THE HERZ FAMILY FROM DIEBLICH 

DESCENDANTS OF MOYSES AND SIBILLA (BERNARDH HER7 

CHILDREN OF JACOB AND ROSETTA (OSTER^ HERZ 

FROM PAGE 614 



From 
Page 
623 



From 
Page 
623 



To 
.Page 
620 



(AIsq\qp P$g$ $23} 



MOISES 
HERZ 

B.4/15/1824 
Munstermaifetd 

D.2/5/1870 
Munstermaifeld 

«5/11/1869 
Munstermaifeld 



BERTHA 
MOSES 



ANDREAS 
(Asher) 



- BERTHA 
MOSES 
B.5/29/1840 

Oberndorf 
D.10/11/1874 

Dieblich 



- AMALIE 
SIMON 
B.2/9/1852 

Heimanstein 
D.4/14/1889 

Dieblich 
«1 875 

[Buried in 
Gondorfl 



CLARA 
STRAUSS 



HER? 



B.1/3/1847 

Dieblich 
D.1/22/1919 

Munstermaifeld 
"9/12/1889 

[Buried in 
Gondorf] 



B.4/3/1865 

D.Holocaust 
5/8/1945 





D. 



Mehring 



B.I 2/3/1 848 

Dieblich 
D.2/9/1937 

Bernkastel-Kues 



B.11/10/1850 

Dieblich 
D.6/12/1853 

Dieblich 



>1875 



DAVID - FRANCISKA 
GOLDSCHMIDT 
SIMON 



B. 
D. 



GUSTAV - SARA 
OPPENHEIMER 
STRAUS? 



B. 
D. 



I 1 



. I 



To Page 61 6 To Page 61 7 To Page 61 9 



615 



THE HERZ FAMILY FROM DIEBLICH 

DESCENDANTS OF MOYSES AND SIBILLA (BERNARDh HERZ 

CHILDREN OF ANDREAS AND BERTHA (MOSES^ HERZ 



FROM PAGE 615 



ANONYMOUS 



HERZ 




B.I 872 

Munstermaifeid 
D. 



B.5/4/1873 
Dieblich 

D.8/6/1873 
Dieblich 



PAULINE 
HERZ 



B.4/9/1874 

Dieblich 
D. 



616 



THE HER? FAMILY FRQM DIESUCH 

DESCENDANTS OF MQYSES AND SIB1LLA (BERNARDh HER2 
CHILDREN OF ANDREAS AND AMALIE (SIMONS HERZ 



FROM PAGE 615 



SALOMON 



S1BILLA 
HERZ 



WERTHEIM 



ISAAK 



EMMA 
HERZ 



1C KE NBER G 




To 
Page 



618 



B. 


B.4/9/1876 


B. 


B.5/1/1877 


B.1/23/1879 




Dieblich 




Dieblich 


Dieblich 


D. 


D.12/28/1953 


D. 


D. 
Dieblich 


D. 


co8/24/1899 




oo7/22/1904 







617 



THE HERZ FAMILY FROM DIEBLICH 

DESCENDANTS OF MOYSES AND SIB1LLA ( BERNARDO HERZ 

CHILDREN OF ANDREAS AND AMALIE (SIMONS HER? 



FROM PAGE 615 



To 

Page. 

617 



AUGUSTA 



HERZ 



B.9/23/1881 

Dieblich 
D.1/8/1883 

Dieblich 



(Plettenberg) 



LOUIS 



B. 



D. 



MATILDA 
HERZ 



HE1LBRONN 



B.I 2/31/1 882 

Dieblich 
D. 



oo2/16/1 906 



618 



THE HERZ FAMILY FROM DIEBLICH 

DESCENDANTS OF MOYSES AND SIB1LLA f BERNARDH HERZ 

CHILDREN OF ANDREAS AND CLARA fSTRAUSS^ HER7 



FROM PAGE 615 



(tetsforf) 




B.5/14/1890 B. 

Dieblich 
D. D. 

oo1920 



(KmeWgrf) 



SIEGFRED 



IDA 
HERZ 



SUSSMAN 



B. 
D. 
«.2/28/1919 



B.5/20/1891 

Dieblich 
D. 



ALFRED 



JdEEL 



B.1/15/1897 

Dieblich 
D.10/28/1916 

France 

World War I 



619 



THE HERZ FAMILY FROM DIEBLICH 

DESCENDANTS OF MOYSES AND SIBILLA (BERNARDO HERZ 

CHILDREN OF JACOB AND HENRIETTA (MARX^ HERZ 













FROM PAGE 614 






(Koblenz) 






CURT - SARA 
WOLF 
FEIST 






B. 


B. 




D. 


D. 


From 
Paae 






615 


















ALBERT - FREDERICKA 
FEIST 

HERZ 




LEOPOLD 
HERZ 




BABBTA 

(BARBARA) 

(Betiah) 

HERZ 




B.5/13/1853 




B.3/23, 
Diebli 
D. 

•1/8/1 


H852 
ch 

880 


B.3/11, 
Koblei 

D.2/1/' 
Thalb< 


/1845 

1941 
snberg 


Dieblich 

D.2/1/1857 

Dieblich 


B.4/25/1855 

Dieblich 
D.1/28/1883 

Dieblich 
[Buried in 
Gondorf] 



620 



THE HERZ FAMILY FROM DIEBLICH 
DESCENDANTS QF MOYSES AND SIBILLA (BERNARDH HERZ 
CH1UPREN OF ABRAHAM AND SIB1LLA (GQTTSCHALK) HERZ 



FROM PAGE 608 



JACOB - ANNA MARIA 



HIRSCH 



B. 



D. 



From 

Page„ 

608 



B. 



D. 



J 



(Lived in Koblenz) 
(AtiQQnPsqe 1213) 



MEYER 



B. 



D. 



oo6/23/1841 
Maven 



■ CLARA 
OSTER 
B.I 1/14/1 81 1 

Miinstermaifeld 
D.1 0/1 6/1 842 

Munstermaifeld 
oo3/1/1843 

Maven 



LISETTE 
[SUSANNA] 
HERRMANN 

B.9/29/1807 
Niederingelheim 

D. 

oo10/16/1856 
Mayen 



- ELISABETH 
HERZ 
HIRSCH 



To Page 1213 



From Page 1211 



[Lisette was the widow of Jacob Decker in 
Ahrweiler. She was the daughter of Lazarus 
Herrmann in Niederingelheim and Regina 
Wolf.] 



B.I 0/5/1 805 


B.5/3/1820 


Fahr near Neuwied 


Dieblich 


D.After 1872 


D.1877 


Koblenz 


Koblenz 



621 



THE HERZ F AMILY FROM POI CM 



The roots of this Herz family are in Wierschem (Burg Eltz). Their names before Napoleon's 
1808 Edict were Sabel, Salomon, Hirz and Hirtz. Herz is an Ashkenazic name meaning 
"stag" in German. 



HIRZ 



B. 

D. 



PWch) 



SALOMON 

(Hirz Salomon) 

(Hirtz) 



HERZ 



SARA 

B1NNES 

(Michelle Hirtz) 

(Michler Hirtz) 



B.9/9/1750 

Munstermaifeld 
D.8/4/1836 

Polch 
Occ.Cattle dealer 



Moyses Herz of Dieblich 
[Page 608] may have 
Salomon Herz's older 
brother. 



B.1757 

Cochem 
D.12/17/1840 

Polch 



From 
Page 
257 



BENEDICT 
(Bendat) 



HERZ 



ABRAHAM 



HERZ 



(AI9Q <?n PW$ Z5?) 



To 

_Page 

625 



JOSEPH 
(Freidel) 



ROSINA 
(Reisgen) 
BENDER 



i£RZ 



B. 



Polch 

a 

[Lived in Polch 
in 1808. 
Probably 
Salomon Herz's 
oldest son.] 



B.5/20/1789 

Polch 
D. 

[Lived in Polch 
in 1808.] 



B.1 1/4/1791 

Polch 
D.1/22/1850 

Munstermaifeld 
ool0/n/1820 

Munstermaifeld 



B.I 0/2/1 794 

Munstermaifeld 
D.11/28/1874 
Munstermaifeld 



To Page 623 



622 



THE HERZ FAMILY FROM PQLCH 

ANCESTORS OF SALOMON AND SARA fBIN NES^ HERZ 

CHILDREN OF JOSEPH AND ROSINA (BENDERS HERZ 



FROM PAGE 622 



HEIMANN - BERTHA 
(Sara) 
SOLOMON 

MQSES 



B. 



D.After 1869 




B. 



D.After! 869 



(Lived in Obemdorf and 
Munstermaifeld) 




B.1 1/20/1821 
Munstermaifeld 

D.4/13/1849 
MGnstermaifeld 



To Page 616 



MOISES 
HERZ 

B.4/1 5/1824 
Munstermaifeld 

D.2/5/1860 
Munstermaifeld 

»5/11/1869 
Munstermaifeld 



ANDREAS 

(Asher) 

H5RZ 



B.6/26/1826 
Munstermaifeld 

D.12/31/1826 
MGnstermaifeld 



B.10/31/1827 
Munstermaifeld 

D. 



B.1/3/1847 

Dieblich 
D.1722/1919 

Munstermaifeld 
colO/17/1871 

[Buried in the 
Gondorf Jew- 
ish Cemetery] 



B.5/29/1840 

Obemdorf 
D.10/1 1/1874 

Dieblich 
[Berta Moses 
was the first 
of Andreas 
Herz's three 
wives. See 
Page 615] 



623 



THE HERZ FAMILY FROM POLCH 

ANCESTORS OF SALOMON AND SARA (BINNES^ HER? 

CHILDREN OF JOSEPH AND ROSINA fBENDER^ HERZ 



FROM PAGE 622 



From 
Page 






















623 


















SIMON 
HERZ 




CAROLINA 
HERZ 




SALOMON 




EMANUEL 


B.8/9/U 


329 




B.9/8/1830 






HERZ 




HERZ 



Munstermaifeld 
D.8/16/1829 
Munstermaifeld 



Munstermaifeld 
D.11/20/1831 
Munstermaifeld 



B. 11/30/1 832 

Munstermaifeld 
D. 



B.1 1/9/1834 

Munstermaifeld 
D. 



624 



THE HERZ FAMILY FROM PQLCH 
CHILDREN OF SALOMON AND SARA (BINNES) HERZ 

FROM PAGE 622 



MAYER - 



B. 
D. 



B. 



Helene Mayer, the wife of Moises Anschel 
(Page 1 54 — who were the parents of 
Michael Anschel (see below right), who 
married Maria Anna Mayer (see below 
right — may have been Salomon Mayer's 
sister. 



\f Gondorf- 1808) 



SALOMON- OTHILIE 



B. 



P,lfefore18Q2 
- KAROLINA 

OSTER 

MAYER 



To 

.Page 

154 



B.I 7 



B.17 




From 
Page 

352 

I 



D.18 D.18 

Occ.Dealer [Father: Anshell] 



B.4/9/1794 

Polch 
D.1/6/1869 

Gondorf 
oo2/6/1827 

Munstermaifeld 
Occ.Butcher, 

Dealer 
[Simon Bender, 
58 years old in 
1827, a butcher 
in Munstermaifeld, 
was a witness to 
the wedding of 
Isaack and Helena.] 



B.I 807 

Gondorf 
D. 

Gondorf 




\ 



8.3/11/1796 

Polch 
D.1/22/1854 
Polch 



B.C. 1805 

Filzen near Trier 
D.5/7/1868 

Polch 



To 

.Page 

664 



(mrf Qthifc fwife #1/: 

•Maria Anna Mayer (born 
in 1 790 in Gondorf, died on 
6/14/1844 in Polch; first 
wife of Michael Anschel -- 
also on Page 154), 
Daughters of Salomon ftfgygr 



<w4f£Qrotiw Qttsr [\yjft #2]: 
•Sara Mayer (born 

7/22/1 803 in Gondorf). 
•Rachael Mayer (born. 

11/4/1804 in Gondorf). 
•Anne Mayer (born 

g/l/lgQSipGQna-orf). 



To Page 626 



To Page 640 



625 



THE HERZ FAMILY FROM POLCH 

ANCESTORS OF SALOMON AND SARA (BtNNES) HERZ 

CHILDREN OF ISAACK AND HELENA fMAYFR^ HFR7 



FROM PAGE 625 



(Also on Paae 12S9) 



SALOMON - 


ROSETTA 


WOLFF 


HERZ 


B.3/1/1819 




Ochtendung 
D.7/5/1853 




OQhtendMng 





NATHAN - 
MEYER 





. 






MEYER 




B. 




B. 




B. 




B. 

1 



MEYER 



B. 



D. 



To 

Page 

1249 



B. 



D. 



CAROLINA 



HERZ 



B.I 838-39 
Gondorf 

D.3/8/1844 
Gondorf 



B. 

D. 

oc1870 

Occ.Language 
Teacher 



B.5/14/1828 

Gondorf 
D.5/31/1899 

Ochtendung 



To 
_Page 
627 



SALOMON - 



JOHANNA 
BOLL 
B.7/1 1/1845 

Gaulsheim (Hessen) 
D.Before 1895 



REGINA 
STRASSBURGER 
-UERZ 



B.5/7/1844 

Gondorf 
D.l/21/1920 

Gaulsheim 
«9/9/1895 

Leutershausen 



B.2/2/1866 
Leutershausen 

D.l 2/22/1920 
Bingen 



~1 

To Page 1 289 



SOPHIE 

"Selma" 

HERZ 



HEDWIG 
HERZ 



KAROLINE 

"Lilli" 
HERZ 



ROSALIA 
HERZ 



B.1 1/16/1896 
Gaulsheim 



B.1 1/19/1898 
Gaulsheim 



B.9/21/1900 
Gaulsheim 



B.10/20/1903 
Gaulsheim 



626 



THE HERZ FAMI LY FROM PQLCH 

ANCESTORS OF SALOMON AND SARA (BINNES) HERZ 

CHILDREN OF ISAACK AND HELENA (MAYERS HER? 



FROM PAGE 622 



From 

Page_ 

626 



MARKUS 



JUDITH 
KAUFMANN 



HTO 



B.1 1/18/1829 

Gondorf 

(1 1 a.m.) 
D.1/9/1867 

Nickenich 



P.1/4/1827 
Binningen 
P 



MARKUS SIMON - 



E SS ER 



SOPHIE 
HERZ 



ESTHER 
HERZ 



To 
.Page 
638 



ANDREAS 



HERZ 



B.12/3/1831 

Gondorf 
D. 



B.8/26/1833 

Gondorf 
D. 



SELIGMANN - SARA 


MEYER 


LEVI 


B. 


B. 


D. 


D. 




JOSEPH - CAROLINA 


LEVI 


ESSER 


B.8/8/1801 


3.5/16/1800 


K6ln 


Heimerzheim 


D.2/28/1877 


D.I 1/26/1879 


Rodenkirchen 


Rodenkirchen 


oo4/29/1830 




Rodenkirchen 





Joseph Esser was one of the first 
Jewish boys born in Kftln since 
the expulsion of the Jews from 
Koln in 1424. He was born on 20 
Thermjdor IX re/9/1 3QH- , , 



ABRAHAM - CURA 

SUSMANN 
LANDSTEER-MARX 



B. 



D. 



Ruppertshofen 



B. 



Welfmich 



D. 



SAMUEL 



LANDSTEER-MARX 
E?SER 



B.1/25/1833 
Heimersheim 

D.4/17/1889 
Koln 

«10/12/1858 
Rodenkirchen 



B.9/12/1831 
Ruppertshofen 

D.ll/1 2/1886 
Koln 



B.4/22/1862 B.9/30/1861 
Rodenkirchen Nickenich 

D.2/14/1920 D.7/1 5/1927 
Koln Koln 

To Page 628 



627 



THE HERZ FAMILY FROM POLCH 

ANCESTO RS OF SALOMON AND SARA (BINNES^ HERZ 

CHILDREN OF MARKUS SIMON AND SOPHIE fHERZ) ESSER 



FROM PAGE 627 



MAX - MARIA ANTONIA 




THERESA 




WERNER 




B.8/23/1895 




Koln 




D.2/19/1931 




Koln 




KAETE 


HERRING 




B. 




D. 




Frankfurt 




FANNY 


ZIMMT 




ESSER 




B.4/20/1888 B.8/3/1893 




Koln Saarlautern 


D.Holocaust D.Holocaust 


2/12/1943 (Transported 


Frankfurt to Poland) 


(at the hands Mar. 1943 


of the Gestapo) 



(Levittown.PA) 



ERNST - LIESELOTTE 
HOFFMANN 

ESSEB 



B.10/29/1925 
Koln 



«8/28/1947 

Frankfurt 
Occ.Engineer 



B.3/14/1925 
Frankfurt 



Occ.Designer, 
Illustrator 



ERNEST SAMUEL - JOHANNA 




(Ben Simon) LOEB 




ESSER 




B.5/26/1891 


B.I 2/6/1 899 


Koln 


Nidda,Hessen 


D.4/20/1955 


D.8/19/1995 


Bridgeport,CT 


Newtown, PA 


oo9/11/1921 




Frankfurt 




i 







To 

_Page 

633 



ULRiCH - 


■ DR. RUTH 




ESSER 




(Ph.D.) 


FRANK 


B.6/29/1922 


B.7/7/1922 


Frankfurt 


Frankfurt 


D.1 1/18/1990 




Newtown, PA 




oo7/11/1942 




New York 




Occ.Engineer 


Occ. Professor 


[One of Ulrich 


Emeritus, 


Frank's ances- 


Clinical 


tors was Juda, 


Psychologist; 


born in Koln in 


Local Elected 


1433.] 


Official 



kurt - myrna 

steinowitzl 

B.7/28/1937 
Bronx.NY 

D.3/3/1986 
Boston, MA 

oo1955 
New York 



HELEN 
KNOX 



ESSER 



B.10/18/1931 B. 
Frankfurt Ireland 



To Page 629 



To Page 630 



To Page 632 



628 



THE HERZ FA MILY FROM POI CM 
ANCESTORS OF SALOMON AND SARA fRINNF^ HF*7 
SON OF ERNST AND LIFSF1 OTTE (HOFFMA NNS ESSFR 

FROM PAGE 628 



MATTHEW 



DR. KLAUS - BARBARA BETH 
(M.D.) SEIVERD 

ESSER 



B.l/16/1949 
Frankfurt 



»8/29/1969 
Glenolden,PA 
Occ.lmmunologist 



B.6/24/1949 
Philadelphia.PA 



ES S ER 



JONATHAN 



B.5/12/1979 
Columbia,MD 



ESSER 



B.l 2/1 6/1 986 
Colurnbia,MD 



629 



THE HERZ FAMILY FROM POI CM 

ANCESTORS OF SALOM ON AND SARA fBINNES^ HFR7 

CHILDREN OF OF ULRICH AND DR. RUTH f ESSEm FRANK 



FROM PAGE 628 



DR. PETER - PATRICIA 


(M.D.) O'BRIEN 


FRANK 


B.3/24/1944 


B.2/23/1943 


Vineland,NJ 


St.Petersburg,F 


col/ /1973 




Philadelphia, PA 




Occ. Family 


Occ. Registered 


Physician 


Nurse 




B.1 1/17/1943 
Brooklyn, NY 



oo6/18/1967 
Princeton,NJ 
Occ.Attomey 



B. 11/4/1946 
New York 



Occ. Volunteer 
at Women's 
Shelter 





1 


DR. RANDALL 


- DR. ERICA 


FRANCIS 


(M.D.) 


(M.D.) 




WHrrE 


FRANK 


B.6/5/1959 


B.6/1 7/1962 


Atlanta,GA 


Yardfey,PA 


oo12/29/1990 




Bluffton,SC 




Occ.Psychiatrist 


Occ.lnternal and 




Preventive 




Medicine, 




Professor- 




Emory 




University 




Medical School 



To Page 631 



ALEXIS J. 



ALLISON 
PREACHER 



FRANK 



B.9/22/1974 
Philadelphia, PA 



•9/ /2001 
Hilton Head.SC 

Occ. Medical 
Administrator 



THOMAS 



LAURA 
WASSERMAN 



MILLER 



ADAM 



LISA 
WASSERMAN 



B. 



Occ.lnterior 
Decorator 



B.5/16/1965 
Bellefontaine, 
OH 

oo10/14/1990 
Bellefontaine, 
OH 
Occ. Builder 



WEISSBERG 



B.12/13/1968 
Silver Spring, 
MD 



B.9/1 1/1971 
Dearborn, Ml 



Occ.Marketing 
Specialist 



oo9/28/2002 
Rockledge,FL 
Occ.Certified 
Public 

Accountant 



B.3/6/1971 
Baltimore.MD 



Occ.Flight 
Attendant 



To Page 631 



BRENNA 
ALEXIS 
FRANK 



B.I 0/1 2/2003 
Hilton Head.SC 



630 



THE HERZ FAMILY FRQM PQIQH 

ANCESTORS OF SALOMON AND SAR A (BINNES^ HERZ 

CHILDREN QF OF THOMAS ANP LAURA (WASSERMAN) MILLER 



JESSICA ANN 



MIUER 



B.1 1/1 6/1 995 
Bellefontaine,OH 

Occ.Student 



FROM PAGE 629 



JACOB 



J_ 



RONALD 



MILLER 



B.I 2/21/1998 
Columbus.OH 

Occ.Student 



-Twins 




B.12/21/1998 
Columbus.OH 

Occ.Student 



SON OF OF DR. RANDALL WHITE AND DR. ERICA FRANK 

FROM PAGE 629 



NATHANIEL ETHERfDGE 



FRANK-WHITE 



B.3/25/1997 
Atlanta,GA 

Occ.Student 



631 



THE HER? F AMILY FROM Pm PH 

ANCESTORS OF SALOMON AND SARA f RINNES^ HFR7 

CH ILDREN OF OF KURT AND MYRNA fSTEINQWrm FSSFf* 



FROM PAGE 628 



VALORIE 



B.9/19/1957 

New York 
0.11/15/1967 

Boston,MA 




ESSER 



B.l 2/20/1 960 
Brookline,MA 



OccMagazine Occ.Jeweter 
Editor 



632 



THE HERZ FAMILY FROM POI CM 

ANCESTO RS OF SALOMON AND SARA ( BINNES^ HER? 

CHILDREN OF MARKUS SIMON AND SOPHIE (HERZ^ ESSFR 



FROM PAGE 627 



From 

Page_ 

628 



KARL 
(CHARLES) 



SELMA 
KAUFMANN 



E SSER 



To 

_Page 

634 



MATHILDE 
ESSER 



B.7/3/1893 

Koln 
D.5/21/1944 

Grenoble, France 
oc5/5/1920 

K6ln 



PERLMAN 



B.3/7/1896 

Julich 
D.2/22/1979 

Brussels.Belgium 



D. 



B.1/20/1895 

Koln 
D.1914? 




B.9/1/1923 

Petrograd, Russia 
D.6/1 0/2001 

Brussels,Belgium 
co12/1/1949 

Brussels, Belgium 
Occ.Manager of a 
Womens's Clothing 
chain 



B.3/12/1921 

Koln 
D.5/21/2003 



* » She was arrested by the Gestapo in Grenoble, France 
on July 1 0, 1 944. She was sent to Auschwitz by the Nazi, 
Klaus Barbie, on the last transport to that concentration 
camp. She was a member and an official of the French 
Resistance during World War II. The name Jacqueline is 
related to the French Resistance movement. 



Brussels,Belgium 




B.4/21/1946 
Antwerp,Belgium 



Occ. Professor of 
History at L'Ecole 
des Hautes Etudes 
en Sciences 
Sociales-Paris; 
Author 



B.7/1 5/1952 
Brussels, Belgium 



Occ. Psychologist, Psychoanalyst, 
Writer. Author of six books, 
including a book about Siegmund 
Freud, Casanova, The Man Who 
Really Loved Women, 




8.3/1/1988 

Brussels, Belgium 



Occ.Student 



633 



THE HERZ FAMILY FRQM PQIQH 

ANCESTORS OF SALOMON AND SARA fBINNESl HER? 

CHILDREN OF MARKUS SIM ON AND SOPHIE (HERZ1 ESSER 



FROM PAGE 627 




B.6/30/1898 B. 

Koln 
D.Hoiocaust D.9/13/1990 

[Deported from Bad Godesberg 

France] 



B.4/ / 

Hessen 
D. 
Washington.DC 



B.5/2/1901 

Koln 
D.11/21/1984 

Washington.DC 



I r Silver Soring. MP) 




B.I 0/5/1 924 
Koln 



«6/27/1948 
Bridgeport, CT 




WALTER - SIGRID 
STENGEL 

LOSE 



B.1 1/28/1926 B. 
Planig 



oo4/4/1958 



B.8/28/1934 
Karlsruhe 



To Page 637 



B.5/7/1951 
Washington,DC 



oo8/6/1977 

Bethesda.MD 
Occ. Retail 
Jeweler 



B.8/17/1952 



ROBERT 
BELL 



MARCIA 
LOEB 



B. 



oo10/19/1975 
Columbia,MD 



THOMAS 
ALLEN 



B. 



To Page 635 



Occ. 
To Page 636 



B.5/1/1955 
Washtngton.DC 



Occ. 



634 



THE HERZ FAMILY FROM PQLCH 

ANCESTORS OF SALOMON AND SARA (BINNES^ HERZ 

CHILDREN OF DAVID AND SUSAN fLOEB) BRODER 



FROM PAGE 634 



ERICA 
BRODER 



ALEX HARRISON 



PROPER 



DEREK 



PROPER 



B.1/28/1980 B.I 1/6/1981 



B. 12/7/1 988 



635 



THE HERZ FAMILY FROM PQLCH 

ANCESTORS OF SALOMON AND SARA fBI NNES^ HERZ 

CHILDREN OF ROBERT AND MARCIA fLOEB^ BFI I 



FROM PAGE 634 



MONICA 
BELL 



SPENCER 



PELL 



B.6/22/1980 B.6/7/T987 



636 



THE HE R Z FAMILY FROM PQ LCH 

ANCESTORS OF SALOMON AND SARA (BINNES1 HERZ 

CHILDREN OF WALTER AND SIGRID fSTENGELl LOEB 



FROM PAGE 634 




B.9/17/1960 



Washington,DC B.7/10/1964 
D.9/5/1 965 Washington,DC 

Washington,DC 
(accident) 



MARLENE 
LOEB 



STEVEN 



JJ2E&. 



B.8/28/1966 
Washington,DC 



B.9/30/1974 
Washington,DC 



637 



THE HERZ FAMI LY FROM POI CU 

ANCESTORS OF SALOMON AND SARA fRI NNES) HER? 

CHILDREN OF ISAACK AND HELENA fMAYFR^ H FP7 



FROM PAGE 622 



From 

Page_ 

627 



MAGDALENA 
HERZ 



HENRIETTE 
HERZ 



B.9/16/1835 

Gondorf 
D 



B. 11/27/1836 

Gondorf 
D. 




B.9/17/1837 

Gondorf 
D. 



638 



THE HERZ FAMILY FROM PQLCH 

ANCESTORS OF SALOMON AND SARA (BINNES^ HERZ 

CHILDREN OF ISAACK AND HELENA fMAYER) HERZ 



FROM PAGE 622 



From 

Page_ 

638 



CAROUNA 
HERZ 



HERMANN - REGINA 
KAUFMAN 

HERZ 



B.9/25/1839 

Gondorf 
D 



B.7/16/1841 
Gondorf 

D. 



B.9/8/1841 
Gondorf 

D.3/4/1892 
Gondorf 

[Buried in 

Gondorf] 



AMALIA 
HERZ 



B.6/1/1846 

Gondorf 
D. 




B. 10/4/1 872 

Gondorf 
D. 



B.10/4/1872 

Gondorf 
D.l 1/24/1894 

Gondorf 



639 



THE; HERZ FAMI U FRO M P QICH 

ANCESTORS OF SALOMON AND SARA (BINNES) HERZ 

CHILDREN OF JAKOB A ND JUDIT (JACOBS HERZ 



FROM PAGE 622 



(Binninaen) 



JACOB - ELLIE 
(Zvi) SALMAN 
(SALOMON) 
[SICHLER] 
SIEGLER 



B. 
D.After1852 



B. 

D. After 1852 



(Aisgonpaqt? }^2) 



SAMUEL 



- ROOSET 

(ROSETTE WOLFF) 
WOLFF 



[SICHLER] 
SIEGLER 



B.2/16/1820 
Binningen 

D. 1/4/ 1904 
Kaisersesch 

"5/15/1850 
Polch 



B.12/14/1823 
Ochtendung 

D.8/25/1878 
Binningen 



SALOMON 



SARA 
(Sorche) 
HERZ 



SIEGLER 
SICHLER 




JOHANNA 



JML 



To 
.Page 
641 



SALOMON 



HEftZ 



B.3/24/1817 


B.2/24/1829 


B.1/26/1831 


Binningen 


Polch 


Polch 


D. 


0.7/ /1 879 




ooH/16/1852 






Polch 






[Buried in 


[Buried in 




Binningen 


Binningen 




Jewish 


Jewish 




Cemetery] 


Cemetery] 





B.3/14/1833 B.6/19/1835 

Polch Polch 

D.3/13/1835 D.1 1/10/1836 

Polch Polch 



640 



THE HERZ FA MILY FROM POI TH 

ANCESTORS OF SALOMON AND SARA fRI NNES) HERZ 

CHILDREN OF JAKOB AND JUDIT (JACOB! HFR7 

FROM PAGE 622 



- REICHEL 
MORDECHU 
ABRAHAM 



B. 



D. 



(Nierendorf) 



MOSES - MARGARETHA 

LEVY 
HAIMAN 



B. 

D.11/3/1829 
Helmenzen 



B. 



D.4/23/1831 



MOSES-ESTHER 

HERZ 
JACOB 



B. 



D. 



From 

Page_ 

640 



B. 



D.2/28/1855 



B. 



D. 



ISAAK - GUDULA 
HEIMANN 
ABRAHAM 



B. 

D.1/26/1858 
Helmenzen 



B. 

D.2/9/1861 
Helmenzen 



HERMANN 



- REBECKA 
HERZ 



JACQP 




AMALIE 



HERZ 



B.7/10/1838 
Nierendorf 
(Ahrweiler) 

D. 

co8/10/1865 
Polch 



B.1 0/26/1 837 

Polch 
D. 



Bom dead on 
11/26/1839 
in Polch 



B.3/2/1841 

Polch 
D.I 1/7/1857 

Polch 



To 

.Page 

642 



JOSEPH LEIB - 



SOPHIA 
HERZ 



ABRAHAM 



B.5/2/1842 
Helmenzen 
by Koblenz 

D. 

ooS/30/1871 



B.3/3/1844 
Polch 

D. 



641 



THE HERZ FAMILY FROM PQ1 CM 

ANCESTORS OF SALOMON AND SARA (B1NNES1 HER? 

CHILDREN OF JAKOB AND JUDIT (JACOBS HFR7 



FROM PAGE 622 



From 

Pages 

590-91 



From 

Page_ 

641 



From 
Page 
261 



(Also on Paae 591) 



LEOPOLD 



KAROLINE 
HERZ 



HA1MANN 



(Also qn Page 2$ 1) 



HERMANN - 



JOHANNA 
BENDER 



B.6/5/1846 
Mertloch 

D.4/19/1913 
Polch 



HERZ 



B.1 2/26/1 846 

Polch 
D.9/29/1920 

Polch 



B.10/19/1851 

Polch 
D.11/1 0/1917 

Polch 



B.2/19/1854 
Munstermaifeld 
D.3/5/1935 
Polch 



To Page 594 



From 
Page 
261 



(Also on Page 262) 
(Munstermaifeld) 



SALOMON JAKOB - 
(Yaakov ben 
Yaakov) 
HER? 



REGINA 
MAYER 



B.1 1/1 1/1853 

Polch 
D.4/7/1908 
Polch 



B.12/25/1853 
Veldenz by 
Bernkastel 

D.4/19/1927 
Polch 



To Page 658 



From 
Page 
160 



HEINRICH 



EMMA 
HERZ 



BENDER 



(Also on Paae ISO) 



JAKOB 
(Yaakov) 



B.1 0/1 1/1 866 

MOnstermaifeld 
D. Holocaust 



- WILHELMINE 
"Hermine" 
ANSCHEL 
UEBZ 



To 
.Page 
643 



B.9/24/1870 
Polch 
D.Holocaust 



B.2/19/1876 

Polch 
D.3/15/1915 

Metz, France 

World War I 
oo1907 

Polch 
Occ. Dealer 



To Page 262 



JOSEPH - ADELHEID 
"Addie" 
HERZ 
MAYER 



B.9/24/1878 

Polch 
D.9/12/1955 

Fiushing.NY 



B. 



Polch 



D. 



B.2/25/1877 

Polch 
D. 



To Page 653 



To Page 655 



642 



THE HERZ FAMILY FROM POI CM 

ANCESTORS OF SALOMO N AND SARA (BINNES^ HFR7 

CHILDREN OF HERMANN AND JOHANNA fRF NDER) HER7 



FROM PAGE 642 



From 
642 



MARTHA 



HERZ 



B.3/ /I 906 
D.Holocaust 




B.8/ /1 878 

Potch 
D.l/16/1894 

Potch 



ALBERT - MATHILDA 
HERZ 

HFR7 


B.11/24/1878 
D.Holocaust 


B.1 1/16/1879 

Polch 
D.Holocaust 



To 

Page 

644 



ADOLPH 



LILLIAN 
HERZ 



jm 



[Albert and Mathilda's ancestors 
were not related.] 



B.I 2/1 6/1 876 

Weiler 
D.I 2/1 8/1 948 

KokomOjIN 
[Buried in 
Milwaukee, Wl] 



££U_ 



B.2/2/1883 

Polch 
D.12/18/1961 

Lansing, Ml 
[Buried in 
Milwaukee, Wl] 



To Page 648 



KARL 



MARGOT 



HEEL 



(San Franciscn.C.A) 



BENNO 



HEDWIG 



B.I 907 

D.Holocaust 

oo1934 
Koln-Bukendorf 



HE RZ 



B. 
D.Holocaust 



B.6/23/1914 
D.2/ /1968 
oo3/ /1938 



B. 



B.12/ /1935 
D.Holocaust 




MARLENE 
HERZ 



B.c.1948? 



B. 



643 



THE HERZ FAMILY FROM POI CM 

ANCESTORS OF SALOMO N AND SARA (BINNFS^ HFR7 

CHILDREN OF HERMANN AND JQHANMA f SENDFRl HFR7 

FROM PAGE 643 



From 

Page_ 

643 



From 
Page 
261 



NATHAN 



SABINA 
HERZ 



EPqSTEIN 



B. 
D. 



B.1 1/2/1883 

Polch 
D. 



MAX 
SIMON 

B.4/6/1867 

Worms 
D.5/23/1919 

Xenia.OH 



(Davton.OH)) 



SELMA 
HERZ 



SAMUEL 
PQSNER 



B.8/6/1878 B.4/22/1885 

New York Polch 

D.1953 D.3/ /1985 

Coral Gables,FL Dayton,OH 



To Page 650 



JOSEPH 



LENORE 



EPELSTEIN 



B. 



JACK 



EPSTE IN 



B. 



B. 



STEVEN 



EPELSTEIN 



1 



From 

Pages 

432,987 

To 
-Page 

645 



(Also on Page 989) 
(Polch->Pitts(?u r qh^A ) 



S EGMUND - JOHANNA 
(Shlomo ben "Hannah" 

Naftali Ha-Levi) HIRSCH 

mi 



B.l 2/1 0/1 887 

Polch 
D.3/17/1968 

Pittsburgh.PA 
ooc.1921 

Polch 
Occ.Cattle 
dealer 



B.5/12/1900 

Polch 
D.4/25/1994 

Pittsburgh,PA 



To Page 651 



HAZEL JOHANNA 
EDELSTEIN 



B. 



644 



THE HER? F AMILY FROM PQI CM 

ANCESTORS OF SALOMON AND SARA fRI NNES^ HER7 

CHILDREN OF HERMANN AND JOHANNA fR ENDER^ HFR7 

FROM PAGE 643 




B. 
D.Holocaust 



B.9/8/1889 

Polch 
D.Holocaust 




B.9/17/1921 
D.Holocaust 



B.4/15/1893 

Polch 
D.4/23/1893 

Polch 



B. 
D.3or4/1939 



B.1/1 8/1895 

Polch 
D.Holocaust 




B.10/10/1920 B.1/28/1922 

D.Holocaust D.Holocaust 

[Frieda,Helmut and Irmgard Kerp 
were deported by the Nazis to 
Minsk, Belarus in October, 1941.] 



645 



THE HERZ FAMILY FROM POI CM 

ANCESTORS OF SALOMON AND SARA (BINNES^ HERZ 

CHILDREN OF HERMANN AND JOHANNA (R ENDERS HFR7 

FROM PAGE 643 



SIMON RAPHAEL - JOSEPHINE BELLA 

KRAUSZ 

mm 



B.I 847 



D.I 902 



From Page 645_ 



B.1853 

D.1918 
USA 



Documented in The Hahn Cousins: 
Simon and Josephine Hahn had eleven children. The 
others are Julia, Johanna, Israel, Herman, Esther, 
Dora. Solomon. Charlotte and Slamund. 



J 



(Lived in PittsburahPA) 



MORRIS 

HAHN 
B.2/1 5/1891 

Hungary 
D.7/ /1 924 

PitubMrghiPA 



ELSA 

"Elsie" 

HERZ 



DAVID 
HAHN 



B.2/ /1895 

Hungary 
D.2/ /1 965 
Hollywood, FL 



B.I 1/26/1895 

Polch 
D.3/9/1969 

Hollywood^ 



Elsa Herz's marriages 
to both Morris and 
David Hahn took place 
in Pittsburgh,PA, 
Morris died while Elsa 
was stil! in the hospital 
after Jerry's birth in 
JulY, 1924. 




B.8/17/1900 

Polch 
D.2/17/1901 

Polch 



(AlsoonPaae 65 7) 


HERBERT 


HAHN 


WILMA 
HERZ 



JEROME 

"Jerry" 



CLAIRE 
BLOOM 



B.2/28/1923 
Pittsburgh,PA 



wl 1/5/1 945 

Pittsburgh,PA 
Occ.Engineer 



HAHN 



B.9/21/1926 

Polch 
D.8/17/1994 

Sarasota, FL 



Occ. University Administrator 



(adored) 




B.5/14/1950 
Lansing, Ml 

Occ. English Teacher 



B.7/17/1924 
Pittsburgh,PA 



-3/19/1950 

Pittsburgh,PA 
Occ. President-Direct 
Mail Service 



STUART 



MARIE 
LASS1TER 



HAHN 



B.6/16/1927 
Pittsburgh,PA 



OccAdvertistng 
Creative Services 



To Page 647 



B.4/1/1954 
Lansing, Ml 



B. 



Jonesboro,AR 



Occ.Electric Occ.Local Court 

Utility employee employee 



646 



THE HERZ FAMILY FROM POI TM 

ANCESTORS OF SALOMON AND SARA (RI MNES^ HFR7 

CHI LDREN OF JEROME AND CLAIRE (R\ oom^ n AH N 

FROM PAGE 646 



KENNETH 



SIMQN 



B.4/25/1952 
Pittsburgh,PA 



oo6/24/1979 

Pittsburgh.PA 
Occ.Attorney 



JANET 



HAHN 



JAMES 



■ LAURA 
TECHENTIEN 



HAHN 



B.2/16/1952 B.5/19/1954 
Pittsburgh.PA Pittsburgh,PA 



Occ Teacher 



oo9/5/1993 

Keystone 

Ranch,CO 
Occ.lnvestment 
Banker 



ELIZA 



HAHN-SIMQN 




B.10/28/1954 B.5/14/1958 
Midland,MI Pittsburgh,PA 



Occ.Commercial Occ.Rabbi 
Real Estate 



JESSICA 



HAHN-SIMQN 



ZACHARY 



HAHN-SIMQN 



B.5/1 0/1982 B.3/29/1985 B.3/18/1988 
Washington,DC Washington,DC Washington.DC 




MATTHEW 

LEE 

HAHN 



B.7/1/1996 B.l/25/1999 
Denver,CO Denver,CO 



Occ.Student 



Occ.Student 



Occ.Student 



Occ.Student Occ.Student 



647 



THE HERZ FA MILY FROM POI CU 
ANCESTORS OF SALOMON AND SARA fRIMNFS) ^Q7 
CHHPREN OF ADOLPH ANO LILLIAN mFB7l ^fsp^u 

FROM PAGE 643 



DONALD H. 



JANE 
HERMAN 



ANSPACH 



B.7/3/1907 B.4/5/1908 

Columbus,OH 

D.5/5/2000 D.11/ /1992 

Tampa,FL Tampa.FL 



IRVING - ELSIE 




ANSPACH 




WEINBFRR 




B.1/27/1912 


B./8/75/1915 




Ft WayneJN 


KokomoJN 


D.8/19/1992 


D.3/3/1996 


Sarasota.FL 


Sarasota,FL 


Occ.Owned 


Occ.Owned 


Housewares 


Housewares 


Store in 


Store in 


Lansing, Ml 


Lansina.MI 



DR. GERALD 



JANICE 
WEINBERG 



BROWN 



B.8/3/1934 
Bayonne,NJ 

D.2/8/2004 
ChicagoJL 

*9/7/1958 
Lansing,MI 

Occ.Veterinarian 



B.4/27/1937 
KokomoJN 



OccJournalist, 
Author 



LAWRENCE A. - SANDRA LEE 
WEINBERG 

MAYER 



- LORI 
BROWN 
(Divorced) 



B. 



SCOTT 



- SHELLY 
BROWN 



MINARICH 



.8/12/1961 B.6/1 5/1 968 B.1 0/1/1 963 
BerwynJL ChicagoJL ChicagoJL 



Occ. Nurse, 
Attorney 



»1 1/18/ 

Occ.Computer 
Specialist 



B.I 2/23/1 937 
ChicagoJL 



"6/17/1962 
Lansing,MI 

Occ. Retired 
Pres.Lawrence 
Investigation 



ALUN A. - SHARI 
HAFT 

B.3/13/1965 
ChicagoJL 

D.9/8/2001 
ChicagoJL 

oo9/13/1992 
ChlcaaoJL 



- CHRISTINE 
KUJAWA 
MAYER 



B.l/9/1939 
Lansing, Ml 



Occ.President, 

Lawrence 
_Jrryesligation 



MINDY JOY 



MAYER 



B.9/26/1967 
ChicagoJL 



Occ. Lighthouse 
for the Blind 



To Page 649 



B.2/9/1965 B.5/22/1966 
ChicagoJL ChicagoJL 



"6/15/2002 

ChicagoJL 

Occ.Building 

Engineer 



ALEXAF. 
MAYER 



B.3/3/1995 
EvanstonJL 



Occ.Student 



648 



THE HERZ FAMILY FROM POI CM 
ANCESTORS OF SAI OMON AND SARA fBINNES^ HFR7 
CHILDREN OF AND LORI fRROWNH 



m-a^f i- t,w. ■ 



FROM PAGE 648 




JORDAN 



BROWN 




B.11/2/1996 
lndianapolis,IN 



B. 1/20/1 999 
IndianapolisJN 



B.4/21/2004 
IndianapofiSjIN 



649 



THE HERZ FAMILY FROM POLCH 

ANCESTORS OF SALOMON AND SARA fRINNESl HERZ 

SON OF MAX AND SELMA (HERZ^ SIMON 



FROM PAGE 644 



MAURICE JOSEPH - 



SIMON 



LOUISE 
ROSENSWEIG 



B.3/4/1910 

Xenia,OH 
D.6/16/1983 

Dayton,OH 
ool 0/22/1 947 

Hamilton,OH 



MICHAEL ROSS 



SIMON 



B.8/12/1912 
Hamilton,OH 

D.l 2/9/1 990 
Cincinnati f OH 



B. 10/2/1 948 
Dayton,OH 

D.3/6/1951 
Cincinnati,OH 



STEVEN MARC - GLORIA 
METZ 

SIMON 



B.9/9/1949 
Dayton,0H 



MARTIN ROGER - 



SIMON 



LORI 
HEYMANN 



B.7/20/1949 
Jackson, MS 



B.8/1 3/1953 
Dayton,OH 



oo5/24/1981 
Youngstown,OH 



B.2/2/1957 
Youngstown,OH 



JEREMY MARC 



SIMON 



B.1 2/25/1 987 
Grand Raprds,MI 



650 



THE HERZ FAMILY FROM POI CM 

ANCESTORS OF SALOMON AND SARA fBINNES^ HERZ 

CHILDREN OF SIEGMUND AND JOHANNA (HIRSCm HERZ 



From 
Page 
1304 



FROM PAGES 644 AND 989 

From 
Page 

646 

I 



DR. ALVAN - HENRETTA 
(Ph.D.) (Yetsche bat 
Shlomo Ha-Levi) 
HERZ 
BIQCK 



B.5/30/1919 

Dayton,OH 
D.6/22/1989 

Pittsburgh.PA 
ooT/20/1946 

Pittsburgh,PA 
Occ. Professor of 
Social Work 



B.2/6/1922 

Polch 
D.2/10/1989 

Pittsburgh, PA 



Occ.Teacher 



DR. FRED 


-DR. 


DEBORAH 


(M.D.) 


RUBIN 


BLOCK 

(Ph.D.) 



B.8/30/1949 3./6/13/1949 



Pittsburgh,PA 



oo6/20/1971 
Pittsburgh, PA 

Occ. Physician, 
Gerontoiogist 



Pittsburgh, PA 



Occ.Assistant 
Professor of 
Social Work and 
Social Work Pro- 
gram Director at 
Chatham College 



MATTHEW DAVID 



RUBIN 



B.9/28/1984 
Boston f MA 



Occ.College Student 



Also on Pag? 646) 



HERBERT - WILMA 

( bat 
Shlomo Ha-Levi) 
HERZ 
HAHN 



B.2/28/1923 
Pittsburgh, PA 



ootl/5/1945 

Pittsburgh,PA 
Occ.Engineer 




To 
.Page 
652 



HERMAN 

( ben 

Shlomo 

Ha-Levi) 
HERZ 



B.9/21/1926 

Polch 
D.8/17/1994 

Sarasota, FL 



B.5/10/1928 

Polch 
D.2/26/1929 

Polch 



Occ. University 
Administrator 



To Page 646 



B.8/9/1929 

Polch 
D.1/27/1986 

Pittsburgh,PA 
Occ. Executive, 

Hahn Furniture 
Co.;Owner of a 

collection 

agency 




B.4/29/1953 
Pittsburgh.PA 

Occ.Attorney 



651 



From 
Page_ 

651 



THE H5RZ FAMILY FROM PQICH 

ANCESTOR S OF SALOMON AND SARA fBINNES) HERZ 

CHILDREN OF SIEGMUND AND JOHANNA (HlRSCm HERZ 



FROM PAGES 644 AND 989 



DR. NORMAN 
MARLOW 
(M.D.) 
B.12/19/1924 

Podkamien, 

Poland 
D.12/15/1968 

8rooklyn,NY 
«3/29/1959 

Pittsburgh, PA 
Qcc.psychiatris^ 



SONJA 

(Shayla bat 

Shlomo Ha-Levi) 

HERZ 



DR. ELIAS - 
RAND 
(M.D.) 
B.T1/5/193Z 

Long Branch,NJ 
0.10/23/1992 
Edgewater,NJ 
oo5/29/1976 
Brooklyn.NY 
Occ. Physician, 
Nycje?r Medicine 



ANTHONY 

KANE 
(Life Partners^ 



Sonja was Dr. Elias Rand's second wife. He 
died at his 60th birthday party. 



B.9/18/1932 
Brooklyn,NY 

Occ.Actor 



B.12/10/1935 
Polch 



Occ.Teacher 



RUSSELL 



MARUQ W 



B.l 2/27/1 960 
Brookfyn,NY 



652 



THE HERZ FAMILY FROM POL CM 

ANCESTORS OF SALOMON AND SARA f BlNNES^ HER? 

CHILDREN OF JAKOB AND WILHELMINE f ANSCHEL^ HER? 

FROM PAGE 642 



THEODORE - GERTRUDE 
"Teddy" "Trude" 

ROSENMANN 
HEEZ 



B.6/2/1908 

Polch 
D.7/31/1995 

Boca Raton, FL 



B.6/1/1920 

D.7/23/1993 
Boca Raton, FL 



DR. ALAN 

EMANUEL 

(M.D.) 

B.I 2/24/1 911 

0.3/ /1 974 

New York 
Occ.Phvsician 



CAROLINE 

"Leinshen" 

HERZ 



THEODORE 
NEWHOUSF 



B.7/19/1903 
Bayonne,NJ 

D.11/28/1998 
Bronx.NY 

Occ.Newspaper 
Publisher 

oo1956 
New York 



B.3/20/1910 

Polch 
D.4/26/2003 
Roxbury,CT 
Occ.Artist, 

Patron of the 

Arts 



JACK - NORMA JEAN 
HERZ 

GRAHAM 



B.8/9/1940 




B.1/25/1948 B.9/9/1945 B.5/13/1950 



LAUREN CARLIE 
GRAHAM 



B.4/6/1982 




B.3/20/1913 

Polch 
D.5/26/1967 

Flushing,NY 



B.2/22/1911 

KOln 
D.8/11/1992 

Hollywood.FL 



To Page 654 



653 



THE HERZ FAMILY FROM PQLCH 

ANCESTORS OF SALOMON AND SARA fBINNES) HERZ 

CHILDREN OF BENNO AND EDITH (KUFLIIO HERZ 



FROM PAGE 642 



JACOB 

"Jackie" 

HERZ 



B.2/Z6/1944 
New York 

D.I 2/9/1 991 
Hollywood,FL 

Occ.Real Estate 
Agent 



ABRAHAM 
"Abe" 



ESTHER 
HERZ 



W5ISSMARK 



B.5/6/1947 
Tel Aviv, Israel 



-6/11/1968 
Flushing,NY 
Occ. Medical 
Supplies 



B.1 0/27/1 947 
New York 

D.1 1/1 8/2003 
Hollywood, FL 



Occ.Dental 
Hygienist 




RICHARD JASON - 



WEISSMARK 



SHIRI 
LEVI 



B.7/4/1974 
New Hyde Park,NY 



B.7/28/1977 
Hollywood, FL 



B.7/31/1975 
Tel Aviv, Israel 



Occ. Vice President 
of CSA (a hospitality 
services firm) 



oo4/4/2003 
Las Vegas,NV 

Occ. IT Director 
for CSA (hospi- 
tality services) 



Occ. Buyer of 
ship supplies 



654 



THE HFR7 FAM ILY FROM POl CVj 
ANCESTORS OF SALOMON AND SARA (BI NNES1 HFR7 
CH ILDREN OF JOSEPH AND ADELHFin mFR71 m^y F" 



FROM PAGE 642 



NATE 



- BEATRICE 
MAYER 



DUNN 



B.7/4/1896 

D.11/ /1983 
Sharon,PA 



B.6/10/1900 

D.I/ /1983 
Sharon, PA 



HOWARD 



TERRY 
MISNER 



DUNN 



B.I 928 



DON 



INEZ 
DUNN 



B. 



MORRISON 



B. 



B. 1=1 





1 


DR. DAVID L. - SEDALIA 


(M.D.) MAYER 


FKKFR 


B.l/3/1898 


B.9/22/1903 


Chicago,!!- 


Sharon,PA?? 


D.3/15/1981 


D.3/17/1955 


Sharon, PA 


Sharon, PA 


Occ. Physician, 




President of 




Temple Beth 




Israel, Sharon, 




PA 1948-56) 





To Page 656 



1 




1 


JASON MICHAEL - DR. ROBIN 




TORY ANN 


ADAIR 




DUNN 


(M.D.) 






DUNN 







B. 



B. 



B. 



Occ.Physician 



655 



THE HERZ FAMI LY FROM PHI PH 

ANCESTORS OF SALOMON AND SARA TRI MMEST HFR7 

SON OF PR- DAVID AND SFDALIA fMAYFR^ Fr KF p 

FROM PAGE 655 



STEVEN 



- KIMBERLY 
NELSON 



EKKER 



HENRY M. 
"Hank" 



KATHRYN 
GLICK 



EKKER 



B.2/28/1939 
Sharon, PA 



Occ.Attorney- 
Ekker,Kuster, 
McConnell and 
Epstein; Presi- 
dentjemple 
Beth Israel, 
Sharon, PA 
(1977-81) 



B.1 0/28/1 942 
Cleveland,OH 



GERALD 



EKKER 



B.9/5/1966 B.7/27/1964 
Sharon, PA Dixon,lL 



oo6/4/1994 

Dixon, IL 
OccAttorney Occ.Attorney 



B.7/14/1968 
Sharon, PA 

D.8/17/1968 
Sharon, PA 



DR. RICHARD - 
(D.C.) 

SEUL 



SEDALIA 
EKKER 



To 
_Page 
657 



B.8/9/1968 
Baltimore, MD 



B.4/1/1970 
Sharon, PA 



oo7/26/P9Z33 

Warren,0H 
Occ.Chiropractor Occ.MBS Nurse 



656 



THE HERZ FAMILY FROM PQLCH 

ANCESTORS OF SALOMON AND SARA (BINNES) HERZ 

SON OF HENRY AND KATHRYN (GUCX^ FKKFR 

FROM PAGE 656 




GREGORY 



B.4/17/1972 
Sharon,PA 



B.l 0/17/1 979 
Sharon,PA 



Occ. Business 
Consultant 



Occ.Aquisitions 
Editor 



657 



THE HERZ FAMILY FROM PQLCH 

ANCESTORS OF SALOMON AND SARA f BINNES) HER? 

CHILDREN OF SALOMON JAKOB AND REG1NA (MAYER1 HFR7 



FROM PAGE 642 



FROIM 



ADELHEID 

(FRIEDA) 

HERZ 



TUREK 



B.6/5/1879 

Poland 
D.1 0/20/1 944 

New York 
«3/18/1924 

Occ.Burlap bag 
dealer 



AMALIA 



HEEL 



FRANCISKA 



HERZ 



B.11/20/1884 

Polch 
D.7/30/1976 
New York 



B.3/19/1886 

Polch 
D.3/19/1938 

Polch 



B.2/13/1888 

Polch 
D.Holocaust 
(as of 




B.6/25/1893 

Arnstein 
D.1959 



12/31/1945) Lima,Peru 



Occ.Pharma- 
ceutical 
chemist 



JACK SOLOMON- LILLIAN 
(Yaakov Shlomo) (Rivkah Leah) 
WERMUTH 

mm 



B.7/5/1924 

Neuwied 
D.5/2/1985 

New York 
oo!2/27/1947 

Bronx.NY 
Occ.Decorator 



B.7/27/1892 

Polch 
D.1 978 

Lima, Peru 



To Page 660 



B.6/1/1928 
Brooklyn, NY 

D.1 1/9/1985 
Las Vegas,NV 



UUtertyvitleA) 



EVAN - HELAINE 
(Efraim Yosef) (Chaya Surah) 

REISNER 
TUREK 



B.11/15/1952 
New York 



co3/13/1976 
Queens, NY 

Occ. Kraft Foods 
Executive 



H 



B.1 0/22/1 952 
New York 



STEVEN - FAYE 

(Fayga Surah) 
TUREK 

TANKER 



B.3/26/1949 
Brooklyn,NY 



oo8/15/1982 
Queens,NY 

Occ.Business 
Officer.Bernard 
Fineson Develop- 
mental Center 



B. 6/21/1957 
New York 



To Page 660 



Occ. Middle School 
Supervisor, St. 
Joseph's School 
for the Deaf 



To Page 660 



658 



THE HERZ FAMILY FROM PHI CM 
ANCESTORS OF SALOMON AND SARA fBINNES^ HFR7 
CHILDREN OF EVAN AND HELAINE fRFISNFm TllRFk: 

FROM PAGE 658 



JOSEPH 
(Yitzchak Shlomo) 

TUREK 



B.2/20/1979 
Englewood,NJ 



-Twins 



MORRIS 
(Moshe Zisha) 



TVREK 



B.2/20/1979 
Englewood.NJ 



Occ.Law Student 



Occ.Law Student 



CHILDREN OF STEVEN AND FAYE (TUREIO TAN7FR 

FROM PAGE 658 



ELIZABETH AUBREY 
TANZER 



B.4/22/1985 
Englewood.NJ 




B.9/3/1987 
Long lsland,NY 



Occ.Student 



Occ.Student 



659 



THE HERZ FAMI LY FROM PHI TH 

ANCESTORS OF SALOMON AND SARA fRI NNES^ HER7 

CHILDREN OF N1MAR AND OLGA fHFim SiF(: Ft 



FROM PAGE 658 



VICTOR MANUEL - MARIE RUTH 
Jr. SIEGEL 

ARBQLEDA 



B.6/28/1914 
Lima, Peru 

D.2/23/1991 
Austin.TX 



B.6/25/1925 
Koblenz 



Occ.Translator 



RUSSELL 0. - GISELA CARMEN 
ARBOLEDA 
(Divorced) 
BESSQNETTE 



B.I 949 



,TX 



Occ.Construction 



B.2/1 1/1950 
Carmel.CA 



Occ.Wholesale 
Importing firm 




B.3/20/1927 
Metternich 

D.8/24/1999 
Lima, Peru 

Occ.Cardboard 
Manufacturer 
To Peru in 1937 



MATHEW 
"Mati" 



RENATE 
SIEGEL 



LIFTON 



B. 



B.l 2/23/1 926 
Baronovicz, 
Poland 

D. 1/2 1/1 997 

Alamo,CA 



To Page 661 



B.2/25/1930 
Metternich 

D.9/4/1962 
Richmond,CA 
Occ.Teacher 



To Page 662 



MARSHALL 0. 
"Bud" 

^EggpNETTE 



B.3/8/1992 
Santa Cruz.CA 



JOHN EDWARD 
SWARTOLTT 

B.8/25/1956 

,MI 



Occ.Aide to U.S. 
Senator Wayne 
Allard (CO.) 
(Divorced) 



ALBA SUSAN 
ARBOLEDA 



MICHAEL ANTHONY - 
GROSS 



B.4/24/1962 
Duncan,BC, 
Canada 



Occ.Software 
Systems Analyst 



B.2/1 1/1950 
Carmel,CA 



Occ.Television 
Reporter,Film 
Editor, Writer 



SARAH VICTORIA-MARIE 



ARBOLEDA 



B.2/8/1988 
Westlake Village.CA 



Occ. Student 



Occ.Student 



660 



THE HERZ FAMILY FROM PQI CM 

ANCESTORS OF SALOMON AND SARA fBINNES^ HER? 

CHILDREN OF MAX AND DEBORAH ( , \ SIEGEL 



FROM PAGE 660 




Peru 



Peru 



B.After 1959 
Peru 



661 



THE HERZ FA MILY FROM POI PH 
ANCESTORS OF SALOMON AND SARA fBlNNES^ HER? 
CHILDREN OF MATHEW AND RENATF (SIF GEL1 LIFTON 

FROM PAGE 660 



JONATHAN DAVID - 
"Jonny" 

LIFTON 



HANA 
TBUL 



B.8/21/1957 
Walnut Creek,CA 



Occ.Cisco Systems 
Engineer in Israel 



B.10/ /1956 
Jerusalem 



Occ.Vice President, 
Cisco Systems 



RONALD NATHAN - 
"Ron" 

UFTON 



NORA 
GHELFAND 



B.V16/1960 
Oakland,CA 




B.4/6/1960 
Bucharest.Romania 



B.11/ /1985 B.5/ /1987 

San Francisco,CA Sunnyvale.CA 



MAYA 



UFTQN 



TAMAR 



UFTQN 



"1 



DANIEL 



LIFTQN 



B.I 2/29/1 987 B.7/14/1991 B.7/21/1994 

Kfar Saba.lsrael Kfar Saba, Israel Kfar Saba.lsrael 



662 



THE HERZ FAMILY FROM PHI PH 

ANCESTORS OF SA1 OMON AND SARA (BINNES1 HFR7 

CH UPREN OF SALOMON JAKOB AND RFfilNA fMAYFR^ HFR7 

FROM PAGE 642 



From 

Page__ 

658 



WILHELMINE 



HERZ 



B.5/14/1894 

Polch 
D.10/1/1901 

Polch 



JOSEPH 



PAULA 
LEVITA 



il 



B.6/1/1898 

Polch 
D.Holocaust 



ERZ_ 



B.I 0/23/1 900 

Attenhausen 
D.Holocaust 



[Lived at GargenstraSe 31, Koblenz] 



1 




1 


MANFRED 
HERZ 




ROLF 
HERZ 



B.I 2/20/1 935 

Koblenz 
D.Holocaust 



B.3/3/1938 

Koblenz 
D.Holocaust 



663 



THE HERZ FAMILY FROM POLCH 
CHILDREN OF SALOMON AND SARA (BINNES) HERZ 

FROM PAGE 622 



From 
Page 














625 












SIMON 
(Schlaum) 

HIRTZ 
HERZ 




ESTHER 

HIRTZ 

HERZ 


ROSALIE 

(Reus) 

HIRTZ/HERZ 



B.7/15/1798 

Polch 
D. 

[Lived in Polch 
in 1808,] 



B.l 2/1 3/1 799 

Polch 
D. 

[Lived in Polch 
in 1808.] 



B.7/24/1801 

Polch 
D. 

[Lived in Polch 
in 1808.] 



664 



THE HERZ FA MILY #1 FROM SCHWEINHEIM 



There were two Herz families in Schweinheim. This and subsequent pages are of 
"Herz Family Number 1." "Herz Family Number 2" begins on Page 775. 

Since the Daniel Family of Merzbach and Kirchheim and the Berlin-Schmitz Family of 
Gelsdorf are connected with the Herz Family, their charts are included in this section. 

Several other genealogists have also researched some or all of these families and their 
findings are included in this section. They are Dr. Ralph N. Baer of Washington, DC, USA, 
Henny Houweling-Zwart of Nieuwkoop, the Netherlands, the late Klaus H.S. Schulte of 
Enkirch. Germany, and Dr. Theodore K. Tobias of Englewood. NJ. USA. 



ARON- 



QV\N 



B. 
D. 



B. 
D. 



HIRZ 



LEIB MARX- ESTHER 



To 
.Page 
980 



LEISER - ESTER 
(LeibAron) SIBILLA-MARX 
CAAN 



LEVI- 



B. 
D. 



B. 
D. 



JOSEPH - GUDULA 
(Juda Joosel) (Gondel) 
(Hirz Joseph) LEIB MARX 
HEBZ 



B. 
D. 



B. 
D. 



BJ724 

Muldenau/ 

Duren 
D.I 805 

Embken 



B. 
D. 



To Page 700 



B.1735 

Satzvey 
D.1816 

Schweinheim 



B. 

D.1799 
Schweinheim 




B. 

D. 



B.I 2/4/1 753 
Blumenthal 

D.1804 
Duren 

Occ.Butcher 



D.I 784 
Freudenberg.Saar 



I 



(lppiendorf> Wormerrforf-\l §Q5) 



SALOMON 
(Salomon Joseph) 



CLARA HEBGEN 
HERZ 



S CHMH7 



B.1752 

Grossgerau near Frankfurt 
D.1818 
Rommerskirchen 



LEIB 
(Leib Joseph Hirz) 
(Jehudah) 



DEBORAH 

MEYER CAHN 

"MARX" 



Ji 



£EL 



B.1759 

Schweinheim 
D.1853 

Ipplendorf 



B.1772 

Schweinheim 
D.1810 

Meckenheim 
Occ.Horse dealer 



To Page 667 



To 

Page 

972 

To 

.Page 

666 



B.1778 
Freudenberg,Saar 

D.1829 
Schweinheim 



To Page 704 



665 



THE HER? FAMILY #1 FROM SCHWE1NHEIM 
CHILDREN OF JOSEPH AND GUDULA (LE1B MARX^ HERZ 

FROM PAGE 665 



From 

Page_ 

665 



(Also on Paaes 260.11190) 



JACOB - MARIA ANNA 
(Jacob Isaac) "Marie" 

HERZ 
TREIDEL 



B.c, 1768-69 

Mayen 
D.4/10/1836 

Mayen 

aal/24/1804 

Mayen 



B.I 2/24/1 779 
Schweinheim 

D.6/28/1853 
Mayen 



To Page 552 



666 



THE HERZ FAMILY #1 FROM SCHWEINHEIM 

DESCENDANTS OF JOSEPH AND 6UDUL A fLEIB MARX) HERZ 

CHILDREN OF SALOMON AND CLARA HEBG EN (HER7) SCHMIT7 



FROM PAGE 665 



ABRAHAM - JUEDGEN 
I LEIB 



B.c.1710 
D.Before 1770 



ZANDER - 
LEVI 


JETTA 
MOISES 


B. 
D. 


B. 
D. 




I 



LEIB- 



HIRSCH 



Bx.1715 B. 
D. D. 



B. 
D. 



JACOB - ISABELLE 
(Beile Leib) 
HIRSCH 
BEHR 



JOSEPH - OLECH 
MANNES MANNKEN 



D. 



B. 



D. 



B. 



B.c.l 765 



B. 



D. D. 




B.I 0/1 0/1 796 
Bodendorf 

D.3/6/1809 
ipplendorf 



JOSEPH 



HANNCHEN 

LEVI (=} 
B.C. 1 748 ^^ 
Erpel 

D.7/31/1830 
Ipplendorf 

"9/8/1824 
Rheinfrach? 



- MARGARETHA 
(Hindel Jacob) 
BEHR 
SCHMfTZ 



B.3/26/1798 
Bodendorf 

D.6/9/1870 
Ipplendorf 

-11/29/1833 

Occ.Butcher 



B.3/6/1801 
Meckenheim 

D.3/22/1869 
Ipplendorf 



To 
.Page 
683 



ELIAS 

(Elie) 

(Egide) 



BERTHA 
STERN 



SCHMrR 



B.1 1/14/1800 
Bodendorf 

D.I 882 
Kr.Rheinbach 

cdO/17/1859 
Rheinbach 



B.I 828 
Schoeneberg 
near Koblenz 

D. 



| To Page 668 
To Page 669 



To Page 700 



667 



THE HERZ FAMIL Y #1 FROM SCHWEINHEIM 

DESC ENDANTS OF JOSEPH AND CUPULA fLEIB MAR)Q HFR7 

CHILDREN OF JOSEPH AND HANNCHFN1 (LEVH SCHMIT7 

FROM PAGE 667 



B. 
D. 



(GUDULA) 
SCHM1TZ 



Born stillborn 
on 12/5/1824 
Kr.Rheinbach 



- VERONICA 



MARCUS 



B. 
D. 



(Zons) 



ABRAHAM - 



GUDULA 
SCHMITZ 



MARCUS 



B.c.1 822 

Kbln 
D. 

oo2/24/1851 
Rheinbach 



B.12/2/1825 
Kr.Rheinbach 
D. 



From 
Page 
237 



JETTA 
SCHMITZ 



rt/wgnftwP-w 



HERMANN - ROSINA 
[HUILMANN] SCHMITZ 

HERTQG 



B.3/12/1827 
Kr.Rheinbach 
D. 



B.5/7/1833 

Meerssen, 

Neth. 
D, 12/1 2/1 892 

Meerssen 
°°1 1/23/1 863 

Meerssen 



B.7/9/1830 
Ipplendorf 

D.11/13/1910 
Maastricht, 
Neth. 



668 



THE HERZ FAMILY #1 FROM SCHWEINHEIM 
DESCENDANTS OF JOSEPH AND GUDULA (LEIB MARX^ HFR7 
CHILDREN OF JOSEPH AND MARGARETHA fBEHR^ SCHMIT7 



FROM PAGE 667 



From 
Page 
806 



(Also on Paae 809) 



DAVID 



S1BILLA 
SCHMITZ 



PANEL 



MARIA ANNA 
SCHMITZ 



B.1 1/24/1835 

Merzbach 
D. 

oo10/26/1865 

Rheinbach 
Occ.Butcher 



B.8/14/1834 

Ipplendorf 
D. 



B.7/26/1836 

Ipplendorf 
D. 



To 
.Page 
~670 



SAMUEL 



SCHMTC 



B.8/29/1838 

Ipplendorf 
D. 



To Page 809 



669 



THE HER7 FAMII Y #1 FROM SCHWEINHFIM 
DESCENDANTS OF JOSEPH AND CUPULA f LEIB MARX1 HFR7 
CHILDREN OF JOSEPH AND MARGARETHA fBEHR^ SCHMIT7 



FROM PAGE 667 



MARX 


- MARIA ANNE* 


(Herz Marx) 


(Rifgen) 


(MARCUS) 


SCHMITZ 




WEBER 



•=Maria Anna also went by the 
name of Rebecca Levi. 



B.c.1 780-82 |b.c.1780 
Lauben en Suabev 



D.5/29/1848 
(See note on 



D. 

Page 1297) 



k -Suabe is the French word for 
Schwaben, an area in southern 
Germany, and there is a village 
of laufrep in §clrwapen. 



mamersheim) 



JACQUES - GUDULA 
(JACOB, Hans) KANN [HERTZ] 
WENDEL 



B.C. 1768 
D. Before 1838 
«6/4/1 838 



B. 



D.After 1838 
To Page 806 



HENDEL 
WEBER 



MARIE 
WEBER 



A. 



Page 
670 



ABRAHAM - 
(Adam) 



HELENA 
WENDEL 



B.8/23/1806 
Meckenheim 
D. 



WEBER 



B.1 1/28/1808 

Meckenheim 
D. 



From 

Page_ 

669 



B.3/7/1811 

Meckenheim 
D. 

oo6/4/1838 
Meckenheim 
Occ .Cattle 

dealer, 
Sytchei 



B.8/15/1810 
Flamersheim 
D. 



SARA 
SCHMITZ 



WENDEL 



SIBILLA 
SCHMITZ 



WE P ER 



B.I 2/29/1 840 

Ipplendorf 
D. 



B.2/2/1843 
Ipplendorf 

D.l 2/1 6/1 921 
Kr.Rheinbach 
(Ipplendorf?) 



B.4/5/1839 

Oberdrees 
D.11/3/1915 

Ipplendorf 
~1 2/30/1 868 

Rheinbach 
Occ.Cattle dealer, 
Leader of the 
Rheinbach Jewish 
Community in 1901 

[Lived on Ipplendorfer StraSe in 
Wormersdorf] 



To Page 673 



•MARCUS WEBER 
B.1/1/1841 
Oberdrees 

To Page 81 2 
•PHILIPP WEBER 
B.2/27/1843 
Oberdrees 
00 SOPHIA LEVI 

To Page 672 
•JOSEPH WEBER 
B.2/20/1845 
Kr.Rheinbach 
• HERMANN WEBER 
B.5/26/1848 
Oberdrees 

[See Page 758] 
•GUDULA WEBER 
B.2/17/1851 
Oberdrees 

To Page 672 
•EVA WEBER 
B.2/27/1854 
Kr. Rheinbach 



670 



THE HERZ FAMILY #1 FROM SCHWE1NHE1M 

DESCENDANTS OF JOSEPH AND GUDULA (LEIB MARX^ HERZ 

CHILDREN OF MARX AND MARIA ANNE f SCHMrm WEBER 

FROM PAGE 670 



From 

Page.- 

670 



GUDULA 
WEBER 




B.7/15/1820 


B.5/12/1823 


Meckenheim 


Meckenheim 


D. 


D. 



671 



RELATED TQ 

THE HERZ FAMII Y #1 FROM SCHWFINHFIM 

CHILDREN OF ABRAHAM AND HELENA (WF NDEL^ WFRFR 

FROM PAGE 670 



Other Children on Pages 670,808 



PHILIPP 



SOPHIA 
LEVI 



WEBER 



B.2/27/1843 

Oberdrees 
D. 

oolQ/5/1869 
Orsoy,Kr.Moers 



JACOB 



GUDULA 
WEBER 



JBQ 



B. 1/24/1 846 

Orsoy.Kr.Moers 
D.4/14/1896 



B.1840 

Kirchheim 
D.1920 

Rheinbach 



£L 



B.2/17/1851 

Oberdrees 
D. 




SALOMON 




B.7/1 0/1881 

Oberdrees 
D.Hoiocaust 

1941 
[Deported from 
Duisburg to Stutthof 
(near Danzig)] 



WE3ER 



B.4/21/1870 

Orsoy.Kr.Moers 
D. 



B.I/ /1872 

Orsoy.Kr.Moers 
D. 



672 



THE HERZ FAMII Y #1 FROM SrHWEINHEIM 

DESCENDANTS OF JOSEPH AND GUDLJI A (\ EIB MARX^ HFR7 

CHILDREN OF WENDEL AND SIB1U A (S CMWT7) WFRFR 



FROM PAGE 670 



HEINRICH 



■ KAROLfNE 
MARX 
SCHWARZ 



B.8/12/1838 
Bad Kreuznach 

D.1/1/1927 
Wallhausen 



B.2/2/1842 

Wallhausen 
(by Bad Kreuznach) 
D.7/3/1912 

Wallhausen 



PHILIP 



ESTER 
FROEHLICH 



J1EB2 



B.1/29/1824 
Villich- 
Rheindorf 

D. 

co12/16/1853 

Villich 



HERMANN - 



EMMA 
SCHWARZ 



MR 



EK. 



B.I 0/20/1 869 
Ipplendorf 

Dx.1950 
Buenos Aires, 
Argentina 

Occ.Cattle 
dealer 

[Fled from 

Wormersdorf 

to Argentina 

in 1937] 



DR. JOSEPH - HERMINE 
(DVM) LOEWENSTEIN 

UEBEB 



To 
_Page 
678 



HERMANN 



JOHANNA 
WEBER 



B.C. 1875 
Wallhausen 

D. 1/6/ 1946 
Buenos Aires, 
Argentina 



[Fled from 
Wormersdorf 
to Argentina 
in 1937] 



B.2/21/1871 

Ipplendorf 
D.5/ /1 948 

Rio de Janeiro, 

Brazil 
Occ. District 
Veterinary 
Surgeon in 
Linnich, 
Germany 



B.I 0/24/1 885 
Wassenberg 

D.5/9/1990 
Oak Park,MI 

[See Notes on 

Page 674] 



H5RZ 



B.2/3/1861 
Villich-Rheindorf 
D.1/1/1933 

Bonn 
«.1/25/1899 

Rheinbach 



B.I 0/29/1 873 

Ipplendorf 
D. 

To E.Orange, NJ 
3/29/1940 



HERMANN - JEANNETTE 
MEYER 



B.1855/Gey 
D.9/27/1909/Gey 



To Page 677 



B.6/18/1 865/Lendersdorf 
D.Holocaust 




B.1 1/18/1893 

Gey/Duren 
D.Before 1977 

Buenos Aires, 

Argentina 
oo1927 

Rheinbach 
[Fled to Buenos 
Aires in 1937] 



B.I 1/3/1903 B.6/10/1898 
Wormersdorf Gey/Duren 
D.c.1995 D.c.1967 

Buenos Aires, Buenos Aires, 
Argentina Argentina 

oo1937 
Rheinbach 
[Fled to Buenos [Fled to Buenos 
Aires in 1937] Aires in 1937] 



B.7/19/1905 
Wormersdorf 

D.I 999 
Buenos Aires, 
Argentina 



[Fled to Buenos 
Aires in 1937] 



B.8/22/1906 

Wormersdorf 
D.3/8/1971 

Buenos Aires, 

Argentina 
oo6/21/1941 

Buenos Aires, 

Argentina 



B.1/25/1917 
Frankfurt/Main 



To Page 675 



To Page 676 



673 



THE HERZ FAMILY #1 FROM SCHWEINHEIM 

DESCENDANTS OF JOSEPH AND GUDULA (LEIB MARX1 HER? 

CHILDREN OF HERMANN AND EMMA (SCHWARZ^ WEBER 



FROM PAGE 673 



From 

Page_ 

673 



HEDWIG 



J/VEBEB- 



B.9/19/1907 
Wormersdorf 

D.I 908 
Wormersdorf 



NOTES [from Page 673] REGARDING HERMINE LO EWENSTE1N: Her first husband was Emil 
Hertz, with whom she had two children: Rolf Hertz (8/29/ 191 1/Beuel- 10/24/ 1977/Atibala, 
Brazil), and Use Hertz (3/20/ 1915- ). Rolf was married to Liesel Meyer (12/7/ 1912/Hannover- 
}. Use was married to Alexander Roberg (4/2/1914/ Berlichingen-2/22/ 1998 /Michigan), with 
whom she had three children: Ester, Leah and Ezra. Hermine had a third child with her 
second husband, Dr. Joseph Weber (DVM) (2/21/1871/ipplendorf-4/21/1947/Rio de 
Janeiro, Brazil): Ruth Weber (10/11/19 18/Kenten, Bergheim- ). Ruth married Kurt Levy 
(5/3/1912/Rheidt) and they fled to Rio de Janeiro in March, 1939. After their divorce, he 
returned to Germany in 1950 and Ruth married Andor Hirtenstein (10/2 1/1901 /Budapest, 
Hungary- 1979 /Sao Paolo. Brazil) and they had two children: Andrea Joseflne Hirtenstein 
(born 9/18/1953 in Sao Paolo, Brazil) and Suzy Jacqueline Hirtenstein (born 9/18/1953 in 
Sao Paolo, Brazil). Andrea is married to George Maurice Fairman {born 10/13/1946 in New 
York) and their children are Gabriel Jaime Fairman (bom 7/ 10/ 1980 /Sao Paolo) and Bettina 
Laura Fairman (born 6/1/1983 in Sao Paolo, Brazil). Suzy Jacqueline is amrried to David 
Joseph Helme (born 1/22/1940 in New York) and they emigrated to the USA about 1983. 
Their son. Andrew William Helme. was born in New York on 5/7/1989. 



674 



THE HERZ FAM1I Y #1 FROM sphwfinhfIM 

DESCENDANTS OF JOSEPH AND GUD1II A (\ EIB MARX^ HFR7 

DAUGHTER OF FMII AND El I A rwF RER) MFYFR 



FROM PAGE 673 




B.9/25/1922 

Hamburg 
D.5/9/2003 

Buenos Aires, 

Argentina 



B.5/28/1929 
Gey/Duren 



- SILVIA 
ROSENSTEIN 
(Divorced) 



B. 



NORBERT 



GRETCHEN 
HAMMERLEIN 



Occ. 



B.c.1 952 
Buenos Aires 
Argentina 



Occ. 



ROSENSTFIN 



B.c.1 960 
Buenos Aires, 
Argentina 



B. 



Occ.Architect Occ. 




675 



THE HERZ FAMILY #1 FROM SCHWFIN1HFIM 
DESCENDANTS OF JOSEP H AND GUDULA (LE1B MARX^ HFR7 
DAUGHTER OF ALBERT AND TRUDE (VORCHHEIMER^ WFRFR 

FROM PAGE 673 



MARIO - MONICA PAULINA 
HALPERN 

WEBER 



B.12/1/1946 
Buenos Aires, 
Argentina 



»3/9/1972 
Buenos Aires, 
Argentina 



EVELINA RUTH 
WEBER 



B.7/30/1949 
Buenos Aires, 
Argentina 



B.12/13/1950 
Buenos Aires, 
Argentina 



GABRIEL ALBERTO 



WEBER 



DANIEL ESTEBAN 



WEBER 



B.12/13/1973 
Buenos Aires, 
Argentina 



B.1 1/22/1976 
Buenos Aires, 
Argentina 



676 



THE HERZ FAMILY #1 FRQM SCHWEINHEIM 

DESCENDANTS OF JOSEPH AND GUDULA (LEIB MARX) HERZ 

DAUGHTER OF HERMANN AND JOHANNA (WEBER) HERZ 



FROM PAGE 673 



WALTER 



IRMGARD 



HERZ 



B. 1/2/1 904 

Beuel 
D.9/ /1 974 
Ridgefield Park,NJ 

USA 
[To U.S. on 
6/17/1938] 



To 
Page 



SALLY 



■ EDITH 
HERZ 
B.7/16/1906 

Beuel 
D.Holocaust 
Auschwitz 
1942 
[Deported from 
Westerbork, 

Holland 



- ROSETTE 
BEHRMAN* 

B.12/17/1893 

Amsterdam 
D. 



- ELISABETH 
STAAL 
BOERS 



B.2/1 1/1902 B.5/25/1905 
Grenlo,Neth Amsterdam 
D. D. 



oo1/15/1936 



[* = Rosette 
Behrman Boers is 
not mentioned in 
the Dutch deporta- 
tion lists] 



HANS OTTO 



BOERS 



i 677A 


GUSTAV - ERNA 
HERZ 

WOLF 


B.4/14/1893 

D.8/22/1989 
W.Orange.NJ 


B. 7/3/1 900 

Beuel 
D.I/ /1980 
W.Orange,NJ 




B.C. 1925 



D. 

[Died in a 
barbeque 
accident] 




B.I 0/1 5/1 925 

Grenlo,Netherlands 
D.Holocaust 

Auschwitz 

8/17/1942 
[Deported from 
Westerbork] 



B.12/15/1928 

Amsterdam 
D.Holocaust 

Sobibor 
7/23/1943 
[Deported from 
Westerbork] 



B.1/23/1931 
Amsterdam 
D.Holocaust 

Sobibor 
7/23/1943 
[Deported from 
Westerbork] 



677 



THE HERZ FAMILY #1 FROM SPHWFI^FIM 

DESCENDANTS OF JOSEPH AND GUDUI A (\ EIB MARX^ HFR7 

DAUGHTER OF HERMA NN AND JOHANNA fWEBFR^ HFR7 

FROM PAGE 673 



From 

Pa9e„ 

677 



MOZES - GELLA GERTRUD 
MECKLENBURG 


VAN 


BERG 


B. 


B. 


D. 


D. 



MARCUS 



OTTILIE 
HERZ 



VANBERg 



B.3/30/1899 
Groningen,Neth. 

D.Hotocaust 
Gleiwitz-Steigern 
11/25/1944 

«12/23/1930 
Beuel 

[Deported from 

Westerbork to 

Theresienstadt on 

8/2/1944 and to 

Auschwitz on 

9/28/1944] 



B.7/3/1902 
Beuel 

D.Holocaust 
Auschwitz 
10/26/1944 



[Deported from 
Westerbork to 
Theresienstadt on 
8/2/1 944 and to 
Auschwitz on 
10/6/1944] 



677A 



THE HERZ FAMILY #1 FROM SCHWEtNHEIM 

DESCENDANTS OF JOSEPH AND GUDULA TLEIB MARX^ HERZ 

CHILDREN OF WENDEL AND SIB1LLA fSCHMlTZl WEBER 

FROM PAGE 670 




- HENRIETTE 
"Jetta" 
WEBER 
SCHWABS 



B.2/26/1875 

Ipplendorf 
D.Holocaust 
[Deported from 
Bonn-Endenich 
to Minsk 
7/19/1942] 
«7/21/1884 



.7/21/1884 
Kleinlangheim 
.Holocaust 

[Deported from 

Bonn-Endenich 

to Minsk 

7/19/1942] 



B.2/2/1879 
Ipplendorf 

D.1931 
Essen-Steele 



Occ.Cattle 
dealer 

[Lived at Ipplendorfer Strafce 64, 
Wormersdorf] 



B.I 2/22/1 873 

Wallhausen 

Kr.Bad Kreuznach 
D.6/13/1940 

Borken 
oo12/22/1904 

Rheinbach 
Occ.Butcher shop 
in Essen-Steele 
starting in 1910 

[Lived at Bochumer StraSe 25, 
Essen-Steele after 1911] 



LUDWIG 

WILHELM 

WEPER 



B.1/27/1909 

Wormersdorf 
D.Holocaust 
[Deported from 
Bonn-Endenich 
to Minsk 
7/19/1942] 




To Page 679 




ALFRED 



WEP6R 



B. 10/27/1 910 
Wormersdorf 



[Probably went 
to Israel] 



B.4/2/1912 
Wormersdorf 

D.1915 
Rheinbach 



B.5/18/1913 

Wormersdorf 
D.Holocaust 
[Deported to 
Minsk on 
7/19/1942] 



- GERTRUDEl 
WEBER 



WOLF 



B.8/28/1915 
Wormersdorf 



[Probably 
went to 
England] 



678 



THE HERZ FAMILY #1 FROM SCHWEINHEIM 
DESCENDANTS OF JOSEPH AND CUPULA (LEIB MAtm HER? 

CHILDREN OF EMU ANP JETTA (WEBER) SCHWARZ 



FROM PAGE 678 



To 
.Page 



ERICH-META WILHELMINE 
KAUFMANN 

SCHWARZ 



GERARDUS JOHANNES-HIDEGARDE 

SCHWARZ 

ZWART 



B.11/30/1905 
Wormersdorf 
D.Holocaust 
[Deported from 



B.6/4/1900B.4/23/1908 

Duisburg Rotterdam,Neth 
D.Holocaust D.1/13/1987 

Amstelveen,Neth 



Heme, Germany 

4/28/1942] 
coll/17/1939 

Herne,Germany 
Occ.Butcher 

[Bahnhoffstrasse 50b, Heme] 
[He lived at Bochu- 
merstrasse 25, 



oo2/9/1960 
Amsterdam 



B.1 1/19/1906 

Beuel 
D.3/1 3/1999 

Amsterdam 



[Deported from 
Westerbork,Neth. 
to Auschwitz- 
Birkenau on 
5/17/1944] 



LOUIS 



IRMGARD 
SCHWARZ 



VANPERHQEK 



B.1 2/9/1 905 
Utrecht,Neth 

D.1976 
Utrecht,Neth 

oo3/25/1939 
Utrecht,Neth 



B.I 0/30/1 907 

Bonn 
D.8/29/1988 

Utrecht,Neth 



[Fled to the 
Netherlands in 
1934] 



To Page 681 



Essen-Steel, 
before marriage] 



[adopted by Gerardus 



Zwart in 1 960] 



1— 



-Twins- 



JOHANNES ADRIAN - HENRIETTE 
"Hans" "Henny" 

ZWART 

HOUWELING 



B.2/3/1950 
Amsterdam 



«4/10/1973 

Halfweg, 

Haarmmerliede, 

Neth 
Occ.Life Insurance 



r 



± 



DOLF - JOSEFA JOHANNA 
ZWART 

BEKKER 



B.8/27/1950 
Amsterdam 



B.8/17/1946 



Occ.Genealogist 



oo8/18/1972 

Hoofddorf 
Occ.Technical 
Employee 

To Page 680 



B.8/27/1950 
Amsterdam 



JASPER 



HQUWEUN6 



RICHARD 



PETRA 



WQUD HOUWELING 



EMIEL 



HOUWELING 




Stillborn on 


B.12/11/1978 B.1/17/1980 B.8/4/1981 


B.9/12/1983 


12/24/1978 


Nieuwkoop, Woerden, Woerden, 


Woerden, 


in Nieuwkoop, 


Neth. Neth. Neth. 


Neth. 


Netherlands 


col/5/2004 
Den Helder,Neth 






Occ.Oil Rig Occ.Motivation Occ.Student 


Occ.Student 




Therapist 





679 



THE HERZ FAMILY #1 FROM SCHWEINHFIM 

DESCENDANTS OF JOSEPH AND CUPULA (\ EIB MARX^ HFR7 

C HILDREN OF DOLF AND JOSEFA JOHANNA (ZWART^ RFKKFR 



FROM PAGE 679 

























r Twins -| 

t t 




SEBASTIAN 

BEKKFR 


VINCENT 


MIRJAM 
BEKKER 


JESSICA 
BEKKER 



B.7/6/1973 
Amsterdam 



B.7/10/1976 
Amsterdam 



B.8/3/1979 
Amsterdam 



B.8/3/1979 
Amsterdam 



680 



THE HERZ FAMILY #1 FROM SCHWEINHEIM 

DESCENDANTS OF JOSE PH AND CUPULA fLEIB MARX^ HFR7 

CHILDREN OF LOUIS AND IRMGARD fSCH WARZ) VAN DFR HOFK 



FROM PAGE 679 



ISAAC EMANUEL 



VAN PER HOEK 



B.8/9/1940 
Utrecht.Neth. 



ABRAHAM - MARLINA 
PRINS 
VAN KLAVEREN 


B.5/29/1909 
Rhenen.Neth. 

D.Holocaust 
Auschwitz 
8/27/1943 


B.5/1/1907 
Amsterdam 

D.Holocaust 
Bergen-Belsen 
4/1/1945 


1 





JOSEPH - HENRIETTE DIRKJE 
"Jetty" 
VAN DER HOEK 
(Divorced) 
VAN KLAVEREN 



B. 12/4/1941 



B.11/19/1943 
Utrecht,Neth. 



"8/8/1968 



Occ. Register 
Accountant 



Occ.Hypnotherapist 



681 



THE HERZ FAMtl Y #1 FROM SPHWEINHFIM 

DESCENDANTS OF JOSEPH AND GlimH A f LEIB MAR^ HFR7 

CHILDREN OF EMU AND JETTA fWFRF R) SCHWAR7 

FROM PAGE 678 



PINCHAS - ESTHER 



FRIEDMAN 




FRITZ - HERTHA HELENA 
SCHWARZ 

FRIEDMAN 



B.c.1917 
Poland 
D.Holocaust 



WERNER 



SCHWAB? 



B.8/8/1910 

Bonn 
D.3/15/1996 

U.S.A 

[Fled to the Netherlands in 1 934, then to 
Palestine in 1939, and migrated to the 
953] 



B.9/25/1918 

Essen 
D.Holocaust 

[Deported from Bielefeld, 
Germany to Auschwitz, 
in March, 1943] 



ELY - 
MATLOW 

B.6/5/1928 
Toronto,ONT 
(Piyprceg:) 



DAVID 
NAHMIAS 



JUDY 
FRIEDMAN 

oo1957 

Toronto,ONT 
°o8/21/1998 
Jerusalem 



B.6/22/1937 
Jerusalem 



B.12/25/1939 
Jerusalem 



ABRAHAM - RENAH ALISSAH 

"Al" MATLOW 
PERSOFSKY 



B. 11/5/1937 
Montreal.QUE 

oo7/2/1978 
Toronto,ONT 



B.7/2/1958 
Kitchener,ONT 



DANIEL PAUL - BONNIE 
"Danny" SALOMON 
MATLOW 



B.7/4/1962 
Kitchener,ONT 

008/ /1989 
Toronto.ONT 



JONATHAN 

LEVI 
PERSOFSKY 



BENJAMIN 

JOSEPH 

PERSOFSKY 




B.I 2/25/1 961 
Montreal.QUE 



B.3/2/1964 
Kitchener,ONT 

006/24/2001 
Woodcfiff Lake,NJ 



B. 



B.6/20/1980 
Toronto,ONT 



ZACHARY 

"Zach" 
MATLOW 



B.8/1/1995 
Toronto,ONT 



STEPHANIE 
MATLQW 



B.10/2/1991 
Toronto,ONT 




B.8/17/1993 
Toronto,ONT 



B.4/15/1998 
Toronto,ONT 



B.1 1/19/2002 
Passaic,NJ 



682 



THE HERZ FAMILY #1 FROM SCHWEINHEIM 

DESCENDANTS OF JOSEP H AND GUDULA (LEIB MARX^ HFR7 

CHILDREN OF SALOMON AND CLARA HEBGEN fHERZ) SCHMITZ 



FROM PAGE 665 



(Idstein) 



MOSES - HEBBE 



lEMUEIN 



B.c.l 765 
D.18 



From 

Page. 

667 



SELIGMANN 



JOSEPH 



jual 



B.17 

Bonn 
D.18 



B.9/1/1780 

Bonn 
D.I 850 

Bonn 
ool/22/1806 

Bonn 



ELLA 
OPPENHEIM 

jch 



B.9/5/1 780 (1785?) 

Bonn 
D.1852 

Bonn 
To Page 698 



i± 



HERZ 
(Naftali) 



ANNE 

(Jetta)(Hendef) 

(Anna Joseph) 

SCHMITZ 



MQSES 



BENJAMIN - GUDULA 

(Guidle Joseph) 
SCHMITZ 
SCHWEfTZER 



B.1799 

Eisenbach,Nassau 
D.1872 

Meckenheim 
oo2/1/!826 

Rheinbach 



B.l 1/10/1802 
Bodendorf 

D.1879 
Meckenheim 



B.1805 

Dernau 
D.2/18/1871 

Ipplendorf 
oo6/8/1831 

Rheinbach 



To 
.Page 
692 



SALOMON - SYBILLE 
(Sibilla) 
SCHMITZ 
WALLICH 



B.9/12/1805 

Wormersdorf 
D. 



B.4/18/1813 

Bonn 
D.1890 

»1/17/1845 
Bonn 



To Page 692 



B.6/17/1807 
Wormersdorf 

D.1881 
Bonn 



To Page 698 



JONAS - GERTA 

KAUFMANN 
JULCH 



B. 



D. 



B. 



D. 



HEINRICH 
(Simon) 

MQ$E$ 



SAMSON 



GUDULA 
MOSES 



JQUCH 



SALOMON 




B.7/20/1826 
Wormersdorf 

D.1899 
Meckenheim 

[Buried in 

Meckenheim] 



B.9/12/1823 
Bonn-Godesberg 

D.3/12/1900 
Bonn-Godesberg 

oo2/23/1854 
Bonn-Godesberg 

Occ.Butcher 



MOSES 



B.l 0/25/1 827 
Wormersdorf 

D.2/8/1883 
Bonn-Godesberg 



B.1 0/1 8/1 832 
Meckenheim 
D. 



To Page 684 



683 



THE HERZ FAMILY #1 FROM SCHWE1NHE1M 

DESCENDANTS OF JOSEPH AND GUDULA fLEIB MARX^ HER? 

CHILDREN OF SAMSON AND CUPULA (MOSES^ JtJLlCH 



FROM PAGE 683 



HEINRICH 



• FANNY 
SPANIER 
(bat Aharon) 

JjQUQd 



MORITZ 



FANNY 
ULLMANN 



B.11/4/1854 
Bonn-Godesberg 

D.5/7/1919 
Danzig 



JOUG H 



B.1 1/8/1855 

D.3/13/1929 

Berlin 



B.12/7/1855 
Bonn-Godesberg 

D.I 895 
Bonn 

oel886 



To 
.Page 
685 



JOHANNA 
JULICH 



B.c.1 860 

Westerburg 
D.c.1908 



B. 2/8/1 858 

Bonn-Godesberg 
D. 



ISAAK - GUETEL 

STEIN 
KAHNWEILER 



B.1840 
D. 




B.I 845 
D. 



DAVID THEODOR - LILLY 
JULICH 

KAHNWEILER 




B. 


B.4/14/1880 


B.I 2/30/1 873 


B.7/1/1887 


B.c.1 890 




Bonn 


Gruenstadt 


Bonn 


Bonn 


D. 


D.Holocaust 


D.Holocaust 


D.Holocaust 


D. 




[Deported from 


[Deported to 


[Deported to 






Berlin to 


Lodz-1941] 


Lodz- 1941] 






Minsk- 


«.1908 








11/14/1941] 


Bonn 







684 



From 

Page_ 

684 



THE HERZ FAMIL Y #1 FROM SCHWEINHEIM 

DESCENDANTS OF JOSEPH AND GUDU1 A T LEIB MARX^ HFR7 

CHILDREN OF SAMSON AND CUPULA f MOSESl INI \CM 



FROM PAGE 683 



CARL 



PAULINE 
LAUFER 
B.c. 1860 

D. 
«1880-1885 



AMALIE 
HEUMANN 
B.I 0/29/1 865 

Villich 
D.I 2/9/1 898 

Bonn-Godesberg 
wAfter 1885 



BERTHA 
HEUMANN 



JULICH 



B.12/22/1859 B. 

Bonn-Godesberg Villich 
D.7/3/1914 D. 

Bonn-Godesberg 
«c.l899 



JOSEF 



FRIEDA 
JULICH 



SCHIFFMAN 



SAMUEL - 



JULICH 



IEVY 



B.l/23/1879 

Wittlich 
D. 

Occ.Merchant in 
Freiburg 


B.7/5/1885 

Bonn 
D.6/ /1 975 
Richmond,VA 


B.c. 1880 
D. 


B.c.1885 

Bonn 
D. 


Bonn 









To 

_Page 

686 



JOSEPH - SUSANNA 

HERZ 
HEUMANN 



B. 



D. 



B. 



D. 



oo1/16/1863 
Villich 



SIMON - PAULINA BARBARA 

MARX 
SCHIFFMAN 



B.1832 

Hopstaedten 
D. 7/20/1 889 

Wittlich 



B.1841 

Neuerburg 
D.3/23/1892 

Wittlich 



SIEGFRIED - DEBORAH 



JULICH>JULICH 



B.l 1/17/1900 B.8/1/1905 

Bonn 

D.5/ /1983 D.2/ /1994 

New York New York 



To 
—Page 
945 



685 



THE HERZ FAMILY #1 FROM SCHWF1KIHFIM 

DESCENDANTS OF JOSEPH AND GUDULA (LEIB MARX^ HFR7 

CHILDREN OF SAMSON AND GUDULA fMOSES^ JULICH 



FROM PAGE 683 



From 
Page. 
685 



ARNOLD 


- BRIGITTE 




SCHUSTER 




MARX 


B.I 822 




B.1/17/1821 


Vernich 




Bonn-Kessenich 


D.I 886 




D.I 886 


Bonn-Kessenich 


Bonn-Kessenich 


co2/26/1852 






Bonn-Kessenich 





AUGUST 



JULiCH 



ABRAHAM 



EVA 
JULICH 



MARX 



B.1 1/28/1861 

Bonn-Godesberg 
D. 



B.4/19/1862 
Bonn-Kessenich 

D.4/14/1921 
Bonn-Godesberg 

»1889 



To 

-Page 

689 



GUSTAV 



SOPHIE 
STERN 



JULICH 



8.2/1 1/1863 
Bonn-Godesberg 

D.4/8/1929 
Bonn-Godesberg 



From Page 717 



B.1 2/2/1 864 
Bonn-Godesberg 

D. 
U.S.A. 



B. 
D. 



U.S.A. 




B.4/8/1892 



3.9/21/1895 



B.4/18/1904 









3onn-Godesberg 


Euskirchen New York 


D.8/18/1945 


b.1 927 0.4/ /1 985 


London 


Euskirchen Morris Plains,NJ 


Occ.Brush manu- 




facturer in Eus- 




kirchen until 1 939 




Australia) 


1 




I 




(Brisbane. 


RUDY 




ALEX - LISELOTTE 
MARX 




JOHN - PAMELA 
(Hans) WILLERS 


MARX 










B.5/17/1920 




SCHV 


\IARZ 


MA 


RX 


Euskirchen 


B.12/26/1915 


B.1 2/25/1 922 




B.2/29/1924 


B. 


Euskirchen 


Euskirchen 


Euskirchen 




D.I 0/23/1 970 


0.9/ /1999 






Monterey, 


USA 






Mexico 




ooS/1/1962 




oo9/21/1945 




San Francisco.CA 




Monterey, 




To England. 




Mexico 




To U.S.A. in 1950 








To Pa 


ge687 




To Pag 


e688 



686 



THE HERZ FAMILY #1 FROM S^HWEINHEIM 

DESCENDANTS OF JOSEPH AND GUD1II A f LEIB MARX! HFR7 

CHILDREN OF ALEX AND LISELOTTF f MARX^ SCHWAR7 



FROM PAGE 686 



MIGUEL OTTO 



SCHWARZ 



PEPE 



SCHWARZ 



B.8/25/1946 


B.8/5/1948 


Monterey, 


Monterey, 


Mexico 


Mexico 



RICARDO 



SCHWARg 



B.4/10/1952 

Monterey, 

Mexico 
D.7/2/1971 

Monterey, 

Mexico 
[died in an accident] 



687 



THE HERZ FAMILY #1 FROM SCHWFIMHFIM 

DESCENDANTS OF JOSEPH AND GUDULA (\ EIB MARX^ HFR7 

C HILDREN QF JOHN AND PAMELA fWILLERSl MARX 



ANTHONY 



MARX 



B. 11/6/1 963 



FROM PAGE 686 




B.4/10/1966 



[Anthony and Geoffrey and their parents left the USA to settle in Australia.] 



688 



THE HERZ FAMILY #1 FROM SCHWEINHEIM 

DESCENDANTS OF JOSEPH AND GUDULA f LEIB MARX^ HERZ 

CHILDREN OF SAMSON AND CUPULA (MOSES^ JULICH 

FROM PAGE 683 



From 

Page_ 

686 



BERNHARD - MATHILDE 
JULICH 

KAUFMANN 



B.9/6/1868 

Linnich 
D.Holocaust 
[Deported to 
Minsk from 
Linnich] 



THERESIA 
JULICH 



To 

-Page 

690 



OTTO 



SOPHIE 
MEYER 



B.1/12/1866 

Bonn-Godesberg 
D.Holocaust 
[Deported from 
Linnich] 



JOUCH 



B.8/24/1868 B.1 2/20/1 869 

Bonn-Godesberg Bonn-Godesberg 
D. D. 




3.C.1875 




(Israel) 



B.5/29/1908 

Koln-Ehrenfeld 
D.Holocaust 
[Deported to 
Trawniki,Poland] 



689 



THE HERZ FAM1U #1 FROM S CHWE1 NHEIM 

DESCENDANTS OF JOSEPH AND GUDULA (LEIB MARX^ HER? 

CHILDREN OF SAMSON AND GUDULA (MOSES^ JULICH 



FROM PAGE 683 



From 

Page_ 

689 



HUGO JACOB 



JULICH 



B.I 1/1 1/1 871 

Bonn-Godesberg 
D. 



690 



THE HERZ FAMILY #1 FROM SCHWEINHEIM 

DESCENDANTS OF JOSEPH AND GUDULA (LEIB MARX^ HFR7 

CHILDREN OF HERZ AND ANNE fSCHMITZl MOSES 

FROM PAGE 683 



From 

Page„ 

683 



(Also on Paae 968) 



MARTIN 
(Mendel) 



SIBILLA 

(bat Naftaii) 

MOSES 



BERLIN 



B,1834 

Meckenheim 
D.1891 

Meckenheim 
[Buried in 
Meckenheim] 



JOSEPH MOSES 



HER? 



B.6/23/1836 
Meckenheim 

D.4/24/1911 
Meckenheim 

[Buried in 

Meckenheim] 



B.8/25/1839 
Meckenheim 
D. 



To Page 968 



691 



THE HERZ FAMILY #1 FRQM SCHWEINHEIM 

DESCENDANTS OF JOSE PH AND GUDULA (LE1B MARX^ HER2 

CHILDREN OF SALOMON AND CLARA HEBG EN (HERZ) SCHMITZ 



FROM PAGE 665 



From 

Page_ 

683 



PiERRE 



SCHMfTZ 




B.8/14/1809 

Wormersdorf 
D. 



B.9/5/1810 

Wormersdorf 
D. 



692 



THE HERZ FAMI LY #1 FROM SCHWEINHFIM 

DESCENDANTS OF JOSEPH AND fiumil A (LEIB MARX^ HFR7 

CHILDREN OF BENJAMIN AND GUD1JLA fSCHMITZ) SP.HWFIT7FR 



FROM PAGE 683 



1 



-Twins- 



ISAAC 



SCHWEITZER 



SOLOMON 



SCHWEITZE8 



r—Twins-T 

J ._L 



SARA 
SCHWEITZER 



To 
Jage 



694 



B.6/14/1831 


B.6/14/1831 


Ipplendorf 


Ipplendorf 


D. 


D. 



SOLOMON 



SCHWEITZER 



B.8/15/1832 B.8/15/1832 

Ipplendorf Ipplendorf 

D. a 



693 



THE HERZ FAM ILY #1 FROM SCHWEINHEIM 

DESCENDANTS OF JOSEPH AND CUPULA fLEIB MARX^ HFR7 

CHILDREN OF BENJAMIN AND CUPULA fSCHMITZl SCHWFITZFR 



FROM PAGE 683 



From 

Page- 

693 



JETTA 



SCHWEITZER 



B.4/7/1834 
Ipplendorf 
D. 



B.3/28/1836 
Ipplendorf 

D.1875 
Rheinbach 




JETTA 

(MARGARETHA) 

SCHWErTZER 



B.8/31/1827 

Ipplendorf 
D. 



HELENA 
SCHWEITZER 



JOHANN 



SCHWEITZER 



PHILIPP 



B.5/26/1856 
Kr.Rheinbach 
D. 



SCHWEITZER 



B.6/12/1863 
Kr.Rheinbach 
D. 



B.1/8/1869 

Kr.Rheinbach 
D. 



694 



THE HERZ FAMILY #1 FROM SCHWE1NIHE1M 

DESCENDANTS OF JOSEPH AND CUPULA fLEIB MARX^ HER? 

CHILDREN OF BENJAMIN AND CUPULA (SCHMITZ1 SCHWF1T7FR 



FROM PAGE 683 



From 
Page. 
694 



JOHANNA 
SCHWEITZER 



B.2/10/1839 

Ipplendorf 
D. 



ROSINA 
SCHWEITZER 



To 
_Page 
_£27 



JOSEPH 

(HERMANN) 

(Herz) 



B.1 2/18/1841 B.1/29/1843 

Ipplendorf Ipplendorf 

D. D.I 933 

Rheinbach 
oo5/3/1875 
Rheinbach 
Occ.Cattle 
dealer 



HENRIETTA 
"Julia" 
BLEEK 

UZEB 



B.3/24/1839 

Krefeld 
D.1915 

Rheinbach 



To Page 696 



ISAAC 



B. 



D. 



oo1889 
Koln 



B. 



D. 



oo1919 
Koln 



SCHWEITZER 

B.4/14/1869 B. 

Kr.Rheinbach 
D. D. 

oo!926 
Koln 



695 



THE HERZ FAMII Y #1 FROM SCHWE1NHEIM 

DESCENDANTS OF JOSEPH AND GUDI1I A <\ FIB MARX^ HFR7 

CHILDREN OF JOSEPH AND HENRIETTA fR LEEIQ SCHWFIT7FR 



FROM PAGE 695 



BENEDICT - JOHANNA 
COHN 

SCHWEnZER 



B.3/1/1876 B.2/16/1881 

Kr.Rheinbach Burgdorf 
D.Holocaust D.Holocaust 
[Deported from [Deported from 
Bonn-Endenich Bonn-Endenich 
to Minsk to Minsk 

7/19/1942] 7/19/1942] 
Occ.Cattte 
dealer 



(Gstefarf) 



MAXIMILIAN - 



ROSA 
LEVIS 



5CHWHTZER 



B.10/15/1881 

Ipplendorf 
D. 

Occ.Cattle 
dealer 
[Fied to London] 



n 



HEINRICH 



B.10/15/1881 

Rheinbach 
D. 



[Fled to London] 



SCHWETRER 



B. 11/1/1 882 

Ipplendorf 
D. 

Occ.Merchant 

in Koln 
[Fied to London] 




B.7/21/1910 
Germany 



Occ.British 
Inteffigence 
Officer 



696 



THE HERZ FAMI LY #1 FROM SCHWEINHEIM 

DESCENDANTS OF JOSEPH AND GUDULA (LEIB MARX^ HER? 

CHILDREN OF BENJAMIN AND CUPULA fSCHMITZ) SCHWEITZER 



FROM PAGE 683 



From 

Page_ 

695 



CAROLINA 
SCHWEITZER 



JEANETTA 
SCHWEITZER! 



B.8/15/1844 


B.8/12/1846 


Ipplendorf 


Ipplendorf 


D. 


D. 



697 



THE HERZ FAMILY #1 FROM SCHWEINHEIM 

DESCENDANTS OF JOSEP H AND CUPULA fLEIB MARX^ HER7 

CHILDREN OF SALOMON AND SYBILLE (SCHMITZ^ WAI 1 ICH 



FROM PAGE 683 



MORITZ 



WALLICH 



From 

Joseph Wallich 

Page 

683 



AARON - SOPHIA 
SALOMON 

WALLICH 



1810 
Bonn 
.1880 
Bonn 



B.1816 

Villich-Rheindorf 
D.I 889 
Bpnn 



To Paoe 699 



JOSEPH 



WALLICH 



B.8/1 1/1845 

Bonn 
D.I 889 

Bonn 
Served in the 
German army 
1870-71 
(Franco- 
Prussian War) 



B.2/7/1847 

Bonn 
D.I 863 

Bonn 



ISIDOR - 


SARA 




WALLICH 


V< 


OHS 


B.1853 


B.2/7/1847 


Butr 


Bonn 


D.1917 


D.1930 


Bonn 


Bonn 


«1 881 




Bonn 




Occ.Mohel 





JOSEPH - JULIE 
WALLICH 

WALLICH 



To 
.Page 
699 



B.2/2/1855 

Bonn 
D.I 938 

Bonn 

DO 

Bonn 
Occ.Butcher 



B.7/26/1849 

Bonn 

D.I 907 

Bonn 

From Page 803 
1 



[Lived at Heerstrafce 22, 
Bonn] 



r 




B.1854 
Hersel 
D.I 905 



SIEGMUND 



X 



EMMA 
VOHS 



MATHES 




Kessenich 
(Age 80) 



B.I 0/9/1 880 

Bonn-Kessenich 
D.Holocaust 
[Deported from 
Bonn in 1 942] 
«1 91 



B.1 2/1 0/1 881 

Buir 
D.Hoiocaust 
[Deported from 
Bonn in 1 942] 



B.1891 
Bonn 
D.1914 



** - Franziska Amalie Marx Mathes' 
parents were Isaak and Gudula 
(Danieh Marx. See Page 807. 



Occ.Coffee 
Representative 
[Lived at HeerstraBe 22,Bonn] 



698 



THE HERZ FAMILY #1 FROM SCHWE1NHE1M 

DESCENDANTS OF JOSEPH AND GUDULA fLEIB MARX) HERZ 

CH11PREN OF SAIQMQN AND SYPILLE (S CHMITZ) W ALLICH 



FROM PAGE 683 



From 

Page„ 

698 



AMALIA 
WALLICH 



B.I 0/1 6/1 850 

Bonn 
D. 



ESTER ELISE 
WALLICH 



From 

Aaron Wallich 

Page 

698 



MARCUS 



AMALIA 
WALLICH 



WAUJCH 



B.12/21/1850 

Bonn 
D.1934 

Bonn 



B.8/8/1853 

Bonn 
D.1935 

Bonn 
«1880 

Bonn 
Occ.Butcher 
[Lived at Hospital StraBe 1 5, Bonn] 



ALBERT 



WALUCH 



JOSEF 



WALLICH 



B.5/25/1882 B.1883 

Bonn Bonn 

D.Holocaust D.1934 

[Deported from Bonn 
Bonn in! 942] 



B.I 889 

Bonn 

D.1915 



699 



THE HERZ FAMIL Y #1 FROM SCHWEINHEIM 

DESCENDANTS OF JOSEPH AND CUPULA (LE1B MARX) HER7 

CHILDREN OF ELIAS AND BERTHA (STERN) SCHMITZ 

FROM PAGE 667 



ADAM - TH1NA 


ABRAHAM 


ROL 


EF 


B.1815 


B.I 824 


Kirchheim 




D.1885 


D.I 907 


Rheinbach 


Rheinbach 


«1 1/9/1854 




Rheinbach 





EVA 
SCHMfTZ 



B.6/14/1858 

Ipplendorf 
D. 



HERMAN 



EMMA 
EISENBERGER, 
B.I 862 

Wolf ske hie n 
D.1891 

Rheinbach 
»1887 

Rheinbach 



- CAROLINA 
SCHMITZ 
RQIEF 



B.1/19/1857 B.7/19/1859 
Rheinbach Ipplendorf 

D.1934 D.1933 

Rheinbach Rheinbach 

ool2/6/1895 
Rheinbach 

Occ.Butcher 

[Lived at Koblenzer StraSe 7, 
Rheinbach! 



ROSALIE 
ROLEF 



JUL1ANO 



RQIEF 



GUDULA 
SCHMITZ 



To 

-Page 

702 



B.4/8/1861 
Ipplendorf 

D.I 940 
Rheinbach 




B.10/19/1888 


B.12/31/1889 


B.I 2/22/1 892 


B.2/16/1897 


Rheinbach 


Rheinbach 


Rheinbach 


Rheinbach 


D. 


D.1919 


D.I 893 


D.Holocaust 




Rheinbach 


Rheinbach 


[Deported from 
Bonn-Endenich 
to Minsk 
7/19/1942] 
Occ.Administrative 
employee-Rhein- 
bach Town Hall 



700 



THE HERZ FAMI1 Y #1 FROM SCHWF1NHFIM 

P5SC5NPANT S OF JOSEPH AN D GUDULA f I EIB MARX^ HFR7 

CHILDREN OF HERMAN AND CAROLINA r. SCHMITZ) RQt FF 



FROM PAGE 700 



From 
700 



JOSEFINE 
ROLEF 



LEO 



JQLEL 



B.2/7/1899 
Rheinbach 
D. Holocaust 
[Deported from 
Bonn-Endenich 
to Minsk 
7/19/1942] 
[Lived in 
Wattenscheid 
for a while] 



B. 1/24/1 900 
Rheinbach 

D.1900 
Rheinbach 



JOSEF 



CLARA 
ROLEF 



BAUMGARTEN 



B.7/29/1899 

Bonn-Godesberg 
D. 

[He was Roman 
Catholic] 




B.6/20/1901 

Rheinbach 
D.I 994 

Bonn-Godesberg 
[Warned in 1943 
she would be 
deported, she 
fled and went 
underground.] 



B.12/16/1903 
Rheinbach 

D.1910 
Rheinbach 



701 



THE HERZ FAMIL Y #1 FROM SCHWEINHE1M 

DESCENDANTS OF JOSEPH AND GUDULA (LE1B MARX^ HFR2 

CHILDREN OF ELIAS AND BERTHA fSTERN) SCHMITZ 



FROM PAGE 667 



From 
700 



AMALIA 
SCHMITZ 



JOHANNA 



SCHMITZ 



B.l/15/1863 

ipplendorf 
D. 



B.I 1/17/1864 
Ipplendorf 

D.3/2/1866 
Ipplendorf 



SALOMON 



SCHMITZ 



B.6/9/1866 
Ipplendorf 
D. 



To 

.Page 

703 



SIBILLA 



SCHMITZ 



B.5/27/1868 
Ipplendorf 

D.9/6/1868 
Ipplendorf 



702 



THE HERZ FAMILY #1 FROM SCHWEINIHEIM 

DESCENDANTS OF JOSEPH AND GUDULA fLEIB MARX^ HFR7 

CHILDREN OF ELIAS AND BERTHA fS TERNl SCHMIT7 



FROM PAGE 667 



From 

Page_ 

702 



HERMANN 



SCHMITZ 



n 



JETTA 
SCHMITZ 



B.8/12/1869 

Ipplendorf 
D.Holocaust 

[Deported from 

Koln to There- 

sienstadt on 

6/12/1942 

and on 

9/19/1942 to 

Treblinka] 
[Lived in Heimerzheim] 



B.1 1/25/1 873 
Ipplendorf 

D.1939 
Zulpich 



703 



THE HERZ FAMILY #1 FROM SCHWEINHEIM 
DESCENDANTS OF JOSEPH AND GUDULA (LEIB MARX) HERZ 
CHILDREN OF LEIB AND DEBORAH (MEYER CAHN1 



HERZ 



FROM PAGE 665 



(Ktotten) 




DAVID JOSEPH - RACHEL 
SCHAULEM 
QUBLQa 



«.1754-Wittlich 



LEOPOLD 
(Leib Isaac) 
(Leopold Leib) 
«c.T786 



- BREINLE 
DAVIDT 
[DUBLON] 

B.C. 1770 
Wittlich 

D.2/26/1788 
Wittlich 



SARE 
DAVID 
[DUBLON] 
B.1773 

Wittlich 
D.8/2/1791 



- RACHEL 
(Breinze) 
BEER 
[BERSCH] 
OSTER 



B.c.1 758 B.c.1 768 
Klotten Schweinheim 

D.2/13/1814D.18... 
Wittlich Schweinheim 

Occ.Butcher 



(Afsg QP Page 806) 




B.1785 

Getsdorf 
D.1870 

Merzbach 



B.I 794 

Schweinheim 
D. 

Merzbach 



To Page 806 



To Page 774 



To Page 774 



To 
_Page 
774 



From 
Page 
665 



B. 

D. 

^ Wittlich 



Sare [Sorle] Dublon Oster was 
the youngest sister of Brenle 
Dublon. Both died in or shortly 
after childbirth. Sare's first 
husband was Leib Isaak, born 

about 1750- [Michel FanwjcKi 1 



J Leopold Oster had a brother, 
Michel Oster, born in Klotten 
in 1759, died on 4/17/1814 in 

WPCh, 



MARKUS - 
LEI3 



CLARA 
MARX 



B.1758 
Blumenthal 

(Eifel) 
D.1804 

Embken 



B. 



D. 



Other children of David 
Joseph and Rachel 
Schaulem [Salomon] 
Dublon in Wittlich were: 
I.Josef (1754-1833) 
2. Adaele (1757-1848) 
3.Bernard (1759-1825) 
4.SabmorW176a-1BgH 



I 


1 


ISAAK - EVA 


(Isaac Leib) (Ester) 


(Hendel Leib) 


HERZ 


OSl 


rER 


B.1/1/1798 


B.1801 


Wittlich 


Schweinheim 


D.I 863 


D.1881 


Schweinheim 


Schweinheim 


oo!829 





To 
.Page 



GUSTAV - HENRIETTE 
(Mordechai) (Jette) 
(Comperich Leib) SCHMITZ 
tJEBZ 



B.I 803 

Schweinheim 
D.I 878 

«1825 



B.1802 

Embken 
D.1852 



To Page 707 
704 



To Page 729 



THE HERZ FAMILY #1 FROM SCHWFINHFIM 

DESCENDANTS OF JOSEP H AND CUPULA (LE1B MARX^ HFR7 

CHILDREN OF LEIB AND DEBORAH (MFY ER CAHN^ HFR7 



FROM PAGE 665 



(Tetz/JQlich) 



MENDEL - SUSSANA 



mz 



B.16.... 
D.17 



B. 

D.17 



ancestors are 
on Page 706. 



(Ttfz/Juligh) 



MICHEL - GUDULA 
EMANUEL PENNES 
CAPPEL 
HERZ 



B.1718 
D.1811 



EMANUEL - 
(Mendel) 



VAN SPIEK 



B. 



B. 



D.1818 D. 

MGntz/Julich 



B.1728 
D.1807 



(Afa on Page 706) 



MICHAEL - 
(Former name: 
Hierz Michel) 

(Naftali) 



HANNA 
JUDA* 
B.I 774 
Gustoff/ 
Grevenbroich 
D.1801 

Tetz/Jplfch 



- SEMELE 
NATHAN * 
[SIBILLA 
KAUFMANN] 
HIRTZ 



From 
Page. 
704 



B.1774 

Tetz/Julich 
D.1838 

Tetz/JOIich 
oo!803 
Occ.Butcher 





(Schweinheim )\ 




MEYER - HENRIETTE 




(Meir ben (bat Naftali) 




Jehudah) (JETTE) 




[Hirz Josef] MICHEL HIRTZ 




HERZ 




B.1805 


B.I 809 


Schweinheim 


Tetz/Julich 


D.2/19/1891 


D.3/23/1893 


Schweinheim 


Flamersheim 


«1836 






Hottdorf 





B.1782 
KorneiimQnster 
(near Aachen) 

D.1855 
Tetz/Julich 



To Page 743 
705 



THE HERZ FAMI LY #1 FROM SCHWEINHEIM 
ANCESTORS OF THE TWO WIVES OF MICH AEL HIRT? OF TFT7 



JUDABONNEM - 
[JUDA BENEDfCKT] 



B.I 734 

Kendenich/Koln 
D. 



(AIsq qo ?zm$ 7Q5) 



MICHAEL - 
(Former name: 
Hierz Michel) 
(Naftali) 



HANNA 
JUDA 
B.I 774 
Gustoff/ 
Grevenbroich 
D.1801 
Tetz/JUlich 



- SEMELE 
NATHAN 
[SIBILLA 
KAUFMANN] 
HIRT2 



B.1774 


B.1782 


Tetz 


Kornelimunster 


D.1838 


(near Aachen) 


Tetz 


D.1855 


oo1803 


Tetz/JUIich 



(KomelimOnster near Aachen ) 



NATHAN 

[New name: 

ANDREAS 
KAUFMANN] 
SELIGMANN 



- BESSY DAVID 
[BETTA JACOBSJ 



B. 
D. 



MICHAEL- 



KAUFMANN 



B. 
D. 

[Converted to 
Christianity 
in Aachen on 
4/9/1836] 



B. 

D. 



JACOB - EVA 
(Shlomoben WEINHAUSEN 

Natan) 
KAUFMANN 



B.1 2/20/1 800 B.6/14/1815 

Kdnigswinter Wanlo 

D.6/25/1880 D.3/21/1893 

Aachen-Brand Aachen-Brand 



MATHIAS - AMALIE 
(Pinchasben WARENDORFF 

Natan) 
KAUFMANN 



B.c.1786 

D.2/23/1872 
Kornelimunster 
[President of 
the Synagogue] 



B.C. 1791 

D.9/24/1852 
Kornelimunster 



DAVID 
(Dovid ben 
Pinchas) 
KAUFMANN 



B.4/12/1818 

Kornelimunster 
D.8/19/1888 



706 



THE HERZ FAMILY #1 FROM SCHWFINHFIM 

DESCENDANTS OF JOSEPH AND CUPULA (LEIB MARX^ HFR7 

CHILDREN OF ISAAK AND EVA (HFJIZ1 OSTER 



FROM PAGE 704 



(Klotten/Mosel) 



ISAAK -CAROLA 
OSTER 
S CH R EIN 



B. 



D. 



B. 



LEOPOLD - HENRIETTE 
SCHREIN 

QSEEB 



B.c.1832 

Flamersheim 
D.8/14/1910 

Kuchenheim 
«1 1/29/1864 

Kuchenheim 



To 

.Page 

962 



MEYER 
(MARTIN) 



B.I 0/1 4/1 842 

Klotten (near Cochem) 
D, Before 1910 



- JOHANNA 
(bat Yechiel) 
SOMMER 
2SIEB 



B.8/24/1840 
Schweinheim 

D.6/6/1912 
Flamersheim 

Occ.Dealer 



B.10/11/1841 
Kuchenheim 

D.3/21/1913 
Flamersheim 



To Page 717 




From 
Page 

816 

I 



B.I 0/29/1 866 
Flamersheim 

D.1935 
Flamersheim 



JAKOB 



- THERESE 
WOLF 



QSTER 



B.1/5/1871 
Meckenheim 

D.1918 
Flamersheim 



B. 1/24/1 868 
Flamersheim 

D.1/3/1924 
Flamersheim 



To Page 708 



(Also on Page 81 k) 



ih 



To 

-Page 

716 



MAX 
(Markus) 



REGINA 
SPIER 



OSTER 



B.1873 

Gemund 
D.2/ /1933 

Flamersheim 



B.8/25/1878 
Flamersheim 
D.3/30/1964 
Johannesburg, 
South Africa 
First Jew to be a 
member of the 
Flamersheim Town 
Council (1919) 



To Page 709 



B.l/24/1882 
Kalkar/Rhine 

D.5/28/1969 
Johannesburg, 
South Africa 



To Page 710 



707 



THE HERZ FAMILY #1 FROM SCMWFINHFIM 

DESCENDANTS OF JOSEPH AND GUDLJLA fLElB MARX^ HER? 

CHILDREN OF 1SAAK AND JULIA fDA NIEU QSTER 

FROM PAGE 707 




JOSEPH 



ELSE 
WAGNER 



B.5/29/1902 

D.10/ /1966 

New York 
Occ.Butcher 



QSTER 



B.6/25/1904 
Flamersheim 

D.I 1/11/1984 
New York 



B.3/29/1906 
Ersdorf 

D.Holocaust 
Maidanek 
[Deported 
2/10/1942} 

Occ.Cattle 
dealer 



B.4/21/1899 

Berlin 
D.Holocaust 

Lublin/lzbica 
[Deported 
2/10/1942 
from Bonn- 
Endenich] 
Occ.Office Clerk 
[Lived at LanggaSe 13 t Rheinbach] 



WILHELM - SIBILLA 


"Willy" "Billa" 


OSTER 


HEUMAN 


B.5/13/1910 


B.5/27/1912 


Euskirchen 


Flamersheim 


D.l 2/24/1 982 


D.4/30/1988 


Tel Aviv 


New York 


Occ. Travel 




Agency 






B.4/17/1938 

Rheinbach 
D.Holocaust 



DANIEL SIDNEY 
(Zofman Yosef 
ben Shlomo) 
HEUMAN 



B.l 0/5/1970 
Willowdale,ONT 
Canada 



ROBERT SAMUEL-JUDITH LORNA 
VIDAVER 

HEUMAN 



B.l 0/24/1 942 
New York 



oo7/31/1966 
Lakewood,NJ 

Occ .Accountant, 
Computer 
Security 
Consultant 



B.5/1/1943 
Brooklyn,NY 



Occ.Teacher 



JOSHUA ISAAC 
(Itzhak ben 
Shlomo) 
HEUMAN 



B.9/20/1973 
North York.ONT 
Canada 



Occ.Student. 
Amputee due to 
cancer; won Silver 
Medal at 1989 
Maccabt Games 



Occ.Student 



708 



THE HERZ FAMILY #1 FROM SCHWFtMHFIM 

DESCENDANTS OF JOSEPH AND GUDUI A (LEIB MARX^ HFR7 

CHILDREN OF JAKOB AND THERESF f WOLF^ OSTFR 



FROM PAGE 707 



LOUIS ERICH - 
"Eric" 



HENRIETTE 
OSTER 



SOSTHEIM 



B.12/15/1896 

Lingen 
D.Holocaust 



coll/6/1930 



B.6/27/1907 
Flamersheim 
D.Holocaust 

[Deported to Litzmannstadt 
-Lodz- 10/22/1941] 



(Haifa. Israel) 



SIEGFRED 



B. 



MARGOT 
HEIMAN 

Koln 



D. 



SARAH 
LEVI 



Q STE R 



B.8/10/1912 
Flamersheim 



B.2/27/1912 
Berlin 



ALFRED 



SOSTHEIM 



EUGEN 



SPgTHHM 



THEO 



SQSTHEiM 



JAKOB 



AGUELA 
LOEB 



B.10/22/1931 
Flamersheim 

D.Holocaust 
[Deported to 
Litzmannstadt 
- Lodz - 
10/22/1941] 
[This family went 
received 



B.2/22/1933 
Flamersheim 

D.Holocaust 
[Deported to 
Litzmannstadt 
- Lodz - 
10/22/1941] 



B.2/4/1934 
Flamersheim 

D.Holocaust 
[Deported to 
Litzmannstadt 
- Lodz - 
10/22/1941] 



QSTER 



B.4/23/1937 
Herzliya, 
Israel 



B.2/ /1942 
Brason, 
Romania 



to Munster in 1935. Siegfred Oster 
their last letter in 1939.] 




B.5/12/1977 
Israel 



709 



THE HERZ FAMILY #1 FROM SCHWFIK1HFIM 

DESCENDANTS OF JOSEPH AND CUPULA (LE1B MARX^t HFR7 

CHILDREN OF MAX AND RFGINA fSP IERl OSTFR 



FROM PAGE 707 



WALTER 



ELSE 
TREIDEL 



QSTER 



B.8/6/1907 
Flamersheim 

D.4/23/1979 
Johannesburg, 
South Africa 




3.6/4/1909 
Mayen 

D.3/27/1999 
Johannesburg, 
South Africa 



B.9/30/1914 
Flamersheim 

D.6/ /1975 
Rustenborg, 
South Africa 




SIEGFRED - HENRIETTE 
"Henny" 
OSTER 



B. 



Lithuania 



B.4/27/1903 

Euskirchen 
D. 



To Page 714 



To Page 715 



B.6/8/1905 
Flamersheim 

D.1937 
Johannesburg, 
South Africa 



B.1 1/26/1938 

Sydney, 

Australia 
D.2/2/2001 

Sydney, 

Australia 
Occ. Sales Repre- 
sentative 



B.2/9/1941 
Johannesburg, 
South Africa 



Occ.Teacher 



DAVID - MIRIAM 


OSTER 


ISAACS 


B.12/1 2/1941 


B.3/9/1943 


Johannesburg, 


Johannesburg 


South Africa 


South Africa 


D.4/30/1978 




Johannesburg, 




South Africa 




Occ. Rep. for a 


Occ. Nursery 


Sweet firm 


Teacher 



GEOFFREY - DOROTHEA 
OSTER 



B.4/7/1943 
Johannesburg, 
South Africa 



To Page 71 2 



B.1 2/23/1 947 
Johannesburg, 
South Africa 

D.10/14/1988 
Johannesburg, 
South Africa 

Occ.Math 
Teacher 



To Page 713 



fYass.NewSatith Walts) 



DAVID JAMES - CHERYL LANA 
BREM 

MMM 




NATAUE ANGELA 
BREM 



B. 



«4/4/1998 

Occ.Wool Press 
Technician 



B.1 1/14/1966 
Johannesburg, 
South Africa 



B.1/3/1969 
Johannesburg, 
South Africa 



B.4/30/1974 
Johannesburg, 
South Africa 



Occ.Works with 
Developmentally 
Handicapped 
People 



Occ.Computer 
Technician, 
Teacher 



Occ.Photographer, 
Photography 
Teacher 



To Page 711 



710 



THE HERZ FAMILY #1 FROM SCHWEINHFIM 

D ESCENDANTS OF JOSEPH AND GUD1JI A fLEIB MARX^ HFR7 

CHILDREN OF DAVID AND CHERYL f R REM1 MAKIN 

FROM PAGE 710 




B. 6/29/2001 
Canberra,Australia 



HANNAH RUTH 



MAKIN 



B.6/1 0/2003 
Canberra, Australia 



711 



THE HERZ FAMILY #1 FROM srHWFINHFlM 

PESCENPANTS OF JOSEPH AND GUDUI A f LEIB MARX^ HFR7 

CHILDREN OF DAVID AND MIRIAM fOS TER) ISAACS 



FROM PAGE 710 



BURTON JOSEPH - 



MICHELLE 
ISAACS 



KAMINER 



B.3/11/19 
Johannesburg, 
South Africa 



"2/18/1990 
Johannesburg 
Occ.Second hand 
book dealer 



DEVIN JAY 



KAMINER 



B.I 0/21/1 990 
Johannesburg 



B.8/31/1965 
Johannesburg, 
South Africa 



Occ. Pharmacy 



NICOLE JODY 



KAMINER 



B.1 0/1 0/1 992 
Johannesburg 



CRAIG 



- DEBORAH 
LEVY 



ISAACS 



B.3/21/1969 
Johannesburg, 
South Africa 



oo5/27/1996 
Johannesburg 
Occ.Auditor 




B.2/5/1970 



Occ.Teacher 



DAVID MAX 
(Dovid) 
ISAACS 



JESSICA 

(Bayla) 

ISAACS 



B.12/1/1998 
London 



B.8/5/2001 
Atlanta,GA 



B.10/12/1973 B.9/30/1973 
Johannesburg, 
South Africa 



co4/1 7/2005 
Johannesburg 

Occ.Food and Occ. Travel 
Beverage Agent 

Manager 



Occ.Student 



Occ.Student 



Occ.Student 



712 



THE HERZ FAMILY #1 FROM SPHWF1NHFIM 
DESCENDANTS OF JOSEPH AND GUDULA (LEIB MARX^ HER? 
CHILDREN OF GEOFFREY AND DOROTHFA rPSTER^ ZLJL RFRG 



FROM PAGE 710 



















LINDY 
ZULBERG 




DARRYL 

ZULBERG 



B.2/23/1972 B.4/5/1974 
Johannesburg, Johannesburg, 
South Africa South Africa 



713 



THE HERZ FAMILY #1 FROM SCHWFINHFIM 

DESCENDANTS OF JOSEP H AND CUPULA (LEIB MARX^ HFR7 

CHILDREN OF LEO AND SARAH (LE VINE) OSTFR 



FROM PAGE 710 



MORRIS 



B. 



QSTER 
B. 




714 



THE HERZ FAMILY #1 FROM SCHWFINIHFIM 

DESCENDANTS OF JOSFPH AND CUPULA (LEIB MARX^ HFR7 

SON OF SIEGFRED AND HENRIFTTF fft STER^ HEUMAN 



FROM PAGE 710 




B.1/13/19... B. 



715 



THE HERZ FAMILY #1 FROM SCHWEINHFIM 

DESCENDANTS OF JOSEPH AND GUDULA (LEIB MARX^ HERZ 

CHILDREN OF LEOPOLD AND HENRIETTE f SCHREIN^ QSTFR 



FROM PAGE 707 




B.1876 B.1879 

Mariaweiler Flamersheim 
D. D. 

«1903 
Kuchenheim 





WALTER - HILDE 




OSTER 




SELIG 


B. 




B. 


D. 


,FL 






(K$tn) 



HERMANN 



HENRIETTE 

"Henny" 

KAT7 



-QSIEL 



B. 

D.1935 

Flamersheim 



B. 



D. 




716 



THE HERZ FAMILY #1 FROM SCHWEINHEIM 

DESCENDANTS OF JOSEPH AND GUD1JLA (LEIB MAtm HFR7 

CHILDREN OF MEYER AND JOHANNA f SOMMERl OSTFR 



FROM PAGE 707 



(Bruttia/Mosel) 



DAVID - ROSETTA 
MAYER 
ABRAHAM 



B.1837 
D.I 898 
BrOttig 



B. 

D. 



_To Page 722 



_L 



ISIDOR 



SOPHIE 
ABRAHAM 



QSTER 



B.10/31/1868 
Schweinheim 
D.Holocaust 
[Both deported to 



B.I 0/1 6/1 873 
Bruttig/Mosei 
D.Holocaust 
> Theresienstadt on 
6/12/1942 and to|Trebtinka 9/19/1943] 
Occ. Cattle dealer 



MORITZ - JULIE 
"Julchen" 
ROSENBAUM 
GSIE 



B.1/1/1870 

Flamersheim 
D.1 2/1 6/1 942 



LOUIS 



Q STE R 




B.1/16/1873 

Haspe 
D. 1/4/ 1945 



B.9/11/1871 
Flamersheim 
D.Holocaust 



To Page 720 



B.8/8/1873* 
Flamersheim 
D.5/1/1891 

Flamersheim 
* ^Gravestone 
indicates 
8/11/1873 



SIEGMUND - CLARA 
DAVID 
SCHWKER 



B.8/15/1865 

Vernich 
D.5/13/1942 

Koln-Mulheim 
oo5/6/1894 

Koln-Mulheim 



B.8/28/1873 
Koln-Mulheim 

D.Holocaust 

[Deported to 
Theresienstadt 
in 1 942 and then 
to Minsk! 



± 



ALFRED 



GRETE 
SCHWEIZER 



J2SEEL 



B.6/24/1901 
Flamersheim 

D.1/17/1960 
Tel Aviv 

Occ.Attorney 




B.8/15/1901 
Euskirchen 

B.I 2/8/1984 
Tel Aviv 



B.I 2/8/1 894 

Beuel 
D.Holocaust 



To 
.Pages 



^BSJUA 



SELMA 
SCHWEIZER 



B.6/20/1903 B. 

Flamersheim 
D.Holocaust D.Holocaust 



To Page 718 



RUTH 
KAUFMANN 



B.I 2/1 5/1 937 

Beuel 
D.Holocaust 



B.9/22/1896 

Euskirchen 
D.2/3/1984 

Bonn 
[Survived Riga concen- 
trati on camp] 



(daughter) 



B. 



D.Holocaust 



717 



REIATFPTOTHE HERZ FAMILY #1 FROM SCHWEINIHFiM 
CHILDREN OF SIEGMUND AND CLARA fDAVim SCHWFI7FR 

FROM PAGE 717 



From 

Page_ 

717 



LUDWIG 



HELENE 
("Lenchen") 
SCHWEIZER 



KAHN 



CARL 



KATHI 
HIRSCHEL 



B.1 1/17/1888 

Sulzberg 
D.l/31/1984 

San Francisco, 
CA 
co8/24/192l 

Freiburg 



3.11/17/1898 
Euskirchen 

San Francisco, 
CA 



SCHWEIZER 



B.1 1/21/1899 

Euskirchen 
D.8/31/1988 
San Francisco, 
CA 
»8/12/1930 
San Francisco, CA 
Occ .Traveling 
Salesman 



B.2/20/1907 
Schopfheim, 
Baden-Wurtem. 
D.6/ /1 995 
San Francisco, 
CA 



B.7/29/1899 
Landsberg/ 
Warthe 

D.5/30/1982 
Luxembourg 
[on a visit] 

«4/21/1948 
Israel 
To Page 71 7B ToPage717C 



ERNST - 
SHHWEIZER 
B.1/12/1906 

Euskirchen 
D.Holocaust 
(Deported from 
Drancy, France 
on 3/7/1944 
on transport 
#69 to 
Auschwitz) 



FRIEDL 
NEUMANN 



DR. HERBERT 
MANNHEIM 
(M.D.I 



- [They lived in 
Israel] 



B.6/26/1905 
Kuttenpian, 
Bohemia 

D.2/18/1987 
Luxembourg 




B.l/28/1916 
Emmendingen 



B.7/20/1922 
Freiburg 




RICHARD MICHAEL 



KAHN 



RUDOLF 



VERA 
KRAFT 
B.1921 

D.1961 

«7/4/1948 
$an Francisco 



SHIRLEY 
BENOIT 



KAHN 



B.4/ /1924 

Freiburg 



B.4/10/1922 
Canada 



B.6/18/1954 
San Francisco, 
CA 



B.8/4/1956 
San Francisco, 
CA 



»9/2/196l 
San Francisco, 
CA 



ToPage717D 
ToPage717E 



717A 



RE UTFPTOTHF HFR7 FAMILY #1 FROM SCHWFINHFIM 

DESCENDANTS OF SIEGMU ND AND CLARA (DAVIDS SCHWFI7FR 

DAUGHTER QF CARL AND KATHI ( HI RSC HEL^ SCHWFI7FR 



FROM PAGE 71 7A 



SHELDON - SUSI 
GREENBERG SCHWEIZER 



B. 



oo5/30/1953 



VICTOR 
HIN QJQ S 



B.9/13/1933 
Mexico 



ool2/20/1958 



B.8/19/1932 

Euskirchen 
D.9/8/1999 
San Francisco.CA 



MICHAEL - CAROL LESLIE 
GREENBERG 

SLADE 



B. 



BRANDON 

SLAPE 
B. 



B.3/29/1954 
San Francisco, 
CA 




MICHAEL DAVID 



HINCW? 



B.2/3/1961 
San Francisco, 
CA 



717B 



RELATED TO THE HERZ FAMILY #1 FROM SCHWEINHEIM 

DESCENDANTS OF SIEGMUND AND CLARA fDAVim SCHWEIZER 

SON OF ERNST AND FRIEDL f NEUMANN! SCHWEIZFR 



FROM PAGE 71 7 A 



FRED 



DINA 
MANDEL 



SCHWEIZER 



B.1 2/28/1 932 
Luxembourg 



Israel 
Occ. Electronics 

[Fred and his parents left Luxembourg on 
9/8/1 939 for France, where he and his 
mother survived the war. His father, as noted on 
Page 71 7A, was caught by the Gestapo in Grenoble 
in February, 1944 and was sent trom Drancy to 
Auschwitz on transport #67 where he was probably 
gassed on arrival. Fred and his mother left France and 
went to Israel. Fred, his wife, and their children left 
Israel in December, 1974 and returned to Luxembourg.] 



B.6/15/1935* 
Zolkiew,Galicia 
[Ukraine] 



[* * This is an assumed date. She lost her entire family 
(both parents, two sisters and a brother) in Ghetto 
Lemberg (Lvov) during the Holocaust. At the age of 
about seven, she was not concerned about her birth 
date. Some years later an uncle told her she was born 
"in the summer of 1935," but he didn't know the date. 
So, June 15 became the "adopted" date. Dina first came 
to Palestine on the "Exodus," which was denied entry 
by the British, and was returned to Germany on 
8/2/1947.] 



ILAN 



JUDITH 
MARX 



SCHWEIZER 



B.3/6/1960 
Haifa, Israel 



colO/28/1990 
Luxembourg 



DAN 



BEATRIXE 
POKLEKOWSKI 



SCHWEIZER 



B.1/1 2/1968 
Luxembourg 



B.1/18/1966 
Haifa, Israel 



oo6/18/1999 
Wasserburg^ 
Bodensee 



JONATHAN 



SCHWEIZER 



TIMOTHY 



SCHWEIZER 



B.9/7/1966 
Wasserburg/ 
Lake Konstance 



CLARA 



SCHWEIZER 



PH1LIPPA 



SCHWEIZER 



B.9/12/1992 
Luxembourg 



B.1 1/10/1993 
Luxembourg 



B.5/5/2002 B.1 0/22/2003 



71 7C 



RELATED TQTHE HERZ FAMILY #1 FROM SCHWF1NHFIM 

DESCENDANTS OF SIEGM UND AND CLARA (DAVIDS SCHWEIZER 

CHILDREN OF RUDOI F AND VERA (K RAFTS KAHN 



FROM PAGE 71 7 A 



KEITH 



DEBORAH SUSAN 
KAHN 



SHEPHERD 



SHARON LEE 
KAHN 



B. 



B.6/28/1951 
San Francisco,CA 



B.l 1/13/1955 

San Francisco,CA 



717D 



RELATED TQ THE HERZ FAMILY #1 FROM SCHWEINHE1M 

DESCENDANTS OF SJEGMUND AND CLARA (DAVIDS SCHWFI7FR 

CHILDREN OF RUDOLF AND SHIRLEY fBENOm KAHN 



FROM PAGE 71 7A 



PAUL ANTHONY 



K AHN 



DAVID EDWARD 



KA HN 



B.7/10/1962 
San Francisco,CA 



B.4/12/1964 
San Francisco.CA 



717E 



THE HERZ FAMILY #1 FROM SCHWEINHFIM 

DESCENDANTS OF JOSEP H AND CUPULA (LEIB MARX^ HFR7 

CHILDREN OF ALFRED AND GRETE fSCHWEIZEm QSTFR 



B. 



FROM PAGE 717 



B. 



(Divorced) 



EVA 
(Chava) 
OSTER 



SIMCHA 
WEINBERG 



(Kibbutz RevivimA^ael) 



MICHAEL 



GERDA 

VARDA 

HELGA 

OSTER 



BECHQR 



B,1 1/1 1/1924 

Chava, Israel 



B.7/7/1934 
Tel Aviv 



oo9/4/1960 
Margaliot, 
Israel 

Occ.Attorney 



B.6/27/1931 
Euskirchen 



B.6/30/1932 
Euskirchen 



To Page 719 



[Simcha Weinberg's parents were Herz Weinberg 
(8/1 0/1 905/Kishinev, Moldova-2/ 1 4/1 99 1 /Kibbutz 
Manara, Israel) and Pesia Bankhalter (1903/Biala 
Podlaska, Poland- 1 1/26/1971/Tel Aviv, Israel. They 
were married around 1930 in Tel Aviv.1 



YUVAL 


LEVI 


TAMAR 
WEINBERG 



Haifa, 

Israel 



co8/6/1985 
Kibbutz Manara, 
Israel 



3.6/24/1960 B. 
Kiryat Shmona, Haifa, 
Israel Israel 



ELIYAHU 



AMIT 
WEINBERG 



EUBER 



oo3/24/1994 
Binyamina, 
Israel 



GIDON 



ORNA 
WEINBERG 



glMSERSTEIN 



B.4/9/1962 
Sefad, 
Israel 



co2/14/199l 
Kibbutz Manara, 
Israel 



B.8/12/1966 
Sefad, 
Israel 



ToPage718A 




GIL 



ELIHER 



ARNON 



EUBER 



B. B. B. B. 

Kibbutz Manara, Kibbutz Manara, Kibbutz Manara, Haifa, 
Israel Israel Israel Israel 



B. 



Haifa, 
Israel 



718 



THE HER7 FAMII Y #1 FROM Sr.HWFINHFiy 

DESCENDANTS OF JOSEPH AND GUDUl A (LEIB MARX^ HFR7 

CHILDREN OF G1DON AND ORNA (WEINRF RGl ZILBFRSTFIN1 



FROM PAGE 718 




HADAS 



ZILPERSTEIN 




B. B. B. 

Kibbutz Manara, Kibbutz Manara, Kibbutz Manara, 
Israel Israel Israel 



718A 



THE HERZ FAMILY #1 FROM SCHWFINIHFIM 

DESCENDANTS OF JOSEPH AND CUPULA fLEIB MARX^ HFR7 

CHILDREN OF MICHAFI AND HELGA fO STER^ BECHOR 



FROM PAGE 718 




B.4/12/1956 
Kibbutz Revivim, 
Israel 



B.l 2/30/1 958 B.5/24/1964 
Kibbutz Revivim, Kibbutz Revivim, 
Israel Israel 



719 



THE HERZ FAMILY #1 FROM SCHWF1NHFIM 

DESCENDANTS OF JOSEPH AND GUDULA fLElB MARX^ HFR7 

CHILDREN OF MORITZ AND JULIE fROSENBAUMl OSTFR 



FROM PAGE 717 



MAX - HELENE 
OSTER 
BERL> 
B£;R-EL* 



B.5/1/1902 

St.Wendel 
D.I 943 

Israel 
[* - Name changed] 



LUDWIG 



ERNA 
JAKOB 



B. 1/29/1 903 

Kronau,Westphalia 
D. 



QSTER 



B.2/2/1906 

Kronau,Westphalia 
D.3/4/1980 

Kiryat Bialik, 

Israel 



B.5/9/1902 

D.12/31/1980 
Kiryat Bialik, 
Israel 



BENNY 

B 


ANNIE 
DALIR 

pR-EL 


B.8/3/1928 
Dortmund 


B.5/21/1944 
Neuhofen 






JOAB 

BER-EL 



MICHAEL 



ESTHER 



Q STER 



B.8/4/1944 
Haifa 



B.9/29/1947 




B.l 0/1 0/1 972 



B.1/7/1973 
Kiryat Bialik, 
Israel 



720 



THE HERZ FAMILY #1 FROM SCHWEINHEIM 

DESCENDA N T S QF JOSEPH ANP GUPUIA (UEIP MARX) HERZ 
CHILDREN OF MICHAEL AND ESTHER (.. ) OSTER 



FROM PAGE 720 




B.8/2/1974 
Kiryat Bialik, 
Israel 



B.9/29/1981 
Kiryat Bialik, 
Israel 



721 



THE H£RZ FAMHY #1 FRQ M SCHWEINHEW 

DESCENDANTS OF JOSEPH AND GUDULA fLEIB MARX) HERZ 

CHILDREN OF MEYER AND JOHANNA (SOMMER) QSTER 



FROM PAGE 707 



From 

Page_ 

717 



From Page 717 



DR. HUGO 
(M.D.) 



£SL 



- SOPHIE 
MANNHEIMER 



B.3/14/1878 

Flamersheim 
D.Holocaust 

Theresienstadt 

5/19/1943 
Occ. Physician 
[Lived at Baumstrafce 8,EuskirchenJ 



± 



GUSTAV 



- MARTHA 
ABRAHAM 



WTER 



To 
J'age 
J2k 



JOSEF 



HENRIETTE 

"Henny" 

BUVCH 



QSTER 



B.3/25/1893 
Aub a.d. Main 

D.Holocaust 
Auschwitz 



B.I 0/1 9/1 879 
Flamersheim 

D.3/3/1939 
Flamersheim 



B.10/9/1879 

Bruttig 
D.Holocaust 



B.9/17/1881 
Flamersheim 
D.Holocaust 



B.11/18/1879 

Rotenburg 
D.Holocaust 




B.1 1/21/1923 
Euskirchen 

D.Holocaust 
Auschwitz 

[Deported to 

Theresienstadt 
6/16/1942] 



(Also on Paae 


7205)1 


OTTO 


ELSE 


NATHAN 


OSTER 


B.3/21/1908 




Strempt 




D.12/14/1958 




New York 




LEO 


SAJ.QMQN 





To Page 725 



RICHARD 



HELENE 
KAUFMANN 



QSTER 



B.4/30/1912 
Posen 



B.1 0/27/1 908 
Flamersheim 

D.I 0/1 2/1 986 
New Y ork 



B.4/1/1911 
Flamersheim 

D.7/29/1987 
Sioux CityJA 

Occ. Cattle 
dealer 



B.5/17/1919 
Munstereifel 

D.8/17/1996 
El Paso.TX 



GUS 



B. 



(Divorced 1 



BEVERLY 
GOLD 



NATHAN 



To Page 723 



SIDNEY 



PENNY 
MONTURE 



NATHAN 



B.5/3/1947 
New York 



B.10/19/1943 
New York 



B.1 2/30/1 9.. 



STEPHANIE 
NATHAN 



B.3/28/19... 
Brooklyn,NY 





B.5/1/1977 
New York 



B.1/3/1967 
New York 



B.l/26/1978 
New York 



722 



THE HERZ FAMHY #1 FROM SCHWEINHE 1 M 

DESCENDANTS OF JOSEPH AND GUDULA (LE1B MARX) HERZ 

CHILDREN OF RICHARD AND HELENE (KAUFMANN) OSTER 

FROM PAGE 722 



(ZIPasoJX) 



DAVID 



CAROLE 
VAN CLEAVE 



OSTER 



(Rqgfie?ter % NY]_ 



B. 12/5/ 1944 
Sioux City,IA 



«12/22/1966 
Sioux City,IA 
Occ. Production 
Manager, VP 



B.1/6/1947 
Sioux CityJA 



Occ.Histotechnologist 



JAMES JASON- REBECCA 
"Becky" 
OSTER 
CANTU 


B.12/1 1/1973 
TaylorJX 

<»7/3/2000 
Las Vegas,NV 

Occ.Automobile 
Technician 


B.6/20/1973 
Clinton, IA 

Occ. Registered 
Nurse 




B.I 2/9/2002 
Round RockJX 



STEVEN - ALICE 


OSTER 


RASKIN 


B.6/9/1943 


B.4/9/1948 


Mitchell.SD 


Sioux City,IA 


«5/5/1967 




Sioux CityJA 




Occ.Packing 


Occ.Credit 


House 


Manager 


Manager 





To Page 724 



JAMES 



HEATHER 
CAMDEN 



OSTER 



B.10/31/1969 B.10/6/1973 
Clinton, IA Park Ridge, IL 



«n /I 6/1997 



Occ. 



Occ. Cosmeto- 
logist 



723 



THE HERZ FAMILY #1 FROM SCHWEINIHEIM 

DESCENDANTS OF JOSEPH AND CUPULA (LEIB MARX) HERZ 

CHILDREN OF STEVEN AND ALICE (OSTER) RASKIN 



FROM PAGE 723 



(Rgsherter.NY) 



STEPHEN 



TERRI 
RASKIN 



RICHARDSON 



B.7/6/1964 
Dansvi!le,NY 



«10/12/1996 
Rochester.NY 

Occ.Cornputer 
Engineer 



B.2/8/1968 
Sioux CityJA 



Occ. Sales 



BENJAM 



NNOHA 



RICHARD S ON 



-Twins ( 



HANNAH 



R IC HARDSO N 



(HowellM) 



TODD 



BILLIE 
STEARN 



RASKIN 



B.6/25/1971 
Sioux CityJA 



«1l/26/l999 
Howell, Ml 

Occ. Police 
Officer 



ZACHARY 



RICHARDSON 



JESSC 



B.1/6/1975 
Ann Arbor.MJ 



Occ. Dental 
Hygienist 



E LINCON 



B. 6/1/1999 
Rochester,NY 



STEARN 



AARON MICHIEL 



RASKIN 



B.2/1 9/2005 
Rochester,NY 



B.2/1 9/2005 
Rochester,NY 



B.5/10/1993 
Southfield,MI 



B.I 1/21/2000 
Ann Arbor,MI 



Occ. Student 



Occ. Student 



724 



THE H ERZ FAMILY #1 FROM SCHWEINHE 1 M 
DESCENDANTS OF JOSEPH AND CUPULA fLEIB MARX) HERZ 

CHUPREN QF JQSEF ANP HENRIETTE (BIACH) QSTER 



FROM PAGE 722 



(London) 



BERNARD 
"Benny" 



GRETE 
OSTER 



FELDMANN 



B.9/9/1906 

Leipzig 
D.1/21/1990 

London 

Occ.Fur 

merchant 



B.I 2/23/1 908 
Nord Horn 



To England in 1939 



(Lgndgn) 



MARK 



ELIZABETH 
WEISROSE 



FEIPMANN 



B.6/24/1946 
London 



Occ. Solicitor 
[Attorney] Partner 
at Bernard Oberman 
& Co,, London 



B.I 0/1 5/1 944 
London 



Occ. Legal PA 



JOSEPH ELIOT 
(Yossi) 



FELDMANN 



B.I 0/22/1 979 
London 



MAX 


RUTH 




ROCHHOLZ 


OSTER 


B.7/8/1907 


B.1/15/1915 


Nord Horn 


Leipzig 


D.Holocaust 


D.Holocaust 


Buchenwald 


Theresienstadt, 


3/8/1945 


Auschwitz 


[Deported from 


11/19/1942 


Westerbork] 


[Deported from 




VYesterborkl 




B.8/20/1935 
Utrecht, 
Netherlands 

D.Holocaust 
Auschwitz 
11/19/1942 

[Deported from 

Westerbork] 



B.3/15/1937 
Amsterdam, 
Netherlands 

D.Holocaust 
Auschwitz 
11/19/1942 

[Deported from 

Westerbork] 



MIRIAM LEAH 
FELDMANN 



8.9/21/1981 

London 



Occ.Graduate in 
Jewish Studies, 
University of 
London (2003) 



Occ. Reading Theology 
at Gonvilte and Caius 
College-Cambridge 



725 



THE HERZ FAMILY #1 FROM SCHWEINHEIM 

DESCENDANTS OF JOSEPH AND CUPULA (LEIB MARX) HERZ 

CHILDREN OF MEYER AND JOHANNA fSOMMER) OSTER 



FROM PAGE 707 



From 

Page_ 

722 



(Niederbieber) 



RUDOLF 



ELIESE 
OSTER 



SALOMON 



B.1 1/15/1884 
Niederbieber 
D.Holocaust 



OTTO 



FLORENCE 
BERNSTEIN 



SALQMQN 



B.6/28/1888 
Flamersheim 
D.Holocaust 



MARTIN 



HERTA 
WEINSTEIN 



B.6/6/1910 

Niederbieber 
D.8/18/1994 
Pompano Beach, 
FL 



SALOMON 



B.4/13/1913 B.6/2/1914 

D.9/5/1981 D.2/ /1 974 

Pompano Beach, 
FL 



STEVEN 



SUSAN 
GALE 



SALOMON 



B.9/2/1943 



To 
„Page 
728 



B.6/9/1919 



JEFFREY 



SALOMON 



B. 



B. 



PERRY 



MARCY 



SALOMON 



B. 



B.1/29/1950 



B. 



SCOTT 



SALOMON 



SHAR! 
SALOMON 



To Page 727 



MICHAEL 



SALOMON 



B.10/ /1 967 



B. 



B.9/5/1969 



726 



THF HFR7 FAMII Y #1 FROM SC.HWEINHEIM 

DESCENDANTS OF JOSEPH AND CUPULA (LEIB MARX1 HERZ 

SON OF PERRY AND MARCY f ) SALOMON 



FROM PAGE 726 



MATTHEW 



SALOMON 



B.1/ /1978 



727 



THE HjERZ FAMHY #1 FRQ M SCHWEINHEIM 

DESCENDANTS OF JOSEPH AND GUDULA (LEIB MARX) HERZ 

CHILDREN OF RUDOLF AND ELIESE (OSTER) SALOMON 



FROM PAGE 726 



From 

Page_ 

726 



DAVID 



MIRIAM 
SALOMON 



LEVI. 



B.7/1/1915 
D.3/ /1 968 



B.4/9/1918 
Niederbieber 



From 
Page 
573 



(Also on Page 573) 
(NanueLNY) 



MARK 



RUTH 
GOTTSCHALK 



LEVY 



B.4/17/1942 



B.10/19/1945 



DAVID 



LEVY 



From 
Page 
1205 



(Also on Page 1205) 



ADOLPH - IDA 

(Avraham) KLEINSINGER 

B.12/ /1911 

0.6/ /1968 



MIRIAM 
SALOMON 



NATHAN 



B.7/23/1911 B.4/9/1918 
Niederbieber 



To Page 1 206 



(Morris Plains, NJ) 



RALPH - ADRIENNE 
SMITH 

l£VY 



B.6/4/1948 



B.6/20/1951 



FRED 



LEVY 



i -Twins- 1 



JENNIFER 
LEVY 



MICHAEL 



LEVY 



B.I 2/5/1 969 



B.9/7/1972 



B.8/11/1981 B.8/11/1981 



728 



THE HERZ FAMILY #1 FROM S CHWEINHE IM 

DESCENDANTS OF JOSEPH AND CUPULA (LEIB MARX^ HERZ 

CHILDREN OF GUSTAV AND HENRIETTE (SCHM1TZ) HERZ 



FROM PAGE 704 



From 
Page 
806 



From 
Page 
771 



(Also on i 


Paae 807) 1 


AARON 
WOLF 

8. 

D. 


- HENRIETTE 
(JETTA LEIB) 
(bat Mordechai) 
HERZ 

DANIEL 


JOSEF 

II 
(Tzvi ben 
Yosef) 



(also on Page 771) 



EDUARD 



BERTA 
HERZ 



MEBZ. 



B.8/19/1843 
Flamersheim 

D.1910 
Flamersheim 

»n/29/1870 

Occ.Dealer 



B.I 822 

Merzbach 
D.1860 

Kirchheim 
Occ.Butcher 



B.1826 

Flamersheim 
D.1887 

Kirchheim 



B.2/25/1845 
Schweinheim 

D.1910 
Flamersheim 



To Page 807 




From 
Page 

765 

I 



HERMANN 



HER? 



To 
-Page 



MAX 



HERZ 



ALBERT 



HERZ 



B.6/6/1871 
Flamersheim 

D. 
Elsdorf 



B.7/27/1872 
Flamersheim 

D/8/5/1872 
Flamersheim 



B.6/25/1873 
Flamersheim 
D. 



B.I 0/2/1 874 B. 

Flamersheim Flamersheim 
D.2/21/1931 

Flamersheim 



D. 
World War I 



October 1982: 
Grete Herz 
Levisohn says 
the third child's 
name was 
Michael Herz, 
although records 
show two 
Hermann Herzs. 



(Als\> on Page 765) 730 


SALOMON - ROSALIE 


"Rosa" 


HERZ 


SIN 


ON 


B.3/6/1871 


B.5/18/1877 


Berrendorf 


Flamersheim 


D.Holocaust 


D.Holocaust 


Auschwitz 


Deported to 


[Deported 


Theresienstadt 


from Koln to 


on 6/28/1942, 


Theresien- 


where she 


stadt on 


died on 


7/28/1942 


4/27/1944] 


- to Auschwitz 




on 5/15/1944] 




To 


'age 765 



729 



THE HERZ FAMILY #1 FROM SCHWEINHEIM 
DESCENDANTS OF JOSEPH AND GUDULA (LEIB MARX) HER2 

CHILDREN QF EOUAR P AN P BERT A (HE R Z) HERZ 



FROM PAGE 729 



From 

Page_ 

729 



To 

-Page 

737 



KARL 



BILLA 
KAPPEL 



HERZ 



DANIEL 
(Gedilah) 



PAULINE 
"Una" 
HERZ 



MEYE R 



B.1/21/1879 
Flamersheim 
D.Holocaust 
[Deported to 
Theresienstadt 
in 1942] 



B.I 2/9/1 880 

Koln 
D.Holocaust 
[Deported to 
Theresienstadt 
in 1942] 



B. 



D.Holocaust 



B.9/19/1881 
Flamersheim 
D.Holocaust 



[Lived at 49 Luxembourger StraSe, Koln] 




To Page 733 



B.3/1 1/1907 
Spangenberg 

D.7/13/1970 
Jerusalem 

Occ.Owner of a 
Gift Shop 



1 






KURT 


HERZ 


HILDE 
LOHN 



B.1 2/29/1 907 

Koln 
D.1 1/25/1985 

Jerusalem 



B.7/1 1/1909 

Koln 
D.7/22/1972 

Sao Paolo, 

Brazil 



B.9/28/1908 

D.5/3/1978 
Sao Paolo, 
Brazil 



REUBEN 



SHARON 
STANICK 



.SYISQ HN 



B.12/16/1935 
Jerusalem 



URIEL 



- SHULAMIT 
BROSA 



LEVISOHN 



B.9/22/1940 
USA 



B.10/14/1938 
Jerusalem 



To Page 731 



B.1/16/1939 
Moza,lsrael 



To Page 732 



730 



T H E HERZ FAMILY #1 FRO M SCHWEINHEIM 

DESCENDANTS OF JOSEPH AND GUDULA (LEIB MARX) HER2 

CHILDREN OF REUPEN ANP SHARON (STANICK) LEVISOHN 



FROM PAGE 730 



KAREN 
LEVISOHN 



RONA 
LEVISOHN 



SHIRLEY 
LEVISOHN 



B.I 0/1 2/1 967 
USA 



B.5/9/1969 

USA 



B.8/19/1974 
Tel Aviv 



731 



THE H ERZ FA MILY #1 F RO M S CHWEI N H EIM 

DESCENDANTS OF JOSEPH AND CUPULA (LEIB MARX1 HERZ 

CHILDREN OF URIEL AND SHULAMIT fBROSA^ LEVISOHN 



FROM PAGE 730 



JEFIAH LEVI 

"Effi" 

(Yitzchak) 

LEVISOHN 


JAEL BILHA 
LEVISOHN 


ROI 

LEVISOHN 



TAMAR FRIEDA 
LEVISOHN 



B.5/17/1965 
Jerusalem 



B.12/27/1968 B.1 2/14/1970 
Jerusalem Jerusalem 



B.1 0/1 9/1 972 
Jerusalem 



732 



THE HERZ FAMILY #1 FROM SCHWE1NHEIM 

DESCENDANTS OF JOSEPH AND GUDULA fLEIB MARX) HERZ 

CHILDREN OF DANIEL AND PAULINE (HERZ) MEYER 



FROM PAGE 730 



From 

Pages 

758,759 



fAiso on Paae 759)\ 



ERNST 

(Ephraim ben 

Gedilah) 



HILDE 
SPERBER 

B.9/3/1907 

Flame rsheim 
D.8/1 5/2000 

(Divorced in China) 



Page 
759 



ANNE 
JAECKEL 



B. 



ROSE 

LOEWENGRUND 



MEYER 



MAX 

(Moshe ben 

Gedilah) 

MEYER 



B.12/13/1911 

Opladen 
D.5/6/1968 

Stockton,CA 



B.5/6/1925 



B.T1/1/1913 

Opiaden 
D.2/15/1993 

Stockton,CA 
[He lost both of 
his legs in an 
accident in 
Germany] 



To Page 735 



MORRIS - PAULETTE 
(Moshe) MEYER 

(Divorced- 1978) 
NEUSTAQT 



MARK 



ALBERT - LISELOTTE 
"Lotte" 
ARONGE 
MDIE 



B.2/23/1917 

Opladen 
D.Holocaust 
[Deported to 
Lodz- 1941 ] 



B.12/5/1920 

Koln 
D.Holocaust 
[Deported to 
Lodz-1941] 




B.2/20/1940 

Koln 
D.Holocaust 



LYNN 
MEYER 



P IQ TN1 C K 



B.2/4/1942 B.5/14/1948 



B. 



B.12/7/1950 



To Page 734 



733 



THE HERZ FAMILY #1 FROM SCHWEINHEIM 

DESCENDANTS OF JOSEPH AND GUDULA (LE1B MARX^ HERZ 

CHUPREN QF MORRIS ANP PAULETTE (MEYER) NEUSTAPT 



FROM PAGE 733 




DANIEL 

(Gedilah ben 

Moshe) 

NEUSTAP T 



B.I 0/25/1 968 



B.1/31/1973 



734 



THE HERZ FAMILY #1 FROM SCHWEINHEIM 

DESCENDANTS QF JOSEPH AND GUDULA fLEIB MARX^ HERZ 

CHILDREN QF ERNST ANP ROSE flOEWENGRUNP) MEYER 



FROM PAGE 733 




JOHN 



ESTHER 
MEYER 



B.1 1/13/1948 B.12/25/19 



QQlftB 



B.2/8/19... 



B.3/30/19. 



To Page 736 




CHRIS 



RUTH 
MEYER 



SANgQRN 



B. 



B.6/9/19. 



B.6/ /1 9... 



B.5/ /19... 



735 



THE HERZ FAMILY #1 FROM SCHWEINHEIM 

DESCENDANTS OF JOSEPH AND CUPULA (LEIB MARX) HERZ 

CHILDREN QF JQHN ANP ESTHER (M EYER) SQLAB 



FROM PAGE 735 





B.3/25/1973 



B.2/28/1978 



736 



THE HERZ FAMILY #1 FROM SCHWEINHBM 

DESCENDANTS OF JOSEPH AND GUDULA fLElB MARX> HERZ 

CHILDREN OF EDUARD AND BERTA (- HERZY HERZ 

FROM PAGE 729 



(Zuloich) 








LEOPOLD - SARA 




SALOMON - 


KAUFMANN 






COH 


EN 




SALOMON 


B.I 772-73 


B.I 775-76 




B. 


B. 


Lechenich 
D.6/30/1821 


Ziilpich Opiaden 
D.9/26/1832 D. 


D. 


Ziilpich 
Occ.Butcher 


Ziilpich 


Opiaden 






i 









MOSES - VERONIKA 

COHEN 
SALOMON 



B.1806 

Opiaden 
D. 11/15/1856 

Optaden 



B.1 1/13/1817 

ZQIpich 
D.11/1 2/1855 
Opiaden 



5 children: 

•Sabine Salomon Baum 

•Sophie Salomon Levy 

(2/21/1847-6/12/1930) 
•Mandel Salomon 
•Siegmund Salomon 

(Butcher) 
•Leopold Salomon 




B> 1/8/1 808 

Opiaden 
D.9/19/1891 

Opiaden 



B. 



D. 



ISAAC* - EVA* 
MET2GER 
SALOMON 


B. 

Weisdorf 
D.1916 

Opiaden 


B.8/22/1850 
Lautershaven 

D.8/ /1 934 
Opiaden 




EMMA 
SALOMON 



HER? 



* = Isaac and Eva 
were cousins 



B.12/14/1883 


B.4/14/1883 


B.4/14/1883 


B.4/28/1888 


Opiaden 


Ftamersheim 


Flamersheim 


Opiaden 


D.Holocaust 


D.Holocaust 


D.Holocaust 


D.Holocaust 


[Deported to 


[Deported to 






Lodz] 


Lodz] 






To Page 738 


To Pa 


ge738 



737 



THE HERZ -FAMILY -#1 FROM SCHWEINHEIM 

DESCENDANTS OF JOSEPH AND CUPULA (LEIB MARX) HER2 

CHILDREN OF SIEGMUND AND SOPHIE (HERZY SALOMON 



ROBERT 



8ERTA 
SALOMON 



WEBER 



B. 



B.5/2/1912 
Opladen 
D. D.1/30/1942 

Shanghai,China Shanghai, China 
Occ.Engtistr 
agent 



FROM PAGE 737 



From 
Page 
594 
I 



(Also on Paae 59k) 



MAX 



ELSE 

SALOMON 



HAIMAN 



B.10/14/1909 

Koln 
D.6/6/1980 

Southfield.MI 



B.4/1 1/1914 
Opladen 



To Page 594 



GUNTHER 



SALOMON 



B.1 0/20/1 927 

Opladen 
D.Holocaust 

[Deported to 

Lodz] 



NOTE : Emil and Sophie Herz were twin brother-sister. Siegmund and Emma Salomon 

were brother-sister. 

CHILDREN OF EMIL AND EMMA ( SALOMON) HERZ 

FROM PAGE 737 



MAX 



ERNA 
HERZ 



HEBZB£KL 



B.7/26/1907 

D.1 1/20/1970 
Haifa, Israel 



B.9/13/1913 
Flamersheim 

D. 
Haifa, Israel 



To Page 739 



HERBERT - BRURIA 
BECKER 

HERZ 


B.9/2/1916 

Flamersheim 
D.9/19/1972 

Israel 
(car accident) 


B. 

D.9/2/1972 
Israel 

(car accident) 




B.10/15/1923 



B.4/16/1925 
Flamersheim 



To Page 741 



[Live in Doar Na Oshrat, 
Bustan Hagalil, Israel] 



To Page 742 



738 



THE HERZ FAMILY #1 FROM SCHWEINHEIM 

DESCENDANTS OF JOSEPH AND GUDULA (LE1B MARX) HERZ 

CHI LD R EN OF MAX AN D ERN A (HERZ ) H ERZBE RG 



FROM PAGE 738 



URI - DORIT 

ZAMERET 
B.8/30/1942 



LEA 
AMIR 



HERZBERG> 
ARPEl* 



B.3/4/1 940 B.I 0/20/1 947 



ROTEM 
ARBEL 



DAN - ZIPORA 
HOFFMANN 
HERZ8ERG> 
MEEL! 



B.7/30/1946 



B.8/12/1951 



To Page 740 



CHAMUTAL 
ARBEL 



ASSAF 



ARgEl 



B.6/7/1964 B.3/15/1966 B.4/4/1974 



ALON 



ARBEL 



B.5/14/1975 



* =Name changed 



739 



THE HERZ FAMILY #1 FROM SCHWEINHEIM 

DESCENDANTS OF JOSEPH AND GUDULA fLEIB MARX) HERZ 

CHILDREN OF DAN AND ZIPORA (HOFFMANN) HERZBERG->ARBEL 



FROM PAGE 739 







1 






DALrr 

ARBEL 




SHANI 
ARBEL 




MIRIT 
ARBEL 



B.5/13/1969 



B.5/31/1970 



B/l/17/1977 



740 



THE HERZ FAMILY #1 FROM SCHWEINHEIM 

DESCENDANTS OF JOSEPH AND GUDULA (LEIB MARX) HERZ 

CHILDREN OF HERBERT ANP BRURIA (PECKER) HER Z 



FROM PAGE 738 



AMNION 



MIRIAM 
BERGER 



JJEB£ 



B.1 1/28/1946 



B.6/14/1949 




MICHAEL 



■mmBammm 



B.1 1/8/1954 



RONNI 



ilEBZ. 



DAN 



JjEBL 



ILAN 



JHEBL 



KEREN 
HERZ 



B.5/29/1972 



B.10/31/1975 



B.2/12/1979 



B.1/11/1979 



741 



THE HERZ FAMILY #1 FROM SCHWE1NHEIM 

DESCENDANT S OF JOS EP H ANP GUPUIA O-E I B MAR X) H ERZ 
CHILDREN OF SALOMON A ND LQTTE (HER?) DAVIP 



FROM PAGE 738 



SHMUEL 



CHEDWA 
SILBERSCHITZ 



PAV|P 



YIT2CHAK 



ESTHER 
DAVID 



B.1 1/1 1/1946 



DIAMAND 



B.I 2/2/1 948 



B. 




B.2/13/1949 B.1/13/1962 



HADAS 
DAVID 



NETTA 
DAVID 



ERAN 



DIAMAND 



B.9/7/1972 



B.1/2/1975 B.6/1/1972 



ITAI 



DIAMAND 



B.I 0/14/1 974 



742 



THE HERZ FAMILY #1 FROM SCHWEINHEIM 
DESCENDANTS OF JOSEPH AND GUDULA (LEIB MARX) HERZ 
CHILDREN OF MEYER AND HENRIETTE (MI CHEL HIRTZ) HFR7 



FROM PAGE 705 



SALOMON 


- PAULINE 




HERZ 


RUHR 


B.I 836 


B.I 837 




Schweinheim 


D.1911 


a 1932 


Kall-Eifel 


Euskirchen 


oo1867 




Kuchenheim 




Occ.Butcher 





To 

.Page 

757 



Ellas Andreas from Stolberg near Aachen was the first of the 
Ruhr family. He was born in 1725. In 1749 he was still living 
in Stolberg under the Barons Beissel Von Gymnich of 
Schmidtheim (Eifel). He died in Kail (Eifel) in 1807. Ellas' 
brothers, Michel Andreas and David Andreas, lived in 
-Stolberg in 1747 and 1767 respectively. Their father's name 
must have been Andreas. 




B.2/21/1883 

Kall-Eifel 
D.9/21/1951 

Huan Cavelica, 

Peru 
Occ. Veterinarian 



B.1/12/1884 
Arnstein 

D.6/21/1958 
Huancayo, 
Peru 







I 


DR.HANS 


- 


EVA 


(M.D.) 


RUHR 


MULLER 



B.5/18/1910 

Koin 
D. 1/21/1 965 

Lima,Peru 
Occ.Phystcian 



B.3/21/1929 
Schmalkalden 



SALOMON 



- BERTA 
LUENBURGER 
5IEGE I 



B. 



D. 



B. 



D. 



To 
J^age 
748 



To Page 658 




WERNER 



JUDTA 
MULLER 



RU 



HR 



B.12/12/1918 

Koln 
D.6/2/1986 

Huancayo,Peru 



To Page 744 



To 

_Page 

747 



B.5/14/1928 
Schmalkalden 

D.11/1 3/1985 
Huancayo.Peru 



To Page 746 



743 



THE HERZ FAMILY #1 FROM SCHWFINHFIM 

DESCENDANTS OF JOSEPH AND GUDULA fLEIB MARX^ HFR7 

C HILDREN OF DR. HANS AND EVA fMULLERl RUHR 



FROM PAGE 743 



ROBERTO 




B.4/1 1/1954 
Huafrcayo.Peru 



B.1955 
Huaficayo.Peru 



Huancayo.Peru 



744 



THE HERZ FAMILY #1 FROM SCHWEINHFIM 

DESCENDANTS OF JOSEPH AND CUPULA (LEIB MARX^ HERZ 

CHILDREN OF DR. HANS AND EVA ( MULLER^ RUHR 



FROM PAGE 743 



From 
Page 












744 












MARIO 


RUHR 




MIGUEL 

RUHR 



B. 



B. 



Huancayo,Peru 



Huarrcayo,Peru 



745 



THE HERZ FAMILY #1 FROM SCHWEINHEIM 

DESCENDANTS OF JOSEPH AND CUPULA (LEIB MARX^ HERZ 

CHILDREN OF WERNER AND JUDTA (MULLER^ RUHR 



FROM PAGE 743 



(Peru) 


1 


JORGE - MARGOTH 
RUHR 

QSQW 



{Hamburg) 



MANFRED 



DEBORAH 
RUHR 



B. 



S CHUUE 



B.7/1/1951 
Huancayo,Peru 

D.10/28/1993 
Valencia,Spain 



B. 



B.2/21/1956 
Huancayo r Peru 



(Peru) 



GABRIEL 
CHISTIK 



GISELA 
RUHR 



B. 



(Pivorcec)) 



B. 



B.2/25/1961 
Huancayo.Peru 



8. 



CLAUDIA 
OSORIO 



1 



MARCO 
ANDRES 



QSQRK? 



MAYKE 
SCHULZE 



OANtELA 
SCHULZE 



B.7/5/1973 B.1976 
Lima.Peru Lima,Peru 



B.1/17/1981 
Hamburg 



B. 



746 



THE HERZ FAMILY #1 FROM SCHWEINHEIM 

DESCENDANTS OF JOSEPH AND CUPULA (LEIB MARX^ HERZ 

CHILDREN OF DR. LEOPOLD AND GISELA fSIEGEL^ RUHR 



FROM PAGE 743 



From 

Page_ 

743 



ARTHUR 



HELLA 
RUHR 



QR ZSl 



B.2/1/1917 
Basef,Switz. 

D.3/19/1999 
Forest Hills.NY 

Occ.Finance 



B.1/22/1920 

Kdln 
D. 1/1/2005 

Forest Hills,NY 



[adopted] 









1 










STEVEN 


LYNNE 
ORZEL 








POP 


PER 








B.9/18/1956 
New Hyde Park,NY 


B.l/5/1960 
Syros, Greece 






«3/12/1989 
Forest Hilis,NY 








Occ.Distribution 
Specialist 


Occ.Biology Teacher 








i 

I 


—Twins 


1 

\ 










ADAM 




DEBORAH 




HANNAH 


POPPER 




POPPER 






POPPER 



B.3/5/1991 
New York 



B.3/5/1991 
New York 



B.4/5/1994 
New Hyde Park,NY 



747 



THE HERZ FAMILY #1 FROM SCHWE1NHEIM 

DESCENDANTS OF JOSEPH AND GUDULA (LEIB MARX) HERZ 

CHILDREN OF SALOMON AND PAULINE (HERZ) RUHR 

FROM PAGE 743 



HEYUM 
(Chaim) 



ISMK 



B. 
D.T8.... 



B. 
D.T8., 



l(Meudt.WestwsM} 



SEL1GMANN- ESTHER 
LOEB 



B.8/27/1834 

Meudt 
D.4/10/1908 

Meudt 
From 

Page 

743 



Eight other children. [One child, Mina Heilberg (1826-1912), 
married Abraham Strauss, a son of Meyer Feist Strauss of 
Selters. see Page 1015.1 



»9/7/1864 

(Esther Loeb's name is also listed as Esther Strauss) 



B. 

Kernel 
D.1931 

Euskirchen 



DR. SALOMON - ROSA 
[M.D.] "Roeschen" 
RUHR 
HEILBERG 



B.1/1 5/1871 

Meudt 
D.3/1 6/1941 

Tilburg,Neth. 
Occ.Physician 
[Buried in Tiiburg] 



B.6/1 5/1876 

Kaii-EifeJ 
D.I /1 7/1 964 

Forest Hiils,NY 



Three other children, including isaak Heiiberg (1 842-1934). 
Isaak was married to Bertha Lowenstein) (1 842-1 927) 
and one of their daughters was Eva Heilberg (1875-1954), 
who was married to Tobias Tobias - see Page 385. Tobias 
and Eva (Heilberg) Tobias were the grandparents of Dr. 
Theodore Kurt Tobias of Englewood, NJ, an obstetrician- 
gynecologist who has contributed information to this book. 
Dr. Tobias was born in Bonn on September 22,1936. He 
married Ruth Goldman (born on June 12, 1940 in Miiano, 
Italy) on August 14, 1 960. Dr. Tobias parents were Leo 
Tobias (3/l/1904/Anhausen-7/20/l984/Goshen,NY) and 
Ruth Aron Tobias (1 1/30/1903/Puderbach-8/27/1994/ 
Qreat Neck,NY), 



DR. LEOPOLD - CHARLOTTE 
LIONEL* [LISELOTTE] 

(J.D.) WIENER 

HEILBERG> 

HIILBURN* 



B.5/30/1904 B.5/13/1921 

Euskirchen Gleiwitz 

D.10/22/1983 
Koln [while on a trip] 

col/30/1944 
London 

Occ.Attorney 

[Went tram Euskirchen to Cuba to U.S.; 

[* = Name change 

by British army 

decree-1943] 

To Page 749 



CHARLES - ANNEMARiE 
LEVI 

HEILBERG 



To 
_Page 



ALFRED - 



LOTTE 
MOSES 



HEILBERG 



B.2/17/1906 

Euskirchen 
D.6/27/1985 

Forest Hilis,NY 



B.9/3/1912 B.4/2/1909 

Heidelberg Euskirchen 

D.6/9/1981 D.8/ /1974 

Forest Hiiis.NY Hoilywood,FL 



[Went from Euskirchen to Cuba to 
the U.S.] 



To Page 751 



B.I 1/12/1913 

Koln 
D.3/8/2001 

HoNywood,FL 



[Went from Wesseitng to the U.S.] 



To Page 752 



748 



THE HERZ FAMILY #1 FROM SCHWEINHEIM 
DESCENDANTS OF JOSEPH AND CUPULA fLEIB MARX) HERZ 
CHILDREN OF TLEOPOLDl LIONEL AND CHARLOTTE fWIENER^ 

fHEILgERGI HILLBURN 

FROM PAGE 748 



MICHAEL 



- SANDRA 

"Sandy" 
SCHECHNER 

B.I 1/24/1946 
New York 

»1/17/1970 



JUL 



- MARY ELLEN 

PRATT 

J3USN 



B.10/3/1945 
South Shields, 
New Castle, 
England 



B,1 0/1 2/1 949 
Englewood,NJ 



«>6/29/1985 
Montvale.NJ 
Occ.Accountant Occ.Human Resources) 
Manager 



DAVID 



MIRIAM 
GLUSKIN 



HILLBURN 



B.2/27/1950 
Sunderland, 
England 



-2/16/1991 
Redondo Beach, 

CA 
Occ.Marketing 
Research 



B. 10/4/1 951 
Los Angeles, 
CA 



Occ. Senior Manager, 
Raytheon Co. 



To Page 750 



BRIAN 



HILLBURN 



TERENCE 



LAUREN 
HILLBURN 



LINK 



KAREN BETH 
HILLBURN 



KEVIN 



HIU-BURN 



B.3/31/1971 
New York 



B.3/1/1973 b.3/18/1973 



Occ.Financial 
firm executive 



Akron,0H 




New York 


oo12/1/2001 




Occ. Attorney 


Occ.Attorney 


GRANT 




COLIN 


LINK 




LINK 



B.I 0/1 2/1 977 
New York 



B.7/15/1989 
New York 

Occ.Student 



Occ. Manager of 
a large events/ 
catering firm 



B.8/31/2002 B.3/25/2005 
Akron, OH Cleveland,OH 



749 



THE HERZ FAMILY #1 FROM SCHWFINHF1M 

DESCENDANTS OF JOSEPH AND CUPULA (LE1B MARX^ HERZ 

CHILDREN OF DAVID AND MIRIAM fGLUSKIN) HILLBURN 



FROM PAGE 749 



DEBORAH LEAH 



HILLBURN 



DANIEL 



HILLBURN 



B.I 2/1 9/1 991 
Los Ange1es,CA 



B.3/1 8/1993 
Los Angeles ,CA 



Occ.Student 



Occ.Student 



750 



THE HERZ FAMILY #1 FROM SCHWEINHEIM 

DESCENDANTS OF JOSEPH AND CUPULA fLEIB MARX^ HERZ 

CHILDREN OF CHARLES AND ANNEMARIE fLEVH HEILBERfi 



FROM PAGE 748 



JEAN CLAUDE - 



ANNIE 
PRZYBULSKi 



HEILBERG 



B.I 2/2/1 936 

Antwerp, Belgium 
D.11/1 5/2002 

Puerto Rico 



OccXoffee 
Commodities 



B.2/5/1941 
Li£ge, Belgium 



MICHAEL JAY - DR. ELIZABETTE 
HEILBERG 
(D.V.M.) 

CQH£N 



BJ 0/3/1 960 
BrooklyrvNY 



<*>5/ /1993 

New York 
Occ. 



B.9/21/1962 
Flushing,NY 



Occ. Veterinarian 



JAKE DANIEL 



COHEN 



JAMIE ALLISON 



COHEN 



B.12/31/1993 B.2/7/1995 




B.8/6/1947 
Havana,Cuba 

Occ.Teacher 



PHILIPPE 



AMY 
SEGAL 



HEttBETO 



B.1/18/1965 

Flushing,NY 



»4/ /1995 

New York 
Occ. Financier 



B.2/17/1965 
New York 



ROBERT CHARLES 



HEILBERG 



JAMES ASHER 



HEIL BERG 



New York 



New York 



B.9/7/1997 
New York 



B.4/20/2000 
New York 



Occ.Student 



Occ.Student 



Occ.Student 



751 



THE HERZ FAMILY #1 FROM SCHWEINIHE1M 

DESCENDANTS OF JOSEPH AND CUPULA (LEIB MARX) HERZ 

SON OF ALFRED AND LOTTE (MOSES) HEILBERG 



FROM PAGE 748 



LOUIS - SHARON 
"Sherry" 



HEILBERG 



B. 



B. 



Occ.Teacher Occ.Teacher 



752 



THE HERZ FAMIL Y #1 FROM SCHWEINHEIM 

DESCENDANTS OF JOSEPH AND CUPULA (LE1B MARX) HERZ 

CHILDREN OF DR. SALOMON AND ROSA (RUHR) HE1LBERG 



FROM PAGE 748 



JACOB 



REBECCA 



LUKES 




MARTHA 
HEILBERG 



UJKES 



B.3/30/1911 
Euskirchen 

D.1 2/8/2001 
Yorktown,VA 



B.11/25/1917 

Newcastle-on-Tyne,Eng 
D.2/ /1986 

Newport News,VA 



[Euskirchen to Cuba to the U.S.] 



B.5/9/1912 

Newcastte-on-Tyne, Eng 
D.1 1/22/2004 

Neweastie-on-Tyne.Eng 
Occ. Account ant, 
National Production 
Manager at Great 
Universal Stores 

To Page 



B.7/15/1915 

Euskirchen 
D.I 2/2/1 989 

Newcastle-on-Tyne,Eng 



755 



DONALD J. - SUSAN JANE 
HEILBERG 

PRIVETT 




B.10/10/1952 
,VA 



« 10/ / 

New York 
Oec. 



B.3/18/1945 
Manchester, Eng 



B.7/1 1/1948 
Manchester, Eng 



Occ.Critical 
Care Nurse 

To Page 754 



B.3/19/1959 
New York 



753 



THE HER2 FAMILY #1 FROM SCHWFINHFIM 

DESCENDANTS OF JOSEPH AND GUDULA (LEIB MARX^ HER? 

CHILDREN OF JONATHAN AND SYLVIA fBOANl HEILBFRfi 



FROM PAGE 753 



(adop^O*) 



JESSICA 
HEILBERG 




8.9/25/1983 
New York 



B.8/9/1988 
South Korea 



Occ.Student 



Occ.Student 



754 



THE HERZ FAMILY #1 FROM SCHWF1NHRM 

DESCENDANTS OF JOSEPH AND CUPULA (LEIB MARX^ HERZ 

CHILDREN OF STANLEY AND MARTHA (HEILBERG) LUKES 



FROM PAGE 753 



DR. STEVEN -JACQUELINE ROWENA 



(Ph.D.) 
oo1964 
London 



RAPHAEL 
B.1943-NewYork 
OGc.Uhiversitv Lecturer 
- NINA VERA MARY 
STANGER 
LUKES 



JMInL 



BENZION 



SALLY ANN 
LUKES 



WEBE R 



B..3/8/1941 
Newcastle-on-Tyne 



Occ. Professor of 
Sociology at 
New York Univ. 



B..8/6/1943 

Bromley,Kent,Eng. 
D.1999 

Florence,ltaly 
Occ.Barrister-at-Law 



DANIEL NICHOLAS 
TIMOTHY 

U JK E S 



B.1 2/23/1 947 
BerHn 



oo7/19/l981 

London 
Occ. Managing 

Director of Koin 

Synagogue 

To Page 755A 



B.3/21/1950 
Newcastle-on-Tyne, Eng. 



MICHAEL JONATHAN 
ANfTHONY 

LUKES 



ALEXANDRA CATHERINE 

ISABELLA 

LUKES 



B.3/21/1977 
Oxford, Eng. 



B.5/1/1979 
Oxford, Eng. 



6.7/12/1981 
Oxford,Eng. 



Occ.Graduate 
Student-NYU 



Occ.Trainee 
Solicitor 



Occ.Graduate 
Student 



755 



THE HERZ FAMILY #1 FROM SCHWEINHEiM 

DESCENDANTS OF JOSEPH AND GUDULA (LEIB MARX) HER? 

CHILDREN OF BENZION AND SALLY ANNE (LUKES) WIEBER 

FROM PAGE 755 



LEA ROSALIND 
WIEBER 



ROBERT GEORGE 
SOLOMON 

WIEBER 



DEBORAH HELLA 
WIEBER 



B.8/27/1982 



B.5/17/1984 
Koln 



B.8/21/1986 
Koln 



Occ.Student in 
Dusseldorf 



Occ.Student in 

Koln 



Occ.Student in 
Koln 



755A 



THE HERZ FAMILY #1 FROM SCHWEINHFIM 

DESCENDANTS OF JOSEPH AND GUDULA f LEIB MARX^ HERZ 

CHILDREN OF DR. SALOMON AND ROSA fRUHR^ HEILBERG 

FROM PAGE 748 



From 
Page. 
753 



ERNST - HILDEGARDE 
SIPPEL 

HfllBERQ 



B.9/5/1917 
Euskirchen 

D.6/24/1969 
Sheffield, 
England 



Occ.Cutlery 
Manufacturer 



B.7/5/1923 
Halver, 
North Westphalia 



STEVE 
McMAHON 

B.3/12/1955 
Hong Kong 

Occ.Math 
Teacher 

Piygrced) 

PAUL 
WHrTLEY 



SANDRA 
HEILBERG 



BENNO 



JACQUELINE 
HEILBERG 



AFFQLTER 



B.5/7/1954 
Luzerne,Switz. 



Occ. 



B. 



B.4/27/1954 
Sheffield, 
England 



Occ.TESOL Teacher 



B.2/10/1956 
Sheffield.England 



Occ.TESOL Teacher 




UVURA 



AFFQLTER 



B.9/1 5/1 985 B.7/3 1 /l 987 B.5/3/1 990 
Luzerne,Switz. Stans,Switz. Lenzburg.Switz. 



Occ.Student 



Occ.Student 



Occ.Student 



756 



THE HERZ FAMILY #1 FROM SCHWEINHEIM 
DESCENDANTS OF JOSEPH AND CUPULA fLEIB MARX) HERZ 
CHILDREN OF MEYER AND HENRIETTE fMI CHEL H1RTZ) HERZ 



FROM PAGE 705 



From 

Page_ 

743 



From 
Page 
235 



From 
Page 
235 



ik 



(Also on Paae 430)\ 



HERMANN 
(Chaim) 



CAROLA 

"Billa" 
((Carolina) 

HERZ 

B.5/20/1838 

Schweinheim 
D.5/7/1867 

Burgbrohl 

(Pox epidemic) 
coll/16/1865 

Kuchenheim 



ROSA / 

STEINBERG [\ 
FR IESE M 



B.6/15/1826 

Burgbrohl 
D.I 2/3/1 900 

Burgbrohl 
(fell off a horse 
and was kicked 
by it) 



B.1/26/1851 
Oberbreisig 

D.10/8/1916 
Burgbrohl 

(lung infection) 



(Munstereifel) 



ISIDOR 



HELENA 
"Lea" 
HERZ 



DAVIP 



To 

Page 

758 



HENRIETTE 
"Yettschen" 

h erz 



B. 



D. 



B.I 840 

Schweinheim 
D.1922 

Kall-Eifel 
[Buried in 
Munstereifel] 



B.I 840 

Schweinheim 
D. 



[Lived in Flamersheim 
and Munstereifel] 



JOHANNA 
DAVID 



B. 
D.Holocaust 



To Page 432 

To Page 432 



757 



THE HERZ FAMILY #1 FROM SCHWEINHFIM 
DESCENDANTS OF JOSEPH AND GUDULA fLEIB MARX^ HERZ 
CHILDREN OF MEYER AND HENRIETTE (MICHEL HIRTZ^ HERZ 



FROM PAGE 705 



From 

Page_ 

757 



SALOMON 
HERZ 

B.1841 

Schweinheim 
D.1872 

Flamersheim 

(killed by a horse) 
ool867 

Qcc.Horse dealer 



- SIBILLA 

"Billa" 
ROER 



HERMANN 
WEBER 



To 

-Page 

765 



B. 



D, 



B.1840 

Vettweiss 
D. 

Sindorf Sindorf 

[He may he the same 
Hermann Weber as 
the one on Page 670 J 



JMdL 



PHILLIP 



ROSA 
HERZ 



SPERBER 



B.2/2/1872 

Spich 
D.Hoiocaust 
[Deported to 

Riaa-1941 



To 
_Page 
761 



B.l 0/1 0/1 868 
Flamersheim 
D.Hoiocaust 
[Deported to 



JAKOB 



SPERgER 



B.1900 

Koln 
D.1916 

Koln 
(died from a knee injury) 

* -Albert Sperber was deported from 
Brussels to Malines,Antwerp in late 
l942-earlyl943, according to testimony 
given by his wife on 2/20/1985. She 
gave his birthdate as 4/15/1911. 



ALBERT 



PIERA 
[PIROSKA] 
WEISS 
SPERPEjR 



(Aachen) 




To 

.Page 

759 



B.4/15/1903 
Koln 

D.Hoiocaust 

* 



B. 



(Brussels) 



FRANCINE 
SPERBER 



B.1898 B.4/5/1904 
Koln Koln 

D.Hoiocaust D.Hoiocaust 
[Deported [Deported 
to Lodz] to Lodz] 



B. 



758 



THE HERZ FAMILY #1 FROM SCHWEINHEIM 

DESCENDANTS OF JOSEPH AND GUDULA (LEIB MARX^ HERZ 

CHILDREN OF PHILLIP AND ROSA (HERZ) SPERBER 

FROM PAGE 758 



From 
758 



(Also on Paae 733)\ 



ERNST 
(Ephraim ben 
Gedilah) 
MEYER 
B.12/1 3/191 1 

Opladen 
D.5/6/1968 
Stockton,CA 
(Pivorceq') 



HILDE 
SPERBER 



CURT 
UEVBQN 



ERNA 



SPEftPEB 



B.5/3/1915 

Koln 
D.Holocaust 

1942? 
[Deported to 
Riga-1941] 



B.l 2/29/1 904 

Berlin 
D.1 0/5/1 980 

Southfield.Mi 
Occ.Bookkkeeper 



B.9/3/1907 

Koln 
D.8/1 5/2000 



DENNY 



SPERBER 



(karmingtQn Wll$M) 



MORRIS 



PATRICIA 
WILLIAMS 



. EYE S QN 



B.6/6/1940 

Koln 
D.Holocaust 
[Deported to 
Riga-1941] 



B.6/9/1950 
Highland Park,Mi 



oo5/21/l971 
Livonia, Ml 

Occ.Financial 
Advisor 



B.6/12/1949 
Livonia, Ml 



Occ.Homemaker 



DENNIS 



HEIDI 
LEVESON 



PQNALPSQN 



B.6/21/1972 
Tayior.MI 



«8/15/1993 

Farmington,MI 
Occ. 



BRANDON 



ERIN 
WILSON 



-EYESQN 




B.8/4/1972 
Detroit, Ml 



B.7/15/1974 
Livonia, Ml 



B.4/24/1977 
Clemens, Ml 



B.5/12/1983 
Southfield,MI 



oo5/29/1999 
Grosse Pointe,MI 
Occ.Homemaker Occ.Advertising 
Designer 
To Page 760 



Occ.Retail Sales 



759 



THE HERZ FAMILY #1 FROM SCHWFINHFIM 

DESCENDANTS OF JOSEPH AND CUPULA (LEIB MARX^ HFRZ 

CHILDREN OF DENNIS AND HEIDI (LEVESON) DONALDSON 



FROM PAGE 759 



COURTNEY 



DONALDSON 




B.7/23/1995 
Commerce,MI 



B.7/1/1998 
Naples,FL 



Occ. Student 



Occ.Student 



760 



THE HERZ FAMIL Y #1 FROM SCHWEINHEIM 

DESCENDANTS OF JOSEPH AND CUPULA fLEIB MARX) HERZ 

CHILDREN OF SALOMON AND SIBILLA (ROER) HERZ 

FROM PAGE 758 



From 

Page_ 

758 



(Sinforf) 



To 

-Page 

763 



MORITZ 



HELENE 
HERZ 



ECKSTEIN 



B.I 0/6/1 873 
D.7/25/1935 
«1902 
Occ. Butcher 



B.10/19/1871 
Flamersheim 

B.5/22/1930 
Horrem 
(now Kerpen) 



HERMANN - 



ECKSTEIN 




B.1/22/1902 B. 
Sindorf 

D. 12/9/ 1970 D. 
CapeTown, 
South Africa 



B.6/6/1904 

Sindorf 
D,Holocaust 




To 

_Page 

762 



B.1/17/1903 B.1/1/1906 

Sindorf 
D.12/24/1974 D.12/27/1987 
Union.NJ lrvington,NJ 



Occ. Butcher 



761 



THE HERZ FAMILY #1 FROM SCHWEINHFIM 

DESCENDANTS OF JOSEPH AND GIIDUI A f LEIB MARX^ HERZ 

CHILDREN OF MORITZ AND HELENE (HFRZ^ ECKSTEIN 



From 

Page_ 

761 



FROM PAGE 758 



CHARLES - ELSE 

ECKSTEIN 

HERSTATT 



B.9/26/1902 

Sindorf 
D.8/2/1993 

Clark,NJ 



B.10/5/1907 

D.1/10/1993 
Colonia,NJ 



GEORGE M. - IRIS 

FRIEDFELD 

HERSTATT 



B.8/18/1942 B.6/29/1944 



«9/23/1967 



MARC ALAN 



ANNA M. 
FATATIS 



HERSTATT 



B.4/26/1969 



"8/14/1994 
Newark and 
W.Orange.NJ 



B.4/26/1969 



ELISSA JO 



HERSTATT 



B.12/1 1/2002 
New Brunswick,NJ 



762 



THE HERZ FAMII Y #1 FROM SCHWEINHEIM 

DESCENDANTS OF JOSEPH AND GUDULA (LEIB MARX1 HERZ 

CHILDREN OF SALOM ON AND SIBILLA (ROER^ HERZ 



FROM PAGE 758 



From 




















Paae 






761 


1 (Lendersdorf) 










MORITZ - SARAH 








FROMM 










HE 


RZ 








1 


3.1869 


B.I 0/1 7/1866 


* 




Flamersheim 


Duren 






D.I 930 


D.Holocaust 






Lendersdorf 


Theresienstadt 






[Buried in 


3/29/1943 






Duren] 


[Parents: Abraham and 






Occ.Butcher 


Karoline (Roer) Fromm] 




To 










Paae 












764 


ALBERT 


HERMANN 


ERNA 


DR. KARL - HELGA 
(M.D.) PINKUS 


FRIEDRICH - MARY 
"Fritz" 


HERZ 


HERZ 


HERZ 






B.l/2 


5/1902 


! B.2/5, 


'1904 


B.C. 19 


00 




HERZ 




HERZ 



Lendersdorf Lendersdorf Lendersdorf B. 7/9/ 1906 B. 6/23/1 921 
D. D. D.1918 Lendersdorf Neisse,Silesia 

Lima, Peru Arantia,Lima, D. 9/5/1 990 

Peru (died from New York 

[Arrested by [Arrested by the flu) Occ.Physician 

Gestapo and Gestapo and [Buried in [Went to 
taken to taken to Duren] Shanghai, 

Buchenwald- Buchenwald- China in 1933. 

11/10/1938] 11/10/1938] Practiced in 

the Bronx,NY] 



B.4/10/1911 B. 

Lendersdorf 
D. 

Lima, Peru 
[Arrested by 
Gestapo and 
taken to 
Buchenwald- 
11/10/1938] 



763 



THE HERZ FAMILY #1 FROM SCHWEINHEIM 

DESCENDANTS OF JOSEPH AND GUDULA (LEIB MARX^ HERZ 

CHILDREN OF MORITZ AND SARAH (FROMM) HERZ 



FROM PAGE 763 



From 

P a 9 e _ 
763 ~ 



HELENE 
HERZ 



KAUFMANN 



B. 

Lendersdorf 
D. Holocaust 



B. 



Lendersdorf 



D. 



[boy] 
KAUFMANN 



B. 
D.Holocaust 



764 



THE HERZ FAMILY #1 FROM SCHWEINHEIM 
DESCENDANTS OF JOSEPH AND CUPULA (LEIB MARX^ HFRZ 
CHILDREN OF MEYER AND HENR1ETTE (MICHEL HIRTZ^ HFR7 



FROM PAGE 705 



From 
Page 
1228 



From 

Page_ 

758 



(Also on Page 122Q) 
I (Berrendorf) 



MARTIN 
(Meyer) 



REGINA 
HERZ 



SIMON 



B.9/1/1837 
Berrendorf 

D.1 2/25/1 928 
Berrendorf 

«1870 



B.3/19/1843 
Schweinheim 

D.2/13/1933 
Berrendorf 



From 
Page 
729 



To 

-Page 

771 




(Also on Pa.ge ?Z9) 



SALOMON - ROSALIE 
"Rosa" 
HERZ 
S1MQN 



8.3/6/1871 
Berrendorf 
D. Holocaust 
Auschwitz 
[Deported from 
Koln to 

Theresienstadt 
on 7/28/1942. 
Deported to 
Auschwitz on 
5/15/1944.1 



B.5/18/1877 
Flamersheim 

D.Holocaust 
Auschwitz 
4/30/1944 

[Deported to 

Theresienstadt 
on 7/28/1 942] 



(Also on Page 987) 



GUSTAV - PAUU\ 
(E/iochum) (Devore bat 
ben Shlomo) Meyer) 
SIMON 
HIRSCH 



To Page 766 



B.3/9/1870 B.1/15/1876 

Polch Berrendorf 

D.7/5/1955 D.1/14/1970 

New York New York 

«»1903 

Polch 
Occ.Cattle 

dealer 
[Served in 
German army 
during World 
War I] 
[Fled from Polch to New York] 

i 

To Page 994 



B.1 1/2/1 877 
Koln-Bickendorf 
D.Holocaust 

Lodz 

12/28/1941 



B.12/29/1878 
Berrendorf 

D.Holocaust 
[Deported to 
Lodz] 



To Page 769 



765 



THE HERZ FAMILY #1 FROM SCHWEINHEIM 

DESCENDANTS OF JOSEPH AND GUDULA (LEiB MARX1 HER? 

CHILDREN OF SALOMON AND ROSALIE fHERZ^ SIMON 



FROM PAGE 765 



ERICH 



- ELFRIEDE 
CHUDZINSKI 



SIMON 




B.9/17/1903 
Berrendorf 
D.Holocaust 
oo8/28/1934 
Esch 



B.12/31/1912 

Gelsenkirchen 
D.8/8/1996 

Elsdorf 
[She was not Jewish 
and she survived the 
Holocaust.] 



B.4/23/1912 
Berrendorf 
D.Holocaust 
[Deported to 
Riga,Latvia] 



MARTIN 



META 
SIMON 



HERZ. 



B.4/9/1906 

Frechen 
D.3/1 2/1977 

Southfield,MI 



B.6/30/1906 
Berrendorf 

D.1/9/1985 
Fort WorthJX 



To Page 768 



MANFRED - IRMGARD 



LAHM 



SIMON 



HORSTOTTO - RITA INGE 
SIMON 



ms. 



JBZOL 



B.6/30/1936 
Elsdorf 



~3/24/1956 
Mansfield,OH 
Occ.Engineer 



B.1 0/26/1 936 
Crvenka, 
Hungary 



B.1 1/8/1933 
Rheydt- 
Siegkreis 



Occ.Saw Mill 
Foreman 



WILFRED KURT - EDITH MARIA 



SIMON 



LASS 



B.1/22/1938 
Elsdorf 



B.6/26/1935 
Grambow, 
Pommern 

D.2/2/1993 



Occ.Government Occ.Automobile 
Administrator Mechanic 



To Page 767 



B.1 2/6/1 940 
Koln 



Occ.Bookkeeper 



To Page 767 



ROGER ERIC 



SIMON 



BRUCE CARL-KIMBERLY JOY 

DENNIS 
SIMON 



B.5/25/1957 
Luxembourg 



Occ.Computer 

Programming 
Specialist 



B.7/6/1960 
Detroit, Ml 



oo5/25/1985 

DallasJX 
Occ.Manager of 

Home Depot 

store in Rose- 

ville,MI 



DAVID PAUL 



SIMON 



ROBERT - GALE ARIANNA 
MANFRED TAULBEE 

mm 



B.8/3/1960 
Houma,LA 



B.8/4/1962 

lzmir,Turkey 
D.I 0/1 4/1 988 



B.2/1 9/1968 
Detroit, Ml 



ooTO/12/1991 
Southfield,MI 

Occ. Partner in 
Excel! Snow 
and Turf Co. 



B.9/24/1968 
Rochester,MI 



Occ.Guidance 
Counsefor-St. 
Clair County 
school system 



BRITTON KARL 
SIMON 



DEVIN BRUCE 
SIMON 



1 



ANDREA JOY 
SIMON 



B.3/17/1989 
Phoenix, AZ 



B.1 0/25/1 990 
Phoenix, AZ 



B.5/7/1996 
Phoenix,AZ 



766 



THE HERZ FAMILY #1 FROM SCHWEINHEIM 

DESCENDANTS OF JOSEPH AND GUDULA (LEIB MARX) HERZ 

DAUGHTER OF HORST OTTO AND RITA (SIMONS MASEIZIK 



FROM PAGE 766 



HERBERT - MARION 
MASEIZIK 



B. 



B. 



DAUGHTER OF W1LFRIEP KURT ANP EP1TH (SIMON) IAS S 

FROM PAGE 766 



AXEL HUBERT- ELVIRA 
LASS 

(Divorced-T/14/1997) 

WgSSENPQRN 



B.9/30/1959 
Flossdorf, 

Linnich 

oo9/18/1980 

Occ. Mining 
Industry 
Mechanic 



B.7/21/1960 
Elsdorf 



Occ. Off ice 
Worker 



NATASCHA 
WEISSENBORN 



B.3/19/1988 
Bergheim 



Occ.Student 
767 



THE HERZ FAMILY #1 FROM SCHWEINHEIM 

DESCENDANTS OF JOSEPH AND CUPULA (LEIB MARX) HERZ 

SON OF MARTIN AND META fSIMOW HERZ 

FROM PAGE 766 



r 



EDGAR 



B. 



(Divorced^ 



- JACQUELINE 
DEMARIS 

idEBZ 



B.7/1/1948 
Detroit, Ml 



B.7/9/T952 
Howell, Mi 



ANDREA DEMARIS 
HERZ 



ELIZABETH META 
HERZ 



B.6/4/1983 
Fort Worth,!* 



B.I 2/28/1985 
Fort WorthJX 



768 



THE HERZ FAMILY #1 FROM SCHWE1NHEIM 

DESCENDAN TS QF JOSEPH ANP SU D ULA (L E IB MARX) HERZ 

CHILDREN OF MAX AND HELENA (SIMONS WALLACH 



FROM PAGE 765 



ERNST 



■ ERIKA 
KUTSCHER 



WALLACH 



B.9/9/1906 B.7/19/1909 
Bickendorf Vienna 

D.2/26/1986 D.l/1/1978 
Queens,NY Queens,NY 





1 


ALFRED - UNA 


WALLACH 


SAX 


B.12/12/1905 


B.10/31/1907 


Aschendorf.Ems 


Bickendorf 


D. Holocaust 


D.Holocaust 


[Deported to 


[Deported to 


Theresienstadt- 


Minsk- 1942] 


l942,Minsk- 




1942] 





ERIC 
(Eliezar) 



GERDA 
ISRAEL 



WALLACH 



B.5/22/1911 
Bickendorf 

D.1/25/1994 
New York 



B.4/8/1914 

Kirchberg,Hunsruck 
D.2/21/2002 

New York 




B.I 0/1 6/1 936 

Aschendorf.Ems 
D.Holocaust 
[Deported to 
Theresienstadt- 

1942,Minsk- 

1942] 



B.1 1/18/1937 

Aschendorf,Ems 
D.Holocaust 
[Deported to 

Theresienstadt- 

1942,Minsk- 

1942] 



769 



THE HERZ FAMILY #1 FROM SCHWEINHEIM 

DESCENDANTS OF JOSEPH AND GUDULA (LEIB MARX^ HERZ 

CHILDREN OF MARTIN AND REGINA THERZ^ SIMON 

FROM PAGE 765 




B.9/19/1885 
Berrendorf 

D.9/10/1914 
World War I 
10thR.I.R. 18 
(bullet in head) 



KARL - SELMA 
SALOMON 

SIMON 


B. 
Berrendorf 

D.1/13/1929 
Berrendorf 
(heart attack) 

oo1920 


B.1 0/20/1 892 

Opladen 
D.Hoiocaust 




B.5/28/1922 
Berrendorf 
D.Hoiocaust 



B.9/13/1929 

Berrendorf 
D.Hoiocaust 

[born eight months 
after her father's 

death] 



770 



THE HERZ FAMILY #1 FROM SCHWE1NHEIM 
DESCENDANTS OF JOSEPH AND GUDULA (LEIB M A RX) HERZ 
CHILDREN OF MEYER AND HENRIETTE (MICHEL HIRTZ1 HERZ 

FROM PAGE 705 



MOSES - 
(Moshe) 
HEYMANN 



B. 



D. 



B. 



D. 



From 
Page 
704 



From 

Page_ 

765 



[Buried in 
Ahrweiler] 



(aj$Q on P$g$ 7Z9) 



EDUARD 



BERTA 
HERZ 



HERZ 



B.8/19/1843 
Flamersheim 

D.1910 
Flamersheim 

«U/29/1870 

Occ.Dealer 



B.2/25/1845 
Schweinheim 
D.1910 
Flamersheim 



To Page 729 



LEOPOLD 

(Leib) 
(Jehudah) 



MINNA 
HEYMANN 



HER? 



B.I 849 

Schweinheim 
D. 

Flamersheim 



Occ. Horse 
dealer 



B.3/5/1848 
Dernau/Ahr 

D.9/4/1927 
Flamersheim 



To 
.Page 
~772 



JOSEPH - 

(Yosef ben 

Moshe) 
HEYMANN 



MARIANNE 
SIMON 



B.4/1/1839 
Dernau/Ahr 

D.5/20/1912 
Ahrweiler 



B.5/28/1849 



D.1/19/1933 



To Page 773 



DR. MORITZ - IRMA 


(D.V.M.) MANNHEIMER 


HERZ 


B.2/3/1882 


B.5/8/1891 


Flamersheim 


Aub/Main 


D.Holocaust 


D.Holocaust 


Occ.Veterinarian 





JOSEPH - JOHANNA 



JML 



B.4/1/1885 B. 

Flamersheim Schweig 

D.6/4/1927 D. 

Flamersheim 




B.4/3/1918 B.7/15/1920 
Flamersheim Flamersheim 
D.Holocaust D.Holocaust 



771 



THE HERZ FAMILY #1 FROM SCHWEINHEIM 
DESCENDANTS OF JOSEPH AND GUDULA (LEIB MARX1 HERZ 
CHILDREN OF MEYER AND HENRIETTE (MICHEL HIRTZ^ HERZ 



FROM PAGE 705 



HEINRICH -JOHANNA 
SOMMER 
M2LE 



B. 
D. 



From 

Page_ 

771 



B. 
D. 




To 
_Page 
773 



B.I 0/30/1 846 
Heimerzheim 
D. 

»1884 

Occ.Journeyman 



B.I 850 
Schweinheim 
D. 



JOHANNA 



WQIFF 



B.6/29/1885 

Koln 
D.Holocaust 

Auschwitz 
[Deported first 
to Rga] 



772 



THE HERZ FAMILY #1 FROM SCHWEINHEIM 
DESCENDANTS OF JOSEPH AND GUDULA (LEIB MARX^ HER2 
CHILDREN OF MEYER AND HENRIETTE (MICHEL HIRTZ> HERZ 



FROM PAGE 705 



From 

Page_ 

772 



From Page 816 



(Also on Paae 81 6)\ 



HERMANN - 
(Naftali) 



HELENA 
DANIEL 



HERZ 



LSeligmann Aron is a descendant of 
the Seligmann Aron on Page 801 ] 



B.4/2/1854 
Schweinheim 

D.10/13/1913 
Flamersheim 

oo1888 

Occ.Textile, 
clothing dealer 



B.10/16/1856 
Flamersheim 

D.10/1/1925 
Flamersheim 



SELIGMANN - 



REGINA 
WOLFF 
B.I 844 

Heimerzheim 
D.1884 
ArlQff 



JOHANNA 
LAZARUS 



ARON 



B.1850 

Arloff 
D.1938 

Euskirchen 



B.1847 

Appenheim 
D.1933 

Euskirchen 
[Buried in 
Euskirchen] 



OSKAR 



VERONIKA 

"Verona" 

HERZ 



ARQN 



From Page 771 



B.1884 

Artoff 
D.I 978 

Haifa-Achusa, 

Israel 



B.1891 

Flamersheim 
D.1976 

Haifa-Achusa, 

Israel 



1 



MOSES 

(Avraham Moshe 

ben Yosef) 

HEYMANN 



(Euskirchen) 



JOSEPH 



- SIBILLA 
ARON 



HEYMANN 



B.5/2/1884 

Ahrweiler 
D.6/7/1930 

Ahrweiler 
[Buried in Ah rweiler 



B.I 2/27/1 886 

Ahrweiler 
D. Holocaust 



B.3/25/1887 

Arloff 
D.Holocaust 



FRIEDRICH WILHELM 
HEYMANN 



HILLEL - HERTA 

HEYMANN 
FRIEDMANN 



B. 



B. 



B. 




B.I 944 
Petach Tikvah, 
Israel 



773 



RELATED TO THE HERZ FAMILY #1 FROM SCHWE1NHEIM 
DAUGHTER OF LEOPOLD AND BREINLE (PUBLOFsh QSTER 

[WIFE #1] 

FROM PAGE 704 




B.2/26/1788 

Klotten 
D. 

SON OF LEOPOLD AND SARE (DUBLOIsn QSTER 

[WIFE #2] 

FROM PAGE 704 




B.8/2/1791 

Wittiich 
D. 



CHILDREN OF LEOPOLD AND RACHEL (BEER) QSTER 

[WIFE # 3] 
FROM PAGE 704 



From 

Page_ 

704 



SUSANNA 
OSTER 



JAKOB - ROSA 

"Roeschen" 
OSTER 
FRANKEN 



B. 11/8/1 795 B.I 804 

Wittiich Sinnersdorf 

D. D. 



To 

_Page 

774A 



RACHEL 
OSTER 



B.6/18/1802 

Wittiich 
D. 


B.2/27/1801 
Wittiich 

D. 


oo1833 

Stommein 
Occ.Butcher in 

Stommein 





Michelle Tichauer Fanwick has compiled a large listing (more than 130 pages) of the Dublon 
family from Wittlich.She can be contacted by email at michelle@fanwick.com or by regular mail 
at 270 Westoort Road. Wilto n. CT 06897-4723. 



774 



RELATED TO THE HERZ FAMILY #1 FROM SCHWE1NHFIM 
CHILDREN OF LEOPOLD AND RACHEL (BEER) QSTER 

[WIFE # 3] 

Information compiled with the assistance of Hennv Houwelin g-Zwart. Svlvia Stawski and Fred 

Schweizer. 

FROM PAGE 704 



From 

Page_ 

774 



HEUMAN SAMUE 


_ - SARA ARON 


B. 
D. 


B. 
D. 



JUDITH 
OSTER 



ARON - ANTOINETTA 
OSTER 
(Hendeigen Leib) 
HEUMANN 



B.9/15/1805 

Wittlich 
D. 



D. 
c.11/12/1833 

Frechen 



HEINRICH 



HEUMANN 



B.4/12/1808 

Wittlich 
D. 



B.10/10/1834 

Frechen 
D.10/28/1834 

Frechen 



LEOPOLD 



ROSINA 
(Rosetta) 
ABRAHAM 
HEUMANN 



B.2/26/1838 

Frechen 
D.7/1 1/1904 

Bonn 
«8/10/1864 

Kbln-Ehrenfeld 



SAMUEL 



HEUMANN 



B.I 840 

Helmenzen 
D.1920 



B.3/3/1840 

Frechen 
D.I 2/29/1 842 

Frechen 



To Page 774B 



774A 



RELATED TO THE HERZ FAMILY #1 FROM SCHWEINHE1M 

DESCENDANTS OF LEOPOLD AND RACHEL (BEER^ QSTER 

CHILDREN OF LEOPOLD AND ROSINA (ABRAHAMS HEUMANN 

Information for Pages 774B to 774L was compiled bv Svlvia Stawski 

FROM PAGE 774A 



JOHANN 



REGINA 
HEUMANN 



STAWSKI 



ALBERT AVRAHAM - HELENE 
HOENDGEN 

HEUMANN 



To 
—Page 
7741 



B.7/1/1877 


B.9/13/1877 


B.1878 


Powidz/Witkowo, 


Koln-Ehrenfeld 


Kbln 


Poland 




D.1971 


D.9/20/1957 


D.6/27/1967 


Lippstadt 


Krefeld 


Krefeld 


(Survived 
Auschwitz) 



PAUL KICK - HENRIETTE 
(Jettchen) 
HEUMANN 

SMEE 



B.1877 

Koln 
D.1954 

Lippstadt 



B. 



D. 



B. 
D. 



To Page 7741 



ARNOLD 



ERNA 
STAWSKI 



KAA 



B.7/25/1906 

Friemersheim 
D.3/1 5/1989 
Amsterdam 
oo7/l/1932 

Krefeld-Bochum 
[His parents were 
Jakob Kaal and 
Katherina Kroppen] 



To 
.Page 
774H 



LEO - JOHANNA 
("Hanni") 
BUSCH 
$TAW?KI 



B. 12/2/1 907 

Muhlheim 
D.l 0/1 0/1 976 

Amsterdam 



B. 



MATHIAS - 



MARTA 
STAWSKI 



BERSCHEID 



B. 



B. 



To Page 774F 



B. 



To Page 774G 







HENDRIKUS - RUTH 
("Henny") KAAL 

LAMMERS 



RUDOLF 



NORA 
KAAL 



PISANQ 



B.2/23/1929 
Amsterdam 



oc6/2/1960 
Amsterdam 



B.2/20/1935 B.3/15/1939 
Krefeld Amsterdam 



«8/2/1960 
Amsterdam 



KLAUS PETER - FEMMETJE 
VAN TILBURG 

KMl 



To 

_Page 

774E 



B.3/12/1940 
Amsterdam 



B.l 0/1 7/1 942 
Amsterdam 



«»3/7/1967 
Amsterdam 



To Page 774C 

774B 



B. 



To Page 774D 



RELATED TO THE HERZ FAMILY #1 FROM SCHWEINHEIM 

DESCENDANTS OF LEOPOLD AND RACHEL (BEER) QSTER 

CHILDREN OF RUDOLF AND NORA (KAAL) PISANO 




B.I 0/30/1 957 
Wormerveer,Neth. 



B.2/7/1961 
Amsterdam 



FROM PAGE 774B 




B.l 1/14/1962 
Amsterdam 




B.7/7/1988 B.4/18/1991 B.1 1/6/1995 

Middenbeemster, Middenbeemster, Middenbeemster, 
Neth. Neth. Neth. 



Occ.Student 



Occ.Studen t 



Occ.Student 



774C 



RELATED TO THE HERZ FAMILY #1 FROM SCHWEINHEIM 

DESCENDANTS OF LEOPOLD AND RACHEL (BEER^ QSTER 

CHILDREN OF KLAUS PETER AND FEMMETJE (VAN TILBURG^ KAAL 



FROM PAGE 774B 



KATINKA JULIA 
KAAL 



B.6/25/1974 




774D 



RELATED TO THE HERZ FAMILY #1 FROM SCHWEINHEIM 

DESCENDANTS OF LEOPOLD AND RACHEL (BEER^ QSTER 

CHILDREN OF ARNOLD AND ERNA fSTAWSKH KAAL 



FROM PAGE 774B 



From 

Page_ 

774B 



RONALD 



BIANCA 
NIES 



JCAAL 



B.1/12/1947 B. 
Amsterdam 



774E 



RELATED TO THE HERZ FAMILY #1 FROM SCHWEINHEIM 

DESCENDANTS OF LEOPOLD AND RACHEL (BEER) OSTER 

CHILDREN OF LEO AND JOHANNA (BUSCm STAWSKl 



FROM PAGE 774B 



B. 























| 




WILLI - 

GREFE 


ERNA 
STAWSKl 

H 




KURT 

STAWSKl 


HANS LEO 

STAWSKl 


B. 


B. 




B. 

D.19... 


B. 






I 






GUNTHER 

GREFEN 




JOCHEM - 

GREFEN 






774F 



RELATED TO THE HERZ FAMILY #1 FROM SCHWEINHEIM 

DESCENDANTS OF LEOPOLD AND RACHEL (BEER) QSTER 

CHILDREN OF MATH1AS AND MARTA (STAWSKH BERSCHEiD 



FROM PAGE 774B 



HANS GERD 



GERLINDE 



B. 



BERSCHEID 
B. 



EDUARD 


EVA 


(Titus) 


BERSCHEID 




MUNCH 



B. 



774G 



RELATED TO THE HERZ FAMILY #1 FROM SCHWEINIHEIM 
DESCENDANTS OF LEOPOLD AND RACHEL (BEER) QSTER 
CHILDREN OF JOHANN AND REG1NA fHEUMANN) STAWSK1 



FROM PAGE 774B 



WILLEM - JORINA HELENA KORNEL1A 
VRUMOET 

WERNER 



B. 



D. 



From 

Page_ 

774B 



B. 



D. 



HANS MAX 
(Israel Chaim) 



ELLIJ 
WERNER 



STAWSKI 



8.2/1/1915 

Krefeld 
D.1 0/1 0/2003 

Amsterdam 
«7/24/1946 

Amsterdam 
[Chuppah: 
10/31/2004] 



8.1 1/1 1/1923 
Vlissingen,Neth. 

D.I 2/1 0/1 992 
Grand Rapids, Ml 



HANS - ANS 

(Chaim) VAN DER SLUYS 

SUES 



B. 



B. 



ERNST 

(Shmuel) 



- SYLVIA 
(Malka) 
STAWSKI 
3H!G 



PAUL - ANNA ELISABETH 
SCHELTINGA 

STAWSKI 



B.1 1/15/1947 B.9/13/1954 
Den Haag,Neth. Amsterdam 



B.3/31/1957 
Amsterdam 



B.8/18/1954 
Jakarta, Indonesia 



ool0/28/2004 



774H 



RELATED TO THE HERZ FAMILY #1 FROM SCHWEINHEIM 

DESCENDANTS OF LEOPOLD AND RACHEL (BEER) QSTER 

CHILDREN OF ALBERT AVRAHAM AND HELENE ( HOENDGEN) HEUMANN 



FROM PAGE 774B 



LEO 



GRETTE 



HEUMANN 



D. 



Wuppertal 



ALBERT AHARON - 2IPORA 
GROSSMAN 

HEUMANN 



ELSE 
HEUMANN 



GOLDSTEIN 



B. 
D. 



Wuppertal 



B.7/14/1907 
Lippestadt 

D.3/14/1956 
Tel Aviv 



B.6/4/1909 
Yanova,Lith. 

D.2/14/1989 
Israel 

[Parents: Pinchas 

and Chaya 

Grossman] 



B. 



B.I 2/17/1910 

Germany 



To Page 774J 



CHRISTLE 
HEUMANN 



RENATE 
HEUMANN 



URSULA 
HEUMANN 



B. 

D. 



B.c.1 942 
Germany 

D.2003 
Germany 



B. 



Germany 



7741 



RELATED TO THE HERZ FAMILY #1 FROM SCHWEINHEIM 

DESCENDANTS OF LEOPOLD AND RACHEL fBEER) QSTER 

CHILDREN OF ALBERT AHARON AND ZIPORA (GROSSMAN) HEUMANN 



FROM PAGE 7741 




B.1 1/15/1938 
Haifa,Pafestine 



«3/2/1964 
Tel Aviv 



MOSHE 



NIVA 
HEUMANN 



MATALflN 



B.6/24/1942 B. 
Afula, Palestine 



«1/20/1970 
Tei Aviv 



B.10/10/1945 
Afula,Palestine 



To Page 774K 



SHAY - IRIT 
GRAVEH 

FROGEL 


B. 

<*9/6/1990 
Ramat Hakovesh, 
Israel 


B.1 0/1 4/1 966 
Jerusalem 



YOSSI 



NOAH 
GRAVEH 



GUETA 



B. 



[Parents: Haim 
and Lea Gueta] 



B.3/18/1970 
Tel Hashomer, 
Israel 




NITZAN 



FROGEL 



B.9/22/1992 
Petach Tikva, 
Israel 



B.6/15/1994 
Tel Aviv, 
Israel 



B.8/30/2000 
Tel Aviv, 
Israel 



B.1/17/2003 
Tel Aviv, 

Israel 



Occ.Student 



Occ.Student 



774J 



RELATED TO THE HERZ FAMILY #1 FROM SCHWE1NHEIM 

DESCENDANTS OF LEOPOLD AND RACHEL (BEER) OSTER 

CHILDREN OF MOSHE AND NIVA fHEUMANN) MATALON 



FROM PAGE 774J 



EMANUEL 



LfTAL 
GINDI 



MATA1 



LQbL 



B. 




NADAV 
MATALON 



TAMAR 
MATALON 



B. 



B.1973 
Tel Aviv 



B.1979 
Tel Aviv 



ARIEL 



MATAION 



OMRI 



MATALON 



B.1973 


B.2000 


B.2003 


Tel Aviv, 


Tel Hashomer, 


Tel Hashomer, 


Israel 


Israel 


Israel 



774K 



RELATED TO THE HERZ FAMILY #1 FROM SCHWEINHEIM 

DESCENDANTS OF LEOPOLD AND RACHEL fBEER^ QSTER 

CHILDREN OF LEOPOLD AND ROS1NA (ABRAHAMS HEUMANN 



FROM PAGE 774A 



From 

Page_ 

774B 



MAX MOSES - 



BERTHA 
SELIGMANN 



HEUMANN 



B. 

D.Holocaust 

(Deported from 
Kofn to Riga on 
12/7/1941) 



ANTON - ROSALIE 

HEUMANN 

FMEDSNBURQ 



B.4/29/1884 
Rosbach,Sieg 
D.Holocaust 
(Deported from 
Koin to Riga on 
12/7/1941) 



B. 




HANS 



HEUMANN 



B.11/26/1913 

Wuppertal 
D.Holocaust 
(Deported from 
Koln to Riga, 
Latvia on 
12/7/1941) 



B. 



D.Holocaust 



B. 



RICHARD - 



FRIEDENBURS 



FRIEDENBURG 



B. 



B. 



B. 



FRIEDENBURG 



B. 



774L 



THE HERZ FAMILY #2 FROM SCHWEINHEIM 



SALOMON- FRADGE 
ABRAHAM 
SALOMON 



MEYER JOSEPH - 



VOGEL 
SCHLAUMANN 



B. 

D.1782 
Schweinheim 



HER? 



GIRIL 
SELIGMANN 
(HEYMANN) 



B. 
D. 



B. 
D. 

I 

(Niederdrees) 



B.I 743 

Schweinheim 
D.4/18/1828 

Schweinheim 



B. 



Ahrweiler? 



D. 



LEIB - RACHEL 



C AHN 



B. 

D. 



(Gey) 



JACOB- ROSA 
BERG 
MEYER 



B. 



B. 

D. 



B. 
D. 



From 
Page 
800 



JOSEF 

(Yosef) 

3cc. Horse 
dealer 



TCHE 
CAHN 
B.I 787 

Niederdrees 
D.8/16/1822 
Schweinheim 
col819 



CAROLINE 
SALOMON 
B.1795 

Rheinbreitbach 
D.6/9/1825 

Schweinheim 
oo!823 



MECHTILD 
MEYER 



H ERZ 



B.1773 

Schweinheim 
D.1/19/1851 

Schweinheim 
oo1826 



B.1792 

Gey 
D.3/27/1862 

Schweinheim 



(Also on Page 804) 



LEIB JACOB - HENRILLA 
LEIB MARX 
WEISS 



B. 
D. 



B. 
D. 



To Page 778 



I (Also on Page 8Q4)\ 



MICHAEL 


CLARA 


[BERLIN] 


WEISS 


SCHMITZ 


[Also known as 


B.1759 


Clara Schneider, 


Gelsdorf 


formerly known 


D.5/9/1809 


as Sara Leib] 


Meckenheim 


. 


HERMANN 


MARX 




[HIRZ] 




HERZ 




B.1783 


B.I 774 


Schweinheim 


Kalenborn/Altens 


D.9/14/1829 


D.5/15/1820 


Meckenheim 


Meckenheim 


003/21/1810 




Occ. Retailer, 




Butcher 





To 
_Page 
"800 



To Page 799 



To Page 776 



775 



THE HERZ FAMILY #2 FROM SCHWEINHEIM 
CHIIPREN QF JOSEF ANP M ECHTUD (MEYER) H ERZ 



FROM PAGE 775 



From 
Page 
807 



(Also on Page $QQ)\ 



SALOMON 

(Shlomo ben 

Yosef) 



HENRIETTE 
(Jetta) 
DANIEL 



JJBZ 



B.8/7/1827 
Schweinheim 

D.I 0/3/1 911 
Schweinheim 

[He died in the 
street on his way 
home from Yom 
Kippur services 
in the synagogue.] 

«.1856 

Occ. Horse 
dealer 



B.1827 

Merzbach 
D.1893 

Schweinheim 



ISAAC (?) 

(Yitzchak ben 

Yosef) 

HERZ(?) 



JENNY (?) 

(Jindla bat 

Yosef) 

HERZ(?) 



B. 

Schweinheim 
D.1883 

Schweinheim 



B. 

Schweinheim 
D.I 890 

Schweinheim 




Other children - possibly 
one son and two daughters 
whose names have not yet 
been found. 



B. 


B.I 0/28/1 861 - 


B.I 860 


B.8/28/1872 




Schweinheim 


Duesmond 


Schweinheim 


D. 


D.Hofocaust 


D. 


D.Holocaust 




Theresienstadt 




[Deported from 




3/5/1943 


«1914 


Koln to 
Theresienstadt 






Occ.Cattle 


on 6/16/1942 






dealer 


and then to 
Treblinka on 
9/19/1942] 



[Probably related 
to Gustav Horn 
(Page 1 228) and 
Samuel Horn 
(Page 116)] 



776 



THE HERZ F AMHY #Z FROM SCHWEINHE I M 

THE BERLIN/SCHMITZ FAMILY FROM GELSDQRF 

Dr. Ralph N. Baer, a family member who has done extensive genealogical reseanzh on his 
ancestors, wrote the following to me on January 6, 1 994: 

The Berlin family presents in interesting case. The family used the name Berlin prior to the 
Napoleonic law of 1808 which required all Rhineland Jews to adapt family names. At that time, 
Jacob Berlin and his brothers living in Meckenheim took the name Schmitz because Jews in the 
Rhineland were not permitted to use names based upon locations. Decades later many branches 
of the family returned to the name Berlin, although in other cases the name Schmitz was kept, i 
have tried to indicate which name or both each person used; however there are probably 
omissions. The reader should take the two names as synonyms. As an example, my ancestor 
Julie was a Schmitz at birth and was still a Schmitz at marriage. At that time she, of course, 
became a Cahn. Thus she never was a Berlin. However, on her death, record her maiden name 
was given as Berlin. Such cases abound in this family. Furthermore, part of the family of one of 
Jacob Berlin's brothers, Daniel Berlin, assumed the name Daniel although Daniel Berlin became 
George Schmitz in 1808! 

The derivation of the the name Berlin and the name Schmitz remain mysteries. It seems 
unlikely that the family ever resided in the city of Berlin, although this cannot be ruled out. 
Another possible derivation for Berlin is that it is properly Baerlin, i.e., little Baer or son of Baer; 
"Baer" being a first name corresponding to the Hebrew Issacher. However, this name does not 
arise in the family, A third possibility is that Berlin should be read as the four Hebrew characters 
Bet-Resh-Lamed-Nun (BRLN) where each letter stands for a Hebrew word, perhaps something like 
"ben Rev L, N.\ son of Rabbi L.N., where L N. is someone's name. I have no Idea who L N. could 
have been. A fourth and most interesting possibility is that it refers to a previous residence in the 
town of Bruhl in the Rhineland. This possibility is suggested in Dietz's book about the Jewish 
community in Frankfurt am Main about another family named Berlin. 

As to the name Schmitz, a name that I have never seen elsewhere used by Jews; it was 
suggested to me by Klaus H. S. Schulte, a lawyer and genealogist living in Wegberg near 
Monchengladbach who has written several books and numerous articles about the Jewish 
communities in the Rhineland, that perhaps the name is a contraction of "aus Metz," i.e. "from 
Metz", a city in Lorraine, France where Jews named Berlin are known to have lived. This is at 
least as good an explanation as any other that I have seen, but it is far from proven 

Brothers and other relatives of Sibilla Seligmann adopted the family name of Brunell in 
1808. However, Sibilla at the time took the name Jeanette (Johanna) Wolber. Sometime later, she 
must have realized that her birth family took the name Brunell, because this name was used on 
other records. 

On Jacob Berlin's death record, the information is included that his mother was named 
Gudula Abraham. On one of his brothers' death record (Wolf, called Hieronymus after 1808), the 
mother's name is given as Gudula Jacob. While it is possibly that these two were realty half 
brothers, I suspect that one of the records was just wrong. The name Gudula Jacob seems more 
logically because the name Jacob appears In places (e.g., Jacob Berlin, himself) which indicate a 
recent Jacob In the ancestry while Abraham does not. Furthermore, Jacob Berlin was one of the 
witnesses on his brother Wolfs death record - and he should have known his grandfather's given 
name, while a more distant relative and a gentile were the witnesses when Wolfs death was 
recorded. 

Jacob Berlin was a horse trader, an occupation of many family members. 

Many of the marriages are listed as occurring in Adendorf, a town very near Meckenheim. 
Adendorf was the location of the registrar's office, and it is where the civil marriages occurred. 
Unlike records for the same period for most other places discussed in this book, which usually 
stated where the religious ceremony occurred, we have in the Rhineland only the civil marriages 
to rely on. The location for these for Meckenheim was, for a long period of time, Adendorf. 



777 



THE HERZ FAMILY #2 FROM SCHWEINHEIM 

THE BERLIN/SCHMITZ FAMILY FR OM GELSDORF 

C HILDREN OF MICHAEL [BERLIN] ANP CLAR A ( WEISS) S CHMITZ 



FROM PAGE 775 




f Bassenheim) 



MOSES-HENRIETTE 
DAVID 
MARX* 



B. 



D. 



B. 



D. 



To 

-Page 

779 



(Also on Paae 396) 



ALEXANDER - SARA 
(Benjamin) BOCK 

B.2/1/1796 

Hersel 
D. 

"4/13/1814 
Niederzissen? 



• FRATGEN 
BERLIN 
(VERONIKA 
SCHMITZ) 
B.5/2/1798 

Meckenheim 
D, 

oo12/10/1822 
Adendorf 



HELENA 
MARX* 



ISL 




B.2/Z5/1801 
Meckenheim 

D.4/16/1801 
Meckenheim 



B.9/15/1796 
Niederzissen 
D.3/31/1848 
Niederzissen 
ooc. 3/5/1832 

Niederzissen? 
Occ.Tradesman, 
Butcher. 
Representative 
of the Jewish 
community 



B. 

Bassenheim 
D. 

[In 1 828 Alexander 
had a house, yard 
and garden on the 
corner of Kapellenstra&e 
and Ahrenzgafcchen in 
Niederzissen. The Jewish 
school was also there.] 



[* =*may be related to the Marks/Marx family that lived in nearby Ochtendung. See Pages 1302-1 303.] 

778 



THE HERZ FAMILY #2 FROM SCHWEINHE1M 

THE BERLIN/SCHMITZ FAMILY FROM GELSDQRF 

CHILDREN OF MICHAEL TBERLIN1 AND CLARA fWEISSl SCHMIT7 

FROM PAGE 775 



From 

Page„ 

778 



JACOB - ANNA 
(Gottschalk BERLIN 
Joel ben Zvi) (SCHMITZ) 
JUH L 



B.c.1 802 

Gelsdorf 
D. 

oo8/22/1828 

Adendorf 
Occ.Butcher 
[Buried in 
Meckenheim] 



B.1/31/1803 
Meckenheim 

D.4/16/1859 
Meckenheim 



LEVI 



EVA 
LEVI 
HIRSCHFELD 



B. 
D. 



B. 

D. 



ISAAC 



SARA 

JUHL 

B.10/1 5/1829 

Meckenheim 

D.Before 1872 

~1853 



- MARIA ANNA 
HIRSCHFELD 
APPE L 




B.1 2/29/1 822 

Endenich 
D.I 894 

oo5/16/1872 

Siegburg 
Occ.Tradesman 



B.4/12/1838 
Meckenheim 

D.1899 
Grevenbroich 



To Page 783 
To Page 780 



JACOB 
(Gottschalk 
Elkiakom) 



To 
«Page 
785 



GUDULA 
JUHL 



HERZ 



B./29/1831 B.c.1826 
Meckenheim Neumagen/ 

Mosel 
D. D.1908 

Meckenheim 



To Page 796 



B.I 823 

Zulpich 
D.1911 

oo7/31/1860 
Adendorf 



B.1/27/1834 
Meckenheim 
D.1901 
Zulpich 

To 

Page 

779P 



EDUARD 



SIBILLA 
HERZ 



OSWALD 



B. 

D. 



B.5/30/1863 

Zulpich 
D.Holocaust 
[Deported from 
Dusseldorf to 
Theresienstadt 
7/25/1942. De- 
ported to Treb- 
linka 9/21/1942.' 



To Page 779A 



779 



THE HERZ FAMILY #2 FROM SCHWEfNHEIM 

THE BERL1N/SCHMITZ FAMILY FROM GELSDQRF 

CHILDREN OF EDUARD AND SIBILLA (HERZ) OSWALD 



FROM PAGE 779 



GUSTAV 

OSWALD 
B.1/25/1894 

Siegburg 
D.Holocaust 
[Deported from 
Drancy to 
Auschwitz 
8/17/1942] 



CARL 



HEDWIG 
OSWALD 



FRANKFURT 



B.8/17/1886 


B.3/20/1898 


Krefeld 


Siegburg 


D.Holocaust 


D.Holocaust 


[Deported to 


[Deported to 


Lodz] 


Lodz] 


[Parents; 




Bernhard and 




Sophia 




(Wertheimer) 




Frankfurt] 





779A 



THE HERZ FAMILY #2 FROM SCHWEINHEIM 
THE BERLIN/SCHMITZ FAMILY FROM GELSDORF 
CHILDREN OF JACOB ANP CU P ULA ( J UH L) H ER Z 



FROM PAGE 779 



From 

Page_ 

779 



(Amstwfam) 



ALBERT 



HELENA 
HERZ 



ROLEF 



B. 
D. 



B.11/10/1861 
Zulpich 

D.Holocaust 
Westerbork 
12/4/1943 



CARL 



- MARGARETE 
SILBERSTEiN 



m 



B.5/20/1893 
Euskirchen 

D.Holocaust 
Stutthof 



£L 



B.8/14/1899 

Koln 
D.Holocaust 

Riga 




To 

_Page 

779C 



B.2/10/1883 
Frielendorf 

D.Holocaust 
Auschwitz 
9/17/1943 




B.3/25/1896 
Euskirchen 

D.Holocaust 
Auschwitz 
9/17/1943 



GUNTHER 



HQEXTER 



B.8/13/1924 

Koln 
D.Holocaust 

Riga 



B.3/6/1926 

Wesel 
D.Holocaust 
Auschwitz 
2/2/1945 
[Deported from 
Westerbork to 
Theresienstadt 
on 9/6/1944 and 
then to Auschwitz 
on 9/29/1944] 



779B 



THE HERZ FAMILY #2 FROM SCHWEINHEIM 

THE BERLINI/SCHMITZ FAMILY FROM GELSDQRF 

CHILDREN OF ALBERT AND HELENA (HERZ ) R QLEF 



FROM PAGE 779B 



From 
Page„ 




B.8/1 1/1897 

Euskirchen 
D. Holocaust 



WILLY - WILHELMINA 
MEYER 

BQLEE 



ALFRED 



MINA 
OTTENHEIMERl 



RQln^F 



B.5/26/1903 

Rhens 
D. Holocaust 



B.7/16/1900 

Euskirchen 
D.Holocaust 
Central Europe 
2/28/1945 
{Deported from 
Westerbork to 
Theresienstadt 
9/6/1944, then 
to Auschwitz on 
9/29/1944] 



r~ Twins— i 



EDITH 



_RQLEL 



ILSE 



RQLEF 



GERD 



RQLEF 



B.4/19/1926 B.7/12/1929 B.7/1 2/1929 

Euskirchen Euskirchen Euskirchen 
D.Holocaust D.Holocaust D.Holocaust 
Auschwitz Auschwitz Sobibor 
2/11/1944 2/11/1944 5/28/1943 
[They were deported from Westerbork] 
[Their photograph appears at 
http://www.jhm.nl/collection. aspx?ID= 1 7 
according to Henny Houweiing-Zwart.] 



B.11/23/1912 
Alpen 



[Deported from 
Westerbork to 
Theresienstadt 
9/6/1944, then 
to Auschwitz on 
10/4/1944. She 
must have 
survived because 
the February 15, 
1 946 issue of the 
Aufbau lists her 
as having returned 
to Belgium, accord- 
ing to Henny Hou- 
weling-Zwart] 



B.4/12/1902 B.7/21/1909 
Euskirchen Eberbach 

D.Holocaust D.Holocaust 
Central Europe Auschwitz 
6/30/1944 2/11/1944 



779C 



THE HERZ FAMILY #2 FRQM SCHWEINHE1M 
THE BERLIN/SCHMITZ FAMILY FROM GELSDQRF 
CHI LPREN OF ISAAC ANP SARA (J UHl) APPq 



FROM PAGE 779 



(f^heinbrghl) 



ABRAHAM - ELISE 

HIRSCHFELD 
WOLFF 



8. 
D. 



(Bonn) 



JOSEPH 



- HENRIETTE 
WOLFF 



APPEL 



B.9/T4/1861 

Endenich 
D.1918 



Occ.Tradesman 



From 
Page 
79t 



i 



MICHAEL 



_AP£EL 



B.1 0/1 6/1 866 
Rheinbrohl 

D.Hoiocaust 
Minsk 
5/8/1945 



B.6/19/1864 



D. 



(Also on Paae 791) 



JULIUS 



SELMA 
APPEL 
B.1891 

Endenich 
D.1922 
Beuel 
oo1913 



ELSE 
APPEL 



H1RSCH 



B.8/27/1873 B.1 2/1 6/1 893 

Bergheim/Sieg Endenich 

D.3/25/1942 D.Hoiocaust 

Bonn [Deported in 1 942] 



To Page 791 

To Page 791 



SALOMON-CHRISTINE 
MARCKS 
5MM 



B. 

D. 



1 (Linn) 1 


RAPHAEL 


5IMQN 


HELENE 
APPEL 



B. 

D. 

oo1896 

Occ.Cattle dealer 
in Krefeld 



B.7/8/1869 

Endenich 
D. 




B.3/7/1895 
Endenich 

D.Hoiocaust 
[Deported to 
Izbica in 1942] 



To 

.Page 

781 



780 



THE HERZ FAMILY #2 FROM SCHWEINHEIM 

THE BERL1N/SCHM1TZ FAMILY FROM GEISPQRF 
CHHP8EN QF JOS EPH AND HENRIETTE (WQIFF) APPEl 



FROM PAGE 780 



From 

Page- 
780 



ERICH - FREDERICKE 
"Frieda" 
APPEL 
DANIEL 



B. 



Hersel 



D. 



B.7/27/1898 

Bonn 
D.After 1960 

Albareatde Tajo, Spain 




B.6/22/1930 
Hersel 



ADOLPH 



FRIEDA 
HERZ 



APPEL 



B. 

D. 

Occ. Merchant 
in Bonn 



B. 
D. 




To 

.Page 

782 



ROLAND 



LYNTON 



APPEL 



APPEl 



B. 



B. 



781 



THE HERZ FAMILY #2 FROM SCHWEINHEIM 

TH E BERUN / SCHMUZ FAMILY FRO M GEISPQRF 
CHI lPRgN OF KENNETH ANP BEYLAH (PAV1S) APPEl 



FROM PAGE 781 




CORINNE 
APPEL 



B. 




782 



THE HERZ FAMILY #2 FROM SCHWE1NHEIM 

THE 3ERLIN/SCHM1TZ FAMILY FRQM G E L SPQRF 

CHILDRE N QF I SAAC AND MARIA ANNA (H1R S CHFEIP) APPEl 

FROM PAGE 779 



LEVY - HELENE 

OBERLAENDER 
FRANK 



B. 
D. 



B. 
D. 




JOSEF 



- HENRIETTE 
APPEL 



FRANK 



B.1868 
Elfgen 
D. 

oo1898 



B.1876 B.8/1 1/1872 

Endenich Elfgen 

D. 10/20/ 1938 D.Hoiocaust 
Auschwitz 
12/19/1943 



Occ. Men's 
clothing store 
at Wenzelgasse 
18, Bonn 



To 

-Page 
784 



LEOPOLD 



EVA 
APPEL 



MEYER 



B.4/29/1878 
Endenich 

D.Hoiocaust 
Auschwitz 
12/19/1943 



B. B. 

Gemund/Eifel 
D. D. 




B.6/23/1907 
Friemersheim 

D.Hoiocaust 
Auschwitz 
4/30/1943 



783 



THE HERZ FAMILY #2 FROM SCHWEINHEIM 

THE BERUN/SCHMIT? FAMHY FRQM QELSPQRF 

CHILDREN OF ISAAC AND MARIA ANNA (HIRSCHFELm APPEL 

FROM PAGE 783 



From 

Page_ 

783 



FERDINAND - 



SIBILLA 
APPEL 



JESSL 



B. 



B. 



D. 



D. 



Occ.Merchant in 
Dusseldorf- 
Golzheim 



784 



THE HERZ FAMILY #2 FROM SCHWE1NHEIM 

THE BERLIN/SCHMITZ FAMILY FROM GELSDQRF 

CHILDREN OF JACOB AND ANNA fBERLIN>SCHMrm JUHL 



FROM PAGE 779 



From 

Page_ 

779 



MOSES -MARIA ANNA 


RUSCHERT 


BEN 


DER 


B. 


B. 


D. 


D. 



BONEM 



GUDULA 
EMANUEL 



H1RSCH 



B. 



D.Before 1868 



B. 



D. 



MICHAEL - MATH 



LDE 



BENDER 



JUHL 



B.4/7/1836 
Meckenheim 

D. 
Meckenheim 

ool2/13/1864 
Adendorf 



1 



LEVI 

(Levinus) 



GETTA 

(Jetta) 

JUHL 



HIRSCH 



B.I 838 

Briedel 
D.1896 

[Buried in 
Meckenheim] 



B.12/1/1839 

Sieglar 
D. 

coll/9/1865 
Adendorf 



To 

_Page 

795 



JOSEPH 



JULIE 
FRANK 



JLltJL 



B.5/13/1838 
Meckenheim 
D. 



B.1/13/1841 
Meckenheim 

D.1918 
Meckenheim 

»12/7/1870 
Adendorf 

Occ.Tanner 



To Page 



To Page 793 



B.c. 1847 
Wittlich 

D. 



MOSES 



JLibL 



B.I 1/17/1865 

Meckenheim 
D.1941 

Palestine 
Occ.Textile and 

manufacturing 

business 



JULIUS 



JUtdL 



To 
.Page 
~789 



BENEDICT - 



UNA 
HiRSCH 



D. 



B.l/25/1867 
Meckenheim 

D. 



B.5/5/1868 
Meckenheim 

D.Holocaust 
Sobibor 
5/21/1943 

[Deported from 

Koln] 

ool900 



JUHL 



To Page 786 



Occ. Merchant 

To Page 787 



B.5/5/1875 

Beilstein 
D.Holocaust 

Sobibor 

5/21/1943 
[Deported from 
Koln] 



785 



THE HERZ FAMILY #2 FROM SCHWEINHEIM 

THE BERLIN/SCHMITZ FAMILY FROM GELSDQRF 

CHILDREN OF MOSES AND < 1 JUHL 



(Israel) 



FROM PAGE 785 




(Israel) 



WALTER 



JUJL 



RICHARD 



(Israel) 



JUHL 



B. 



B. 



(Israel) 



PAUL 



JUHL 



B.1905 
Zulpich 



786 



THE HERZ FAMILY #2 FROM SCHWFINHFIM 

THE BERLIN/SCHMITZ FAMILY FROM GELSDQRF 

CHILDREN OF BENEDICT AND LINA (HIRSCH) JUHL 



RICHARD - 


MATHILDE 




JUHL 


WALLACH 


B.2/6/1895 


B.8/1 5/1901 


Oberernbt 


Amsterdam 


D.Holocaust 


D.I 2/3/1 967 


Auschwitz? 


Amsterdam 


9/30/1944 


[Deported from 


[Deported from 


Westerbork to 


Westerbork to 


Theresienstadt 


Theresienstadt 


on 1/27/1944. 


on 1/27/1944] 


She was a 




survivor.] 



(Amsterdam) 



ELLEN 
WALLACH 



H^wA^ 



B. 



B.5/8/1928 
Dusseldorf 



FROM PAGE 785 





BENZION - SARA 




SLOBODKINS 




B. 


B. 




D. 


D. 


t 








B.2/21/1903 
Meckenheim 

D.1 0/20/1 999 
Amsterdam 

[Buried in 

Muiderberg] 



B.4/6/1906 
Riga,Latvia 

D.9/7/1998 
Amsterdam 

[Buried in 

Muiderberg] 



ERWIN - A. 

KAUFMANN 
B. 
Bitburg 



HEDY 
BRAUNSCHILD 
JUHL 



B.f/24/1905 B. 

Meckenheim 
D.1 1/30/1984 

Amsterdam 
[Buried in [Buried in 

Hoofddorp] Hoofddorp] 



[Deported from 
Westerbork to 
Theresienstadt 
1/27/1944 and 
to Auschwitz 
10/12/1944. 
She survived the 
concentration 
camps.] 



787 



THE HERZ FAMILY #2 FROM SCHWEINHE1M 

THE BERLIN/SCHMITZ FAMILY FROM GELSDQRF 

CHILDREN OF MICHAEL AND MATHILDE (BENDERS JUHL 



FROM PAGE 785 




B.I 0/23/1 869 
Meckenheim 

D.Holocaust 
5/10/1945 

[Deported from 

Drancy] 



B.9/15/1874 
Zwartsluis.Neth 
D. 



B.3/15/1871 
Meckenheim 

D.Holocaust 
Auschwitz 
11/19/1942 

[Deported from 

Westerbork] 



B.I 1/27/1872 
Meckenheim 

D.6/10/1939 
Bielefeld 

Occ. Linen 
Factory 




B.I 1/1/1887 

Unna 
D.7/3/1940 
Amsterdam 



MATHILDE 



JUL 



B.3/17/1901 
Amsterdam 

D.Holocaust 
Auschwitz 



B.5/31/1903 
Hilden,Ger. 

D.Holocaust 
Auschwitz 



B.8/17/1910 
Bielefeld 

D.7/3/1940 
Amsterdam 



(Canada) 



FRIEDRICH - HANNA 
"Fritz" JUHL 

BENDER 



12/15/1942 2/28/1943 



B.8/16/1906 
Zell 



Occ.lnventor 



B.8/24/1913 
Bielefeld 

D.7/2/1940 
Amsterdam 



MARIANNE 

(ANNECKEN) 

BENDER 



B.9/1/1934 
Netherlands 

D.7/2/1940 
Amsterdam 



788 



THE H5RZ FAM1UY #2 FR Q M SCHWEINH EI M 

THE BERLIN/SCHMITZ FAMILY FROM GELSDQRF 

CHILDREN OF MICHAEL AND MATHILDE (BENDER1 JUHL 

FROM PAGE 785 




B.7/8/1874 

Meckenheim 
D. 



LOUIS - SELMA 
JUHL 
(Divorced) 

NQPQL 



B.2/19/1877 
Amsterdam 
D.Holocaust 
Auschwitz 
12/7/1942 
[Deported from 
Westerbork} 
»6/4/1901 



B.2/2/1876 
Meckenheim 

D.Holocaust 
Auschwitz 
1/25/1943 

[Deported from 

Westerbork] 



ALFONS ABRAHAM - SZJANA 

PARZENEZEWSKA 

NOPQl 



EDUARD 



HEDWIG 
ROTHSCHILD 



JUtL 



B.I 879 

Meckenheim 
D.c.1960 

USA 



To Page 790 



B.1 1/7/1902 
Amsterdam 

D.Holocaust 
Auschwitz 
4/20/1943 

[Deported from 

Westerbork] 



B.1/7/1898 
Lubien,Poiand 

D.Holocaust 
Auschwitz 
2/19/1943 



MATHILDE 



NQPQl 



B.1 1/29/1903 
Amsterdam 

D.Holocaust 
Sobibor 
4/9/1943 

[Deported from 

Westerbork] 



789 



THE HERZ FAMILY #2 FROM SCHWEINHEIM 

THE BERLIN/SCHMITZ FAMILY FROM GELSDORF 

CHILDREN OF EDUARD AND HEDWIG (ROTHSCHILDS JUHL 





FROM PAGE 789 








WALTER - MARTHA 
JUHL 

MARX 




RUDOLF 

JUHL 



B.1900 


B.1908 


B.1911 


Elberfeld 
D. 


Meckenheim 


Meckenheim 



>1932 



790 



THE HERZ FAMILY #2 FROM SCHWEINHEIM 
THE BERLIN/SCHMITZ FAMILY FROM GELSDORF 
CHILDREN OF LEVI AND GETTA (JUHL^ H1RSCH 

FROM PAGE 0|^ 



From 
Page 
780 




HELENA 



HI R SCH 



B.3/24/1868 
Bergheim 

D.Before 1913 
Bergheim 



B.7/26/1870 
Bergheim 

D.Before 1913 
Bergheim 



(Also on Page 780) i 



JULIUS 



SELMA 
APPEL 
B.1891 

Endenich 
D.1922 
Beuet 
oo1913 



ELSE 
APPEL 



HIRS CH 



To 

.Page 

792 



B.8/27/1873 
Bergheim/Sieg 

D.3/25/1942 
Bonn 



B.1 2/1 6/1 893 

Endenich 
D.Holocaust 

[Deported in 1 942] 



WERNER 



HIRSCH 



ADOLPH 



HIRS CH 



GUENTER JOSEF - 



HIRSCH 



B.8/22/1914 


B.8/11/1915 


B.9/18/1924 


Beuel 


Beuel 


Bonn 


D.1957 






Bonn 


[Fled to a foreign 
country in 1935] 





791 



THE HgRZ FAMILY #2 FROM SCHWEINHEIM 
THE BERLIN/SCHMITZ FAMILY FROM GELSDORF 
CHILDREN OF LEVI AND GETTA ( JUHH H1RSCH 



FROM PAGE 786 




MORITZ 



HIRSCH 



B.5/23/1873 
Bergheim 

D. 



B.I 882 

Bergheim 
D. 



[Lived at 

HaendelstraBe 33, 
Koln, in 1913, 
according to the 
late Klaus H.S. 
Schufte] 



792 



THE HERZ FAMILY #? FRQM SCHWEINHflM 
THE BERLIN/SCHM1TZ FAMILY FROM GELSDORF 
CHILDREN OF JOSEPH AND JULIE (FRANKS JUHL 



FROM PAGE 785 



H E RMANN 



B. 
D. 



B. 
D. 



TOBIAS - JOSEPHINE 

SCHWErTZER 
MQSES 



B.7/15/1849 
Niederzundorf 

D.11/21/1933 
Weilerswist 



B.1/25/1849 
Weilerswist 
D.4/15/1929 
Weilerswist 



r 



(tisch.Luxembotira) 



JULIUS - 



LAURA 
JUHL 



HERMANN 




B.1864 
Trier 
D. 

oo1896 



B.9/17/1871 
Meckenheim 

D. 



B.1872 B.2/3/1873 

Esch, Luxembourg Meckenheim 
D. D. 

oo1900 



(Mwfanheirpl 



SIEGMUND - 



To 

.Page 

794 



PAULINA 
JUHL 



MQSES 



B.5/8/1880 

Weilerswist 
D.Holocaust 

007/20/1905 

Occ. Grain 

Trader 
[Deported from 
Bonn] 



B.8/18/1874 
Meckenheim 
D.Holocaust 



[Deported from 
Bonn] 



OSCAR - SELMA 
SCHMITZ 
MOSES> 
MQSS* 



B.5/28/1908 B.9/19/1910 

Meckenheim 

D.10/ /1 974 D.3/24/1995 

Southfield,MI Southfield,MI 



[* - Name changed in the USA] 



793 



THE HERZ FAMII Y *? F ROM SCHWFINHFIM 
T HE BERLIN/SCHMITZ FAMII Y FROM GEI snnRF 
CHILDREN OF JOSEPH AND JULIE TFRAMIO IMHI 



FROM PAGE 785 




8.9/14/1878 B. 

Bitburg Meckenheim 

D.Holocaust D.I /1 6/1 926 

Sobibor Bitburg 

9/9/1943 



794 



THE HERZ FAMILY #2 FROM SCHWEINHEIM 

THE BERLIN/SCHMITZ FAMILY FROM GELSDQRF 

CHILDREN OF JACOB AND ANNA fBERLIN>SCHMITZ^ JUHL 



FROM PAGE 779 



From 

Page_ 

785" 



other children? 



HERMANN - CAROLINA 
MAYER 

MIL 



B.6/2/1843 

Meckenheim 
D. 



B. 
D. 




other children? 



B.4/18/1873 
Meckenheim 



B.1 1/25/1874 
Meckenheim 



795 



THE HERZ FAMIU %Z FRQM SCHWEINHE1M 

THE BERLIN/SCHMITZ FAMILY FROM GELSDQRF 

CHILDREN OF JONAS AND ESTER f JUDA^ JUHL 



HELENA 



J UHl 



B.8/23/1863 
Meckenheim 

D.1/8/1864 
Meckenheim 



FROM PAGE 779 



MORITZ 



JUHL 



B.1 2/1 6/1 864 

Meckenheim 
D. 



To 

.Page 

797 



ALBERT 



SARA 
JUHL 



PftffiR 



B.I 860 

Bitburg 
D. 



B.6/2/1866 

Meckenheim 
D. 



0,1891 
Meckenheim 



796 



THE HERZ FAMILY #2 FROM SCHWFINHFIM 

THE BERLIN/SCHMITZ FAMI LY FROM GFI SDHRF 

CHILDREN OF JONAS AND ESTER (JUDA^ IHHI 



FROM PAGE 779 



From 
Page. 
796 



CARL 



- JOHANNA 
MENKEL 



ML. 



B.2/13/1868 
Meckenheim 
D. 



B. 
D. 



SIEGMUND - CHARLOTTE 
HERZ 

JUHl 



To 

_Page 

798 



JULIUS 



BERTHA 
JUHL 



To Page 797A 



B.7/1 3/1869 
Meckenheim 

D.I 2/7/1922 
Koln 

oo1894 
Meckenheim 

Occ.Tradesman 



ERMANN 



B.1867 
Zulpich 

D. 



B.l 1/14/1868 

Wittlich 
D. 

Montevideo, 

Uruguay 
«.1896 

Meckenheim 
To Uruguay in 
June,! 938 



ERNST 



ELSA 
ERMANN 



ISRAEL 



B.1 0/20/1 870 
Meckenheim 

D. 
Montevideo, 
Uruguay 



To Uruguay in 
June, 1938 



ERNST 



ERMANN 



PAUL 



ESTHER 



ERMANN 



B.3/21/1892 B.4/5/1898 


B.l 0/1 1/1900 


B.5/14/1909 B.12/21/1918 


Trier Wittlich 


Wittlich 


Wittlich 


D. D. 


D. 


D.4/10/1989 0.6/ /1 991 
ChicagoJL 


oo12/23/1920 






Speicher 







797 



THE HER? FAMII Y #? FROM SCHWFINHFIM 

THE BERLIN/SCHMIT7 FA MILY FROM KFI SHORF 

CHILDREN OF CARL AND JOHANNA (MENKES IHHI 

FROM PAGE 797 







~l 




ALBERT -EMMAHEDWIG 


JUHL 


HEUMANN 


B.3/21/1905 


B.5/12/1899 


K&ln 


Bonn 


D.Holocaust 


D.Holocaust 


[Deported to 


[Deported to 


Minsk] 


Minsk] 




BELA 






HEUMANN 





B.4/15/1941 

Koln 
D.Holocaust 
[Deported to Minsk] 



797A 



THE HERZ FAMILY #2 FROM SCHWEINHEIM 

THE BERLIN/SCHMITZ FAMILY FROM GELSDORF 

CHILDREN OF JONAS AND ESTER rJUDAI .I1JHL 



From 
Page, 



797 




SIMON 


EMILIE 




JUHL 




_LUSS 


B. 




B.1 0/1 8/1 876 
Meckenheim 


D. 




D.Hofocaust 
[Deported from 
Kbln to Minsk 






in 1942] 





WALTER 



BABETTE 
SCHLOSS 



LU3L 



B.6/17/1903 
Meckenheim 
D.Holocaust 
[Deported from 

Kbln to Minsk 

in 1942] 



FROM PAGE 779 



B.I 0/9/1 904 

Leiwen 
D.Holocaust 
[Deported from 
Kbln to Minsk 
in 1942] 
[Parents: Karl and 
Emma (Loeb) Schloss] 



GUNTHER 



lUSS 



B.9/28/1932 
Meckenheim 
D.Holocaust 
[Deported from 

Kbln to Minsk 

in 1942] 



798 



THE HERZ FAMILY #2 FROM SCHWFINHFIM 
CHILDREN OF HERMANN AND CLARA fWEISSl HFR7 

FROM PAGE 775 




B.9/23/1811 
Meckenheim 

D.9/24/1811 
Meckenheim 



ABRAHAM - 
(Avraham ben 

Yosef) 
HIRZ 



JOSEPH 



HERZ 



- HELENE 
WAHER 
(Hendel bat 
Asher) 

rw*zi 




B.9/4/1813 
Meckenheim 

D.3/10/1887 
Ahrweiler 

[Buried in 

Ahrweiler 



B.9/6/1820 

D.12/ /1 902 

Ahrweiler 
[Buried in 
Ahrweiler] 



B.2/14/1816 
Meckenheim 

D.3/27/1817 
Meckenheim 



B.5/2/1845 B. 



HEYMANN - KAROLINE 
(Shlomo ben GARTNER 

Yosef) 
UIEZ 



D.5/2/1918 
Ahrweiler 
[Buried in 
Ahrweiler] 



D. 



B.I 1/5/1841 B.1841 

D.11/13/1913 D.1919 

[Buried in 
Ahrweiler] 



799 



THE HERZ FAMILY #2 FRO M SCHWEINHFIM 
CHILDREN OF MEYER JOSEPH AND GIRIL f SELIGMANN HEYMANNH HFR7 



FROM PAGE 775 



From 
Page 
334 



SIMON - HANNELE 
BEHR 

VON GELDERN 


B.I 764 
Deutz 

D.2/12/1820 

Koln-Mulheim 
Occ.Choir Singer 


B. 

D.1805 
K6ln-Mulheim 



[Simon Von Geldern was a relative of Heinrich Heine] 



[Lived at Freiheit StraSe 192 in 
Koln-Mulheim, where the town's 
synagogue was located] 




To 

.Page 

801 



B.1793 

Schweinheim 
D.1852 

Bonn-Godesberg 
oo5/14/1834 

Bonn 



LAZARUS - SIBILLA 
SIMON BAER 



V QNQ 



ELDERN 



B.Before 1 805 
Koln-Mulheim 
D.I 866-73 



B.I 796 
D.1882 



B. 
D. 



BERNHARD 
VON 



AMALIE 
HERZ 



GB-PEW 



B.1833 

Koln-Mulheim 
D.ll/15/1866 

Bonn-Godesberg 



B.4/6/1837 
Bonn-Godesberg 

D. 



JOSEPH - SETTA 




(Jetta?) 




HERZ 




WIER 


HEIM* 


B.I 830 




B.1841 


Bonn 




Bonn-Godesberg 


D.1910 




D. 


Bonn 






-3/13/1873 




Bonn-Godesberg 








LEVY 






WIERHEIM* 





Sometimes 

spelled 

Wirheim 



B.I 874 
D.1874 



800 



THE HERZ F AMIU # 2 FRQM S CH WEINHEIM 
CHILDREN OF MEYER JOSEPH AND GIRIL (SELIGMANN HEYMANN^ HERZ 



FROM PAGE 775 



From 
Page_ 
800 ~ 



SELIGMANN - 



ROSINA 
HERZ 



ARQN 



[This Seligmann Aron is an ancestor of the Seligmann 
Aron on Page 773.] 



B. B.I 800 

Kirspenich Aschaffensburg/Main 

D. D. 

co1816 
Munstereifel 



801 



THE HERZ FAMILY #2 FROM SCHWFINHFIM 

THE BERLIN/SCHMIT7 FA MILY FROM fiFI SHORF 

THE DANIEL FAMILY OF M ERZBACH AND KIRCHHFIM 





JOSEPH - GUDULA 




ABRAHAM JACOB 




BER 


LIN 




Bx.1715 


B. 


D.Before 1 799 


D. 


Gelsdorf 





DANIEL BERLIN - BREILE SALM 


(Daniel Joosel) (Preilen Salomon) 


(Daniel Geisel) 


(Daniel Joseph) 


SCHMnV* 


B.1755 


8. 


Gelsdorf/ 




Meckenheim 




D.After 1829 


D. 


[According to Dr. Ralph 




N. Baer, Daniel Berlin 




was also known as 




George Schmitz - 




Page 777] 





LEIB - GUDULA 


MOISES 


BERLIN> 


SCHMITZ* 


B.c.1 751-62 


B.I 766 


Gelsdorf 


Beuel 


D.I 834 


D.1841 


Bonn 


Bonn 


Occ.Horse dealer 





To 

.Page 

803 



To Page 806 



To Page 848 



> Name changed from Berlin to Schmitz in 1 808. 



802 



THE HERZ FAMILY #2 FROM SCHWEINHEIM 

THE BERLIN/SCHMITZ FAMILY FROM GELSDQRF 

THE DANIEL FAMILY OF MERZBACH AND KIRCHHEIM 

CHIIPREN QF JOSEPH ANP CUPULA (AB RAHAM JACOB) BERLI N 

FROM PAGE 802 



From 

Page_ 

802 



WOLF BERLIN* - 
(Hieronymus) 



JOHANNA 
NATHAN 



B. 



D. 



- JOSEPHINA 
SCHWARZ 
(RACHEL 
SELIGMANN)* * 
SCHMiTT 



B.c.1751-62 

Gelsdorf 
D.9/29/1824 

Meckenheim 



B.c.1 782 

Liblar 
D.4/25/1843 

Meckenheim 



* = Name changed from Berlin to Schmitz 
in 1808 



To 

.Page 

804 



* * = Her second husband was 

Andreas Bier. (See Page 321) 



To Page 854 

To Page 890 



803 



THE HERZ FAMILY #2 FROM SCHWEINHEIM 

THE BERLIN/SCHMITZ FAMILY FR OM GELSDORF 

THE DANIEL FAMII Y OF MERZBACH A ND KIRCHHFIM 

CHILDREN OF JOSEPH AND CUPULA (AB RAHAM JACOBS RFRI 1M 

FROM PAGE 802 



From 

Page_ 

803 



From 
Page 
775 



To 

-Page 

805 



(Also on Page 775) 
(Gelsdorf-lfllQ) 



LEIB JACOB - HENRILLA 
LEIB MARX 
WEISS 



B. 
D. 



B, 



CAIso on Paott 77S) 



D. 



MICHAEL 
[BERLIN] 
SCHMIT2 
B.1759 

Gelsdorf 
D.5/9/1809 
Meckenheim 



HERMANN 
MARX 
[HIRZ] 
HERZ 



B.1783 

Schweinheim 
D.9/14/1829 

Meckenheim 
«>3/21/1810 

Occ. Retailer, 
Butcher 



To Page 778 

To Page 799 



CLARA 
WEISS 
[Also known as 
Clara Schneider, 
formerly known 
as Sara Leib] 



B.I 774 

Katenborn/Altenahr 
D.5/15/1820 

Meckenheim 



804 



THE HERZ FAMILY #2 FROM S CHWEIIMHEIM 

THE BERLIN/SCHM1TZ FAMILY FROM GELSDQRF 

THE DANIEL FAMILY OF MERZBACH AND KIRCHHEIM 

CHILDREN OF JOSEPH AND CUPULA (ABRAHAM JACOBS BERLIN 

FROM PAGE 802 

(Afso on Fare UQ) 



MENDEL - 



B. 
D. 



B. 
D. 



.To Page 320 



(Also on Paae 320) 



SELIGMANN- ROSGEN 
(Koetgen?) 

B.c. 1779 
Liblar 
D. 



B\LUK 
JOSEPH 



MENpg, 



B.I 7 
D. 



From 

Page. 

804 



B.17 
D. 



To Page 320 



SAMUEL ISAAC - LENA JOSEPH 

BERLIN 



_LEYL 



(Also on Page $2Q) 



Jo Page 320 



JACOB ZWI - SIBILLA 
(Beile) 
SELIGMANN 
BERLIN> 

S CHMir 



B.1761 

D.1836 

Combahn 
Occ.Butcher 



B.1769 

Gelsdorf 
D.1845 

Combahn 



B.C. 1763 

Gelsdorf 
D.1/30/1853 

Meckenheim 



B.c. 1761 

Liblar 
D.l 1/13/1831 

Meckenheim 



To Pages 806 and 912 



* = The family name was switch- 
ed back to Berlin before Jacob Zwi 
died. 



805 



THE HERZ FAMILY #2 FROM SCHWFIN1HFIM 

THE BERLIN/SCHMI TZ FAMILY FROM GELSDQRF 

THE DANIEL FAMILY OF MERZBACH A ND KIRCHHEIM 

CHILDREN OF DANIEL AND BREILE f£AI M) BERLIN>SCHMIT7 



FROM PAGE 802 



From 
Page 
704 



JOSEF I - REGINA 
(Yosef Daniel) HERZ 

BERLIN> 
DANIEL* 



B.I 785 

Gelsdorf 
D.1870 

Merzbach 



From 
Page 
805 



EIDEL 
BERLIN 
(Odile Schmitz) 



To 

.Page 

811 



LIGEN 

BERLIN 

(Helene Schmitz) 



B.I 794 

Schweinheim 
D. 

Merzbach 



B.5/14/1791 

Ipplendorf 
D. 



B.I 2/3/1793 

Ippiendorf 
D. 



From 
Page 
670 



MICHAEL 



SOPHIA 
MENDEL BURG 
B.c.1 803 

Essen 
D.7/3/1838 

Meckenheim 
»11/7/1836 

Adendorf 



GUDUL^ 
DANIEL 



3mm. 



(Ftamersheim) I 



LEOPOLD - VERONIKA 

(Jehudah ben "Verona" 
Yosef) (Leib) WENDEL 
PAN I El 



To 
.Page 
807 



B.12/14/1819 
Merzbach 

D.12/21/1896 
Kuchenheim 

Occ.Merchant 



B.7/9/1813 
Flame rsheim 

D.Before 1896 
Kirchheim 



B.12/17/1801 
Meckenheim 

D.1 0/26/1 897 
Meckenheim 

»9/10/1840 
Adendorf 

Occ. Horse trader 



B.10/14/1817 
Ipplendorf 

D.1 0/25/1 905 
Meckenheim 



To Page 961 

To Pages 807,962 



To Page 812 



Jacques Wolff, age 36 
(born c.1777), and 
Jacques Sommer, age 
48 (born c.1765),were 
the witnesses listed on 
Veronika Wendel's 
■ birth certificate. 



806 



THE HERZ FAMILY #2 FROM SCHWEINHEIM 

THE BERLIN/SCHMIT7 FAMILY FRO M GELSDORF 

THE DANIEL FAMII Y OF MERZBACH AND K1RCHHEIM 

CHILDREN OF JOSEF T AND REGINA (HERZ) BERLIN>DANIFI 



FROM PAGE 806 



From 
Page 
704 



From 
Page. 
806 



(Also on Paae 729) 



AARON 
WOLF 



8. 
D. 



HENRIETTE 
(Jetta Leib 
bat Mordechai) 
HERZ 



JOSEF II 

(Tzvi ben 

Yosef) 



ISAAK 



GUDULA 
DANIEL 



MARX 



B. 
D. 



DANIEL 



To 
Page 
808 



B.8/3/1824 

Kr.Rheinbach 
D. 



To Page 698 



B.4/5/1822 
Wormersdorf 

D.I 2/29/1 860 
Kirchheim 

Occ.Butcher 



B.1826 

Flamersheim 
D.1887 

Kirchheim 



From 

Page 
806 



\{Also on Page 967) 



LEOPOLD 
(Jehudah ben 
Yosef Tzvi) 
"Leib" 



SARAH 
BERLIN 



DANIEL 



B.6/17/1856 
Kirchheim 

D.12/6/1917 
Kirchheim 



B.10/13/1860 

Meckenheim 
D.1938 

Kirchheim 



To Page 828 



MICHAEL 



DANIEL 



B. 

Flamersheim 
D. 1866 
[Austro- 
Prussian 
War] 



"SEHN" 



DANIEL 



B. 



Kirchheim 



D, 



807 



THE HERZ FAMILY #2 FROM SCHWEINHEIM 

THE BERLIN/SCHMITZ FAMILY FROM GELSDORF 

THE DANIEL FAMILY OF MERZBACH AND KIRCHHEIM 

CHILDREN OF JOSEF I AND REGINA (HERZ^ BERLIN>DANIEL 



FROM PAGE 806 



From 
Page 
729 

From I 

Page J 

807 




(Also on Paae 776) 



SALOMON - HENR1ETTE 
(Shfomo ben DANIEL 

Yosef) 
HERZ 



B.8/7/1827 

Schweinheim 
D.1 0/3/1 911 

Schweinheim 
[He died in the 
street on his 
way home from 
Yom Kippur 
services in the 
synagogue.] 
oo1856 

OccHorse 
dealer 



SIMON 



ROSA 
JANSEN 



.DANIEL. 



8.3/19/1827 

Merzbach 
D.1 893 

Schweinheim 



B.1/30/1830 B. 
Merzbach 

D. D. 

oo6/10/1862 
Rheinbach 



B.1/7/1833 
Merzbach 
D. 



To Page 776 



808 



THE HERZ FAMIL Y #2 FROM SCHWEINHEIM 

THE BERLIN/SCHMITZ FAMILY FROM GELSDQRF 

THE DANIEL FAMILY OF MERZBACH AND KIRCHHFIM 

CHILDREN OF JOSEF I AND REGINA (HERZ) BERLIN>DANIFI 



FROM PAGE 806 



From 
Page 
667 



From 
Page. 
808 



{Also on Pace 663) 



DAVID 



SIBILLA 
SCHMfTZ 



PANjEl 



B.I 1/23/1835 

Merzbach 
D. 

colO/26/1865 

Rheinbach 
Occ.Butcher 




3.8/15/1835 
Ipplendorf 



B.2/6/1839 
Merzbach 
D. 



LEOPOLD 



DANIEL 



B.5/8/1866 

Kreis Rheinbach 
D. 



EVA 
DANIEL 



To 

-Page 
810 



HELENA 
DANIEL 



B.8/25/1867 


B.1 1/21/1869 


Kreis Rheinbach 


Meckenheim 


D. 


D. 



809 



THE HER2 FAMILY # 2 FROM SCHWE1NHEIM 

THE BERLIN/SCHMIT2 FAMILY FROM GELSDORF 

THE DANIEL FAMILY OF MERZBACH AND KIRCHHEIM 

CHILDREN OF DAVID AND SIBILLA (SCHMITZ) DANIEL 



FROM PAGE 809 



From 
Page 
707 



From 

Page_ 

809 



\(Alsq w ft<ft ?Q7) 



ISAAK 



JULIA 
(Gudula) 
DANIEL 



QSTER 



B.1 0/29/1 866 
Flamersheim 

D.1935 
Flamersheim 



B.1/1 5/1871 
Meckenheim 

D.1918 
Flamersheim 



JOSEPH 



DANIEL 



B.4/1 1/1873 
Meckenheim 
D. 



To Page 708 



810 



THE HERZ FAMIL Y #2 FROM SCHWEINHEIM 

THE BERLIN/SCHMITZ FAMILY FROM GELSDORF 

THE DANIEL FAMILY OF MERZBACH AND KIRCHHEIM 

CHILDREN OF DANIEL AND BREILE (SALM^ BERLIN>SCHMIT7 



FROM PAGE 802 



From 
Paae 
















806 










HENDEL 

BERLIN 

(Hendel Geisel) 


MARYEM 
BERLIN 
(Anne Schmitz) 


SALOMON 
DANIEL 

BERLIN 


JACOB 
(Jacques 
Joseph) 
PWUN 



B.5/19/1799 

Ersdorf 
D. 



B.1/29/1801 B.8/18/1803 
Ersdorf Ersdorf 

D. D. 



B.2/16/1805 

Ersdorf 
D.5/1 1/1805 

Ersdorf 



811 



THE HERZ FAMI1 Y #2 FROM SPHWFINHFIM 

THE BERLIN/SCHMIT7 FAMILY FROM cfi <;nnP F 

THE DANIEL FAM1I Y OF MERZBACH AM D KIRCHHFIM 

CHILDREN OF LEOPOLD AND VERONIIKA f WENDEI ^ HAMIFI 

FROM PAGE 806 



From 
Page 
670 



DANIEL - HENRIETTE 
DANIEL 

ARENSBERG 



B.6/10/1861 

Flerzheim 
D. 



[See note on 
Page 964] 



MARCUS 



JULIA 
(Gudula) 
DANIEL 



B.7/3/1859 
Flamersheim 

D.Holocaust 
Much,Germany 

4/8/1941 

From 
Page 
1282 



WE;B£ R 



B.1/1/1841 
Oberdrees 

D.1912 
Rheinbach 



From 
Page 
806 
To 

Page 

I 816 



(Also on Page $$$}\ 



B.1845 

Flamersheim 
D.1925 

[Buried in 
Glehn] 



MICHAEL - HELENE 
(Menachem ben BERLIN 

Jehudah) 
DANIEL 



B.2/13/1847 
Kirchheim 

D.8/2/1918 
Kirchheim 



To Page 813 



B.5/2/1851 

Meckenheim 
D.I 0/30/1 920 



To Page 814 



BERNHARD - PAULA 
WOLF 

ARENSBERG 



B.1 1/22/1894 
Flamersheim 
D.Holocaust 
Maidanek 
9/24/1942 



LEO 



ARENSBERG 



B.1/1/1898 B. 1/7/1898 

Kelz/Diiren Flamersheim 
D.Holocaust D. 



[Parents: Jacob 
and Amalia 
(Meyer) Wolf] 



MAX - 
"Wunderdohse" 

AREN SBE R Q 



B.9/8/1905 
Flamersheim 

D.4/ /1 976 
New York 



VERONA 
ARENSBERG 



B. 
Flamersheim 

D. 



KURT 



ARENSBERG 



B.2/23/1925 
Kelz/Duren 
D.Holocaust 
[Deported to 
Maidanek] 




B.3/25/1945 
New York 

D.3/5/2000 



812 



THE HER? FAMII Y # ? FROM SCHWEINHFIM 

THE BERLIN/SCHMITZ FAMILY FROM GFI SDORF 

THE DANIEL FAMILY OF MERZBACH AND KIRCHHFIM 

CHILDREN OF MARCUS AND JULIA (DANIEL) WEBER 



FROM PAGE 812 



LEVI - JOHANNA 

ROSENBERG 
SCHNOCK 



B.1846 

D.I 930 
[Buried in 
Hoelchrath] 



B. 



D. 



fHochkirchen) 



ROSA 
WEBER 



SCHWARZ 



ABRAHAM 

(Albert) 



REGINA 
WEBER 



B. 
D. 



B.3/9/1879 
Oberdrees 
D.HoIocaust 



SCHNOCK 



B.3/14/1883 

Glehn 
D. 

[Survived the 
Holocaust. 
Deported to 

Riga, Latvia in 
1941. Brought 
to Sweden in 
June,1945] 
oclO/29/1912 
Rheinbach 



HERMANN 



H1RZMANN 



WEBER 



B.1/25/1883 
Oberdrees 

D.HoIocaust 
c.1944 

[Deported to 

Riga.Latvia in 

1941] 



B.11/20/1885B. 

Oberdrees Rheinbach 

D.I 91 4-1 8 D. 

Killed in 

World War I 



- HENRIETTE 
"Henni" 
SCHNOCK 
GRADUS 




B. 



Duisburg- 
Hamborn 



D. 



B.2/2/1920 
Glehn 

D.HoIocaust 
[Deported to 
Stutthof (near 
Danzig)] 



B.l 1/22/1913 

Glehn 
D.HoIocaust 

Stutthof [near Danzig] 

3/31/1945 
[Deported to 
Riga, Latvia in 
1941] 



813 



THE HERZ FAMILY #2 FROM SCHWEINHEIM 

THE BERLIN/SCHMITZ FAMILY FROM GEI.SnORF 

THE DANIEL FAMILY OF MERZBACH AND KIRCHHEIM 

CHILDREN OF MICHAEL AND HELENE (BE RLINS DANIEL 

FROM PAGE 812 




(Euskfrchen) 
JACOB 

DANIEL 



FREDERICKE 



DANIEL 



B.7/3/1881 B.1883 

Flamersheim Kirchheim 
D. D.1917 

Kirchheim 



B.8/2/1891 
Kirchheim 
D.Holocaust 



(Demmelsdorf) 



DAVID 



REGINA 
DANIEL 



HERMANN 



B.5/30/1879 

D.Holocaust 
[Deported from 
Nuremberg to 
Theresienstadt] 



To 

.Page 

815 



JOHANNA 



PANIEl 



B. 



Kirchheim 



B. 



D. 



D. 




B.11/4/1914 
Euskirchen 



Occ. Works for 
Chevrolet- 
Gsneral Motors 



BILLA 
HERMANN 



TANNER 



(London) 



MARTHA 
HERMANN 



STANLEY 



D.6/ /1972 



B.l/21/1913 

Euskirchen 
D.ll/ /1980 



B.12/21/1912 




ELLEN S. 
HERMAN 



AZAREL 



B.6/29/1918 
Euskirchen 



ROBERT 



ANfTA 



B.6/14/1950 



STANLEY 



B.3/12/1945 B.10/12/1957 B. 



(Studied in 
Marburg) 



B. 



SARAH 
STANLEY 



ANDREW 
STANLY 



B. 



B. 



814 



THE HERZ FAMILY #2 FROM SCHWEINHFIM 

THE BERLIN/SCHMITZ FAMILY FROM fiFI SnORF 

THE DANIEL FAMILY OF MERZBACH AND KIRCHHFIM 

CHILDREN OF MICHAEL AND HELENE fBF RLIN) DANIEL 



FROM PAGE 812 




Kirchheim 



D. 



D. 



815 



From 

Page_ 

812 



THE HERZ FAMILY #2 FROM SCHWEINHE1M 

THE BERL1N/SCHMITZ FAMILY FROM GELSDORF 

THE DANIEL FAMILY OF MERZBACH AND KIRCHHEIM 

CHILDREN OF LEOPOLD AND VERQNIKA (WENDELL DANIEL 

FROM PAGE 806 

From 
Page 
705 



(Ffamersheim) 



MOSES 



CAROLINE 
DANIEL 



_SE!ER 



B.8/16/1847 

Kalcar 
D. 



B.4/29/1849 
Flamersheim 
D. 



DAVID 



JEANETTE 
BEHR 



PANEL 



B.2/20/1853 
Flamersheim 

D.1 0/1 1/1925 
Bad Godesberg 

Occ.Landowner, 
Butcher Shop 



(Also on Page 773) 



HERMANN 
(Naftali) 



HELENA 
DANIEL 



HEEZ. 



B.2/7/1860 
Sindorf 

D.Holocaust 
Auschwitz 
9/17/1943 

[Deported from 

Westerbork] 



B.4/2/1854 

Schweinheim 
D.1 0/1 3/1 91 3 
Flamersheim 
«1888 

Occ.Textile, 
clothing dealer 



B.I 0/1 6/1 856 
Flamersheim 

D.1 0/1/1 925 
Flamersheim 



To Page 818 



To Page 773 




B.9/1 1/1879 B.8/25/1878 B.1/24/1882 B.3/25/1884 

Flamersheim Kalcar/Rhine Kuchenheim 

D. D.3/30/1964 D.5/28/1969 D.Holocaust 

Johannesburg, Johannesburg, Sobibor 
South Africa South Africa 5/21/1 943 



To Page 710 



816 



THE HERZ FAMILY #2 FROM SCHWFINHFIM 

THE BERLIN/SCHMITZ FAMILY FROM GELSDQRF 

THE DANIEL FAMILY OF MERZBACH AND KIRCHHEIM 

CHILDREN OF MOSES AND CAROLINE fDANIFI ^ SPIFR 

FROM PAGE 812 



From 
Paae 












816 










HENRIETTE 
SPIER 




WALTER 

SPIER 




B. 
D. 






B.3/25/1884 
D. 



817 



THE HERZ FAMILY *2 FROM SCHWEINHEIM 

THE BERLIN/SCHMITZ FAMILY FROM GEl SDORF 

THE DANIEL FAMILY OF M ERZBACH AND KIRCHHEIM 

CHILDREN OF DAVID AND JEANETTE fBEHRl DANIEL 

FROM PAGE 816 



FRIEDA 



DANIEL 



B.7/14/1887 
Kuchenheim 
D.Holocaust 
Auschwitz 
9/17/1943 
[Deported from 
Bad Godesberg 
on 7/14/1938 
and then from 
Westerbork] 



MORUZ 



ERNA 
ROSENFELD 



PAMEl 



ISIDOR - 
FELIX 



VERONA 
DANIEL 



B.1/25/1889 
Flamersheim 

D.4/29/1965 
Santiago,Chile 



HARTQCH 



B.3/1 1/1894 

Minden,Westphalia 
D. 



B.3/8/18871 
Sinzenich 

D.Holocaust 
Minsk 




B.7/1 5/1890 
Flamersheim 

D.Holocaust 
Poland 



B.7/8/1892 
Flamersheim 

D.2/20/1917 
World War I 
(killed in action) 

Occ.Salami and 
wurst factory 





B.1933 


B.7/22/1920 


B.7/27/1922 


B.1/17/19; 


Flamersheim 








D.I 942 


D.Holocaust 


D.Holocaust 


D.Holocaust 


Santiago,Chile 


Poland 


Poland 


Poland 


1942 


1942? 


1942? 





818 



THE HERZ FAMILY #? FRQM SCHWEINHEIM 

THE BERLIN/SCHMITZ FAMILY FROM GELSDQRF 

THE DANIEL FAMILY OF MERZBACH AND KIRCHHE1M 

CHILDREN OF DAVID AND JEANETTE (BEHR^ DANIEL 



FROM PAGE 816 




B.8/5/1894 

Flamersheim 
D.Holocaust 
Sobibor 
5/21/1943 
[Deported from 
Westerbork] 
Occ.Cattle, horse 
dealer 



(Julianalaan 207. Bilthoven\ utrecht) 



JACOB 



HELENE 
DANIEL 



SCHEUER 



B.I 0/1 4/1 886 

Sinzenich 
D.Hofocaust 

Auschwitz 

7/7/1944 
»1921 

Occ.Cattle dealer 



(Amsterdam) 



DR. EDMUND - 
(M.D.) 

STflN 



MARTHA 
DANIEL 



To 

.Page 

824 



B.1 1/6/1898 
Flamersheim 
D.Holocaust 
Auschwitz 
2/28/1945 
[Deported from 
Sinzenich and 
Westerbork] 



B.7/7/1891 
Paderborn, 
E.Westphalia 

D.6/30/1953 
Driebergen, 
Netherlands 

Occ.Eye Doctor 



B.I 2/2/1 900 
Flamersheim 

D.1 0/3/1 985 
Amsterdam 



ERNST 



SCHEUER 



WALTER 



ILSE 
SCHEUER 



B.2/17/1923 

Sinzenich 
D.Holocaust 

Senftenberg 

4/16/1945 
[Deported from 
Westerbork to 
Theresienstadt 
1/20/1944 and 
to Auschwitz 
5/16/1944. He 
had fled to Bilthoven, 
Neth. before the war.] 



NATHAN 



WALTER 



RUTH 
SCHEUER 



B.1/8/1921 
Altdorf,Pfalz 

D.8/13/1993 
Birmingham, AL 

oo1/21/1949 
Birmingham, AL 

Occ.Owner of 
ready-to-wear 
fashions store 



_S!EG 



LER. 



B.2/20/1924 
Sinzenich 



B.1 2/2/1 922 

Geraldstein 
D.9/23/1968 

Birmingham, AL 
«.2/20/1949 

St.Joseph,MO 
Occ. Sales 

representative 



B.4/22/1927 
Sinzenich 



Occ. Manager of 
ready-to-wear 
fashions store 



To Page 822 



DAVID 



DIANA 
NATHAN 



QQLDSTEIN 



B.8/29/1949 
Manchester,NH 



«6/24/l979 

Occ. St ore 
owner 



ROBERT 



SHARON 
NATHAN 



AYRES 



B.7/20/1950 
Birmingham,AL 



Occ. Physical 
Therapist 



B.I 0/30/1 945 
New York 



co8/16/1981 

Wrentham,MA 
Occ .Teacher 



B.I 0/1 0/1 952 
Atlanta,GA 



To Page 820 



Occ.Graphic 
Designer 
To Page 821 



819 



THE HERZ FAMHY #2 FRQM SCHWEINHE1M 

THE BERLIN/SCHMITZ FAMILY FROM GELSDORF 

THE DANIEL FAMILY OF MERZBACH AND KIRCHHEIM 

CHILDREN OF DAVID AND DIANA fNATHAN^ GOLDSTEIN 

FROM PAGE 819 



MIRIAM 
GOLDSTEIN 




B.10/21/1980 
Manchester,NH 



B.1 0/1 5/1 982 
Manchester,NH 



B.I 0/7/1 985 
Manchester,NH 



Occ.Bio-chemist 



820 



THE HERZ FAMILY #2 FROM SCHWFINHFIM 

THE BERLIN/SCHMITZ FAMILY FROM GELSDORF 

THE DANIEL FAMILY OF MERZBACH AND KIRCHHEIM 

CHILDREN OF ROBERT AND SHARON (NATHANS AYRES 

FROM PAGE 819 



DANIEL 



AYRES 



B.I 2/27/1 985 
Wrentham.MA 



RACHEL 
AYRES 



B.8/7/1991 



Occ.Student 



Occ.Student 



821 



THE HERZ FAMILY #2 FROM SCHWEINHEIM 

THE BERL1N/SCHMITZ FAMILY FROM GELSDQRF 

THE DANIEL FAMILY OF MERZBACH AND KIRCHHEIM 

CHILDREN OF WALTER AND RUTH fSCHEUER^ SIE6LER 

FROM PAGE 819 



(Tenafiv.NJ) 



STEVEN 



FRANCES 
BRADY 



SIEGLER 



(Sacramento.CA) 



JOEL 



ANNETTE 
SIEGLER 



LEOL 



B.9/20/1952 
StJoseph,MO 



Occ.Retail 
President 



DANE. - CINDY LEE 
COHEN 

SBSUER 



B.10/7/1954 B.5/3/1956 
Washington,DC San Francisco,CA 



Occ.Attorney 



B.8/14/1954 
St.Joseph.MO 



Occ. Nurse 



B.I 2/5/1 960 
Birmingham,AL 



Occ.Certified 
Public 
Accountant 



To Page 823 



B.I 0/28/1 961 
Valdosta,GA 



Occ.LCSW,Dept. 
of Veterans 
Affairs 



To Page 823 



LINDSAY 
SIEGLER 




JULIE MICHELLE 
SIEGLER 



B. 10/11/1984 B.5/31/1987 
New York New York 



B.6/23/1993 
New York 



Occ.Student Occ.Student 



Occ.Student 



822 



THE HERZ FAMILY #2 FROM SCHWEINHEIM 

THE BERLI N/SCHMITZ FAMILY FROM GELSDORF 

THE DANIEL FAMILY OF MERZBACH AND KIRCHHEIM 

CHILDREN OF JOEL AND ANNETTE (SIEGLER^ LEVY 

FROM PAGE 822 















ADAM WALTER 

LEVY 




EVAN MICHAEL 

LEVY 



8.2/12/1986 
Sacramento,CA 



B.5/28/1988 
Sacramento.CA 



CHILDREN OF DAN AND CINDY LEE f COHENS SIEGLER 

FROM PAGE 822 



BEN MILES 



JISIEL 



BLAIR ELIZABETH 
SIEGLER 



B.9/9/1990 
Atlanta.GA 



B.2/24/1992 
Atlanta,GA 



823 



THE HERZ FAMILY #2 FROM SCHWEINHFIM 

THE BERLIN/SCHMITZ FAMILY FROM GFLSDQRF 

THE DANIEL FAMILY OF MERZBACH AND KIRCHHFIM 

CHILDREN OF DAVID AND JEANETTE (BEHR^ DANIEL 



FROM PAGE 816 



From 

Page_ 

819 



\(Utrecht.Netherlands) 



ROBERT 



ANNIE 
HEERTJES 



PANEL, 



B.9/6/1904 
Flamersheim 

D.3/20/1988 
Utrecht, 
Netherlands 



B.9/14/1915 
's-Hertogenbosh, 
Netherlands 



DAAN 



- SHULAMITH 
PACKTER 



DANIEL 



B.6/24/1947 
Utrecht, 
Netherlands 



(London) 



DAVID CHARLES - HADASSA 
(Meshulam) DANIEL 

HACKENBROCH 



B.9/21/1951 
Enschede, 
Netherlands 



B.3/24/1943 
London 



B.4/14/1949 
Utrecht, 
Netherlands 



To Page 826 



CHANAN - RUCHAMA 
ADINA 
DANIEL 

RABER 



B. 



coS/29/1991 
Amsterdam 



ELIAHOE 
NESSANEL 



RIVKA 
LICHTENSTEIN 



PANIEl 



B.9/28/1972 
Amsterdam 



B.10/11/1974 
Amsterdam 



To 

-Page 
825 



YOSSI 



SHIFRA 

CHAGITH 

DANIEL 



KAHN 



B. 



B. 



To Page 824A 



B.9/23/1975 
Amsterdam 



Amsterdam 

To Page 824B 



SHIMON 


MALKA 




YEHOEDA 


YISROEL 




SIMCHE 


AVRAHAM 


NECHEMYA 






LEIB 






BUNIM 


JESHAJA 


RABER 


RABER 




RAPER 


RABER 




RABER 


RABER 



ZL 



JOSEF 



RABER 



B. 



B. 



B. 



B. 



B. 



B. 



B. 



824 



THE HERZ FAMILY #2 FROM SCHWEINHEIM 

THE BERLIN/SCHMITZ FAMILY FROM GELSDORF 

THE DANIEL FAMILY OF MERZBACH AND KIRCHHEIM 

CHILDREN OF ELIAHOE AND RIVKA fLICHTENSTEIN^ DANIFI 

FROM PAGE 824 













1 


1 




1 






EFRAIM 
DANIEL 


PERL 
DANIEL 




YOCHEVED 
DANIEL 




YEHUDA 

ZEV 
DANEL 



B. 



B. 



B. 



B. 



824A 



THE HERZ FAMILY «? FROM SCHWFINHFIM 

THE BERLIN/SCHMITZ FA MILY FROM GELSDORF 

THE DANIEL FAMILY OF MERZBACH AND KIRCHHEIM 

CHILDREN OF YOSSI AND S HIFRA (DANIEI ^ KAHN 

FROM PAGE 824 



1 


1 




1 






BROCHO 
ROES 

KAHN 


AHARON 
LAPIDOS 

KAHN 




CHAJA 
SORO 
MINDEL 
KAHN 




KALMAN 
KOLONIMOS 

KAHN 



B. 



B. 



B. 



B. 



824B 



THE HERZ FAMII Y #2 FROM SCHWFINMFIM 

THE BERLIN/SCHMIT7 FAMILY FROM GFI SnORF 

THE DANIEL FAMILY O F MERZBACH AND KIRCHHFIM 

CHILDREN OF DAAN AND SHULAMITH fP ACKTER^ DANIFI 



FROM PAGE 824 



From 

Page_ 

824 



MISCHA 

(Mischoel 

Jissachar) 



■ SHELLY 
ENGELSTEIN 



DANIEL 



CHANANJA 
A2RIEL 



B. 1/29/1 982 
Amsterdam 



B. 



DANIEL, 



B. 11/10/1983 
Amsterdam 



HANANIAH - 


MERAV 


LEV 


LASKER 


MACHAL 
DANIEL 



B.4/5/1983 
Bogota, 
Colombia 



B.9/7/1986 
Amsterdam 



ool/H/2005 
Jerusalem 



825 



THE HERZ FAMILY #2 FROM SH HWEINHEIM 

THE BERLIN/SCHMITZ FAMILY FROM GELSDORF 

THE DANIEL FAMILY OF MERZBACH AND KIRCHHEIM 

CHILDREN OF DAVID AND HADASSA (DANIELS HACKENRROCH 



FROM PAGE 824 



JULIAN - MALKA 
(Yitzchak Yehudah) (Chaya) 
HACKENBROCH 
SCHARFER 



B. 



B.5/7/1972 



MICHAEL 
(Akiva) 



NAOMI 
HIRSCH 



HACKENBROCH 



B.I 1/26/1973 



To 

-Page 

827 



JOSEPH 
(Boruch) 



GILA YAEL 
KLOPMANN 



HACKENBROCH 



B. 



B.4/1/1975 B. 



AHARON 

YOSEF 

1 SCHARFER 



ELIYOHU 



SCHARFER 



B. 



B. 



ABIGAIL 



SCHARFER 



SHOSHANA 



SCHARFER 



B. 



TZIVIA 

ESTHER 

HACKENBROCH 



B. 



YEHUDA 
GAVRIEL 
HACKENBROCH I 



B. 



B. 



826 



THE HERZ FAMILY #2 FROM SCHWEINHEIM 

THE BERLIN/SCHMITZ FAMILY FROM GELSDQRF 

THE DANIEL FAMILY Q F MERZBACH AND KIRCHHEIM 

CHILDREN OF DAVID AND HADASSA (DANIELS HACKENBROCH 



FROM PAGE 824 



From 

Page_ 

826 



JONATHAN 
(Yonathan Yitzchak) 

HACKENPRQCH 



LEONARD 
(Shimmon Aryeh) 



HACKENPRQCH 



SARAH 
(Tsipporo Soroh) 
HACKENBROCH 



B.7/15/1977 



B.4/26/1980 



B.2/19/1986 



827 



THE Hg R Z FAMiU #2 FROM SCHWEINH E1 M 

THE BERLIN/SCHMITZ FAMILY FROM GELSDQRF 

THE DANIEL FAMILY OF MERZBACH AND KIRCHHE1M 

CHILDREN OF LEOPOLD AND SARAH (BERLIN) DANIEL 



FROM PAGE 807 



HENRIETTE 



PANEL 



B.8/12/1890 

Kirchheim 
D.Holocaust 

4/8/1941 
[Deported 
from Kirchheim] 



(Duisdorf near Bonn) 



JAKOB 



SELMA 

(Salome) 

LEVEN 



DANIEL 




B.7/3/1930 
Kirchheim 
D.Holocaust 
[Deported from 
Bonn to Poland] 
[Her father was 
Joseph Kahn, 
according to 
Frieda Daniel 
Roven's 
testimony] 



B.1/17/1893 

Kirchheim 
D.Holocaust 

Theresienstadt 
[Deported from 
Bonn] 
Occ.Butcher 



To 

-Page 

829 



JOSEF - ROSACARLA 
FRIEDEMANN 

DANIEL 



B.1 1/19/1895 
Bonn-Endenich 

D.Holocaust 
Theresienstadt 

[Deported from 

Bonn] 



B.I 894 

Kirchheim 
D.196... 

Occ.Baker, 
Conditor 



,FL 



B. 

Altstadt,Westerwald 

D. 

,FL 




8.5/1 1/1927 

Bonn-Endenich 
D.Holocaust 

Theresienstadt 
[Deported from 
Bonn] 



828 



THE HERZ FAMILY #? FROM SCHWEINHEIM 

THE BERLIN/SCHM1T? FAMILY FROM GELSDQRF 

THE DANIEL FAMILY OF MERZBACH AND KIRCHHEIM 

CHILDREN OF LEOPOLD AND SARAH (BERLINS DANIEL 



FROM PAGE 807 



From 
Page 
1253 



From 

Page. 
828 



(Also on Paae 1266) 1 



CARL 
(Karl) 



THEKLA 
WOLF 



PANIEL 



B.8/12/1896 

Kirchheim 
D.9/ /1991 

,NJ 
Occ.Cattle dealer 



To 

-Page 

834 



B.1 2/27/1 904 

Mertloch 
D.6/3/1978 

Miami Beach, FL 




B.5/23/1931 
Kirchheim 



«12/1/1956 

Plainfield,NJ 
Occ.Cattle 
dealer 



B.10/1/1938 
Plainfield,NJ 

D.1 2/4/2005 
Flemington,NJ 



GUNTHER - MILDRED 
"Jerry" STRAUSS 

DANIEL 



FRED 
"Freddy" 



VIVIAN 
LOWENSTEIN 



B.1 0/1 1/1934 B.9/1 5/1940 
Kirchheim New York 



DANIEL 



B.4/20/1943 
Flemington,NJ 

«12/23/1967 



~10/28/1961 

New York New York 

Occ.Cattle Occ.Administra- Occ.Auctioneer, 

dealer tive Assistant, Cattle dealer 

Accountant 
To Page 832 To Page 833 



B.10/12/1946 
Bronx.NY 



LORI JEAN 
DANIEL 



RICHARD - ERICA BETH 
DANIEL 

W1NEBRENNER 



B.1 2/28/1 958 
Flemington,NJ 



B.5/19/1960 
Flemington.NJ 



«4/16/1988 
Martinsville,NJ 



To 

.Page 

831 



FREDDI 



- ABBYSUE 
DANIEL 



SftQPtyANN 



B.B.5/25/1961 
Columbus,OH 



B.9/5/1957 
Vienna 



oo6/6/1999 
Weehawken.NJ 



To Page 830 
829 



B.1 2/27/1 963 
Flemington.NJ 



To Page 830 



THE HERZ FAMILY #2 FROM SCHWFINHFIM 

THE BERLIN/SCHMIT Z FAMILY FROM GELSDQRF 

THE DANIEL FAMILY OF MERZBACH AN D KIRCHHEIM 

CHILDREN OF RICHARD AND ERICA (DANIEL) WINEBRENNER 

FROM PAGE 829 



KERI 



WINEPRENNER 



B.9/1 1/1993 




B.1 2/28/1 999 



Occ.Student 



Occ.Student 



SON OF FREPD1 AND AgBY (DANIEL ) BR OPMANN 

FROM PAGE 829 



LEO 
DANIEL 
PRQPMANN 



B.9/1 5/1 999 
Occ.Student 



830 



THE HERZ FAMILY #2 FROM SCHWEINHE1M 

THE BERLIN/SCHMITZ FAMILY FROM GELSDQRF 

THE DANIEL FAMILY OF MERZBACH AND K1RCHHFIM 

CHILDREN O F HENRY AND JUDITH (COHENS DANIEL 

FROM PAGE 829 



From 
Page. 
829 



GLEN - JENNIFER HEIDI 
DANIEL 

BNE 



B.9/26/1962 
Wayne.NJ 



«10/29/1999 
Morristown.NJ 



B.8.4/27/1967 
Flemington.NJ 



MIKAYLA 



_EiNL 



B.5/1 0/2000 



831 



ALAN 



THE HERZ FAMILY #2 FROM SPHWFINHFIM 

THE BERLIN/SCHMIT7 FAMILY FROM GELSDQRF 

THE DANIEL FAMILY OF M ERZBACH AND KIRCHHEIM 

CHILDREN OF JERRY AND MILDRED fSTRAUSS^ DANIFI 

FROM PAGE 829 



ZL 




B.4/1 7/1 962 
Flemington,NJ 



«2/27/1994 
Old Bridge,NJ 
Occ. Insurance 



B.4/25/1970 
Livingston.NJ 



Occ.Teacher 



SHAYNA EL1SE 



PANIEL 



B.4/13/1963 
Flemtngton,NJ 



Occ.Paralegal 



GREGORY LLOYD - LEE 

PERSONENI 

DANIEL 

B.12/14/1965 B.8/1 1/1972 
Flemington.NJ New York 

oo4/12/2003 

New York 
Occ.Financial Occ.Vice Presi- 
Planner dent, Wachovia 

Bank (New 
York) 



CARLY RACHEL 



PANEL 




B.1 1/25/1996 
New York 



B.5/20/1999 
Trenton.NJ 



B.3/28/2001 
Trenton, NJ 



B.4/1 4/1 987 B.6/23/1989 

Hackensack,NJ Hackensack.NJ 



Occ.Student 



Occ.Student 



Occ.Student 



Occ.Student 



832 



THE HERZ FAMILY #2 FROM SCHWFINHFIM 

THE BERUN/SPHMIT7 FAMILY FROM GELSDQRF 

THE DANIEL FAMILY OF MERZBACH AND KIRCHHFIM 

CHILDREN OF FRED AND VIVIAN fLOWFNSTEINn DANIFI 

FROM PAGE 829 

















JOEL 


- DEBORAH DAWN 
DANIEL 

TRACY 




JONATHAN JAY 

DANIEL 


B. 


B.3/1 5/1969 
Flemington,NJ 




B.2/22/1972 
Flemington,NJ 


1 












SHOSHANA 
TRACY 




DARA 
TRACY 





B. 



B. 



833 



THE HERZ FAMII Y * 2 FROM SCHWF1NHF1M 

THE BERUN/SCHM1T7 FAMILY FROM fiFI SHORE 

THE DANIEL FAMILY OF MERZBACH AND KIRCHHFIM 

CHILDREN OF LEOPQI D A ND SARAH fBFRLim DANIFI 



FROM PAGE 807 



From Page 532 



3 Other Sons 

4 Daughters 



NATHAN 



ROSA 

EMANUEL 



STERN 



B.1/3/1877 

Meinerzhagen 
D.8/ /1 941 



FRANZISKA 



STERN 




B.6/6/1879 

Olpe 
D.9/7/1951 

New York 



HERMANN 



B.7/ /1914 
Meinerzhagen 



B.1 0/22/1 911 B. 

Meinerzhagen 
D. D. 

Buenos Aires Buenos Aires 



HEDWIG 
"Hetty" 
STERN 
HEUMANN 



From 

Page. 

829 



B. 9/4/ 1907 
Friesheim 

D.2/19/1969 
New York 

[See note, top 

of Page 426] 



MAX 



- JOSEPHINE 
MEYER 



PANIEl 



B.3/16/1898 

Kirchheim 
D.9/ /1 970 

New York 
Occ.Tavern owner 



B.2/22/1911 
Heimerzheim near Bonn 



B.4/30/1913 
Meinerzhagen 

D.3/30/1982 
Baltimore, MD 



To 

.Page 

845 




± 



PETER 

NATHAN 

HEUMANN 



B.9/20/1934 



Occ. Insurance 

To Page 835 



B.4/27/1936 

Koln 
D.1 1/5/1997 

Monsey,NY 



B.8/14/1942 
Shanghai, China 

D.9/27/1943 
Shanghai,China 



RENE F. 



YVONNE 
HEUMANN 



PANlfl- 



B.2/17/1943 
New York 



oc6/5/1966 
Occ.Real Estate 

To Page 846 



B.I 0/5/1 944 
Shanghai.China 



834 



THE HERZ FAMILY #2 FROM SCHWFINHFIM 

THE BERL1N/SCHM1TZ FAMILY FROM GFI SDORF 

THE DANIEL FAMILY OF MERZBACH AND KIRCHHFIM 

CHILDREN OF ELI AND M IRIAM (DANIELS HIRSCH 

FROM PAGE 834 



EPHRAIM - SONJA NAOMI 
HIRSCH 

PIQCH 



B. 

oo2/3/1980 
Occ. 



B.8/3/1958 



MICHAEL - ESTHER 



BLQCH 



B.2/8/1981 B. 



NOSSON - YOCHEVED 
FREDDIE ADLER 

HIRSCH 



B.5/3/1960 



Occ. Insurance 

To Page 838 



B. 




To 

-Page 

842 



YOSSI - AVIVA 
ELAINE 
HIRSCH 
SCHMUTTER 



B. 



Occ. 



B.3/1 8/1964 



To Page 840 



To 
„Page 
"836 



ELIYOHU 



BLQCH 



B.7/23/1982 B.1/27/1984 



835 



THE HERZ FAMILY #2 FROM SCHWEINHFIM 

THE BERLIN/SCHMITZ FAMILY FROM GELSDQRF 

THE DANIEL FAMILY OF MERZBACH AND KIRCHHEIM 

CHILDREN OF EPHRAIM AND SONJA fHIRSCm BLOCH 

FROM PAGE 835 



From 
Paqe 






















1 
Ps 


ro 

>ge 
37 


835 




















8 


ELISHEVA 
BLOCH 




AHUVA 
BLOCH 




LEAH 
BLOCH 




YEHUDA 
BLOCH 






B.2/3/1990 




B. 1/3/1993 






B.1/30/1987 




B.8/1/1988 





836 



THE HERZ FAMILY # 2 FROM SCHWEINHFIM 

THE BERLIN/SCHMITZ FAMILY FROM GELSDQRF 

THE DANIEL FAMILY OF MERZBACH AND KIRCHHEIM 

CHILDREN OF EPHRAIM AND SQNJA fHIRSCH) BLQCH 

FROM PAGE 835 



From 
Page 












836 














YITZCHAK 




RAPHAEL 




BLOCH 




BLOCH 




B.2/28/199 


6 


B.7/3/1997 




Occ.St 


udent 




Occ.Student 



837 



THE HERZ FAMIIY # 2 FROM SCHWEINHEIM 

THE BERLIN/SCHMITZ FAMILY FROM GELSDQRF 

THE DANIEL FAMILY OF MERZBACH AND K1RCHHEIM 

CHILDREN OF NQSSQN AND YQCHEVED ( ADLER) HIRSCH 



FROM PAGE 835 



NAFTALI 



TOVA 
HIRSCH 



GERETZ 



BROCHA 
HIRSCH 



B. 




B. 11/12/1983 



B.12/7/1986 



B.12/7/1986 



MIRIAM 



stotz 



B. 



838 



THE HERZ FAMILY #2 FROM SCHWE1NHEIM 

THE BERLIN/SCHMITZ FAMILY FROM GELSDQRF 

THE DANIEL FAMILY QF MERZBACH AND KIRCHHEIM 

CHILDREN OF NOSSON AND YOCHEVED ( ADLER) HIRSCH 

FROM PAGE 835 



From 

Page_ 

838 





MALKA 



HIRSCH 



MORDECHAI 



HIRSCH 



B.8/12/1989 



N.4/8/1992 



B.4/28/1995 



B.1/2/1998 



839 



THE HERZ FAMILY #2 FROM SCHWFINHFIM 

THE BERLIN/SCHMITZ FAMILY FROM fiFI SHORE 

THE DANIEL FAMILY OF MERZBACH AND KIRCHHEIM 

CHILDREN OF YQSSI AND AVIVA fHIRSCH) SCHMUTTFR 

FROM PAGE 835 



MORDECHA1 - SHOSHANA 



SCHMUTTER 



T2IPPORAH 
SCHMUTTER 



B.5/2/1979 B.I 0/8/1 983 



CHAIM 

JOEL 

SCHMUTTER 



To 

_Page 

841 



SHULAMIS 



SCHM UTTE R I 



B.8/1/1988 



Occ.Student 



B.3/30/1989 B.7/5/1990 



Occ.Student Occ.Student 



SARA 



. SCHMUTTER 

B. 



840 



THE HERZ FAMILY #2 FROM SCHWEINHEIM 

THE BERL1N/SCHMITZ FAMILY FROM GELSDQRF 

THE DANIEL FAMILY OF MERZBACH AND KIRCHHEIM 

CHILDREN OF YOSSI AND AVIVA (HIRSCH) SCHMUTTER 

FROM PAGE 835 



From 

Page_ 

840 



MICHAEL 



SCHMUTTER 



NECHAMA 



SCHMUTTER 



BASYA 



SCHMUTTER 



CHAVI 



SCHMUTTER 




B.1 0/1/1 991 B.l/3/1993 B.9/22/1994 B.1G/11/199G 8.10/21/1998 



Occ.Student Occ. Student Occ.Student Occ.Student Occ.Student 



841 



THE HERZ FAMI1 Y #? FROM SCHWFINIHF1M 

THE BERLIN/SCHMITZ FAMILY FROM GFI SDORF 

THE DANIEL FAMILY OF MERZBACH AND KIRCHHF1M 

CHILDREN OF ELI AND MIRIAM (DANIFI ^ HIR.^H 

FROM PAGE 834 



From 
835 



NOSSON - ESTHER RACHEL 
HIRSCH 

AQLEB 



B. 




ARON - REBECCA JEHOVET 
HIRSCH 

HE1NEMAN 



B.4/4/1966 



B. 



MOISHE - LEAHNECHOA 
HIRSCH 

SCHREIBER 



B.1 1/13/1975 B. 



To Page 844 



B.4/29/1977 



To Page 845 



YEHUDA 



APLER 



BROCHA 



ADLER 




SHOSHANA 



ADLER 



To 

.Page 

843 



GrTTY 



ADLER I 



B.7/3/1986 B.12/5/1987 B.7/24/1989 B.7/25/1992 B.10/23/1994 B.2/1 0/1996 



Occ.Student Occ.Student Occ.Student Occ.Student Occ.Student Occ.Student 



842 



THE HERZ FAMILY #2 FROM SCHWEIN HEIM 

THE BERLIN/SCHMITZ FAMILY FROM GELSDQRF 

THE DANIEL FAMILY OF MERZBACH AND KIRCHHEIM 

CHILDREN OF NQSSON AND ESTHER (HlRSCm ADLER 

FROM PAGE 842 



From 
Paae 






















842 






















TZIPPORAH 




AVIGAIL 




ELISHEVA 






ADLER 




ADLER 




ADLER 




ADLER 


B.I 2/24/1 99 


7 


B. 




B. 




B.7/ /2003 


OccStii 


dent 





















843 



THE HERZ FAMII Y #2 FROM SCHWEINHFIM 

THE BERLIN/SCHMIT7 FAMILY FROM flFI SDORF 

THE DANIEL FAMILY OF MERZBACH AND KIRCHHFIM 

CHILDREN OF ARON AND REBECCA miRSCm HEINEMANI 

FROM PAGE 842 



TZIPPORAH 



HEINEMAN 



YONAH 



HEINEMAN 



B.10/22/1996 B.10/1/1998 



OccStudent Occ.Student 



844 



THE HERZ FAMILY # 2 FROM SCHWFINHFIM 

THE BERLIN/SCHM1T? FAMILY FROM GFI SDORF 

THE DANIEL FAMILY OF MERZBACH AND KIRCHHEIM 

CHILDREN OF MOISHE AND LEAH (H1RSCH ) SCHREIBFR 

FROM PAGE 842 



MIRIAM 



SCHREIBER 



RACHEL 



SCHREIBER 



B.I 0/21 /1 999 B.4/ /2002 



845 



THE HERZ FAMILY #2 FROM SCHWEINHEIM 

THE BERLIN/SCHMITZ FAMILY FROM GELSDQRF 

THE DANIEL FAMILY OF MERZBACH AND KIRCHHEIM 

CHILDREN OF RENE AND YVONNE tHEUMANW DANIEL 

FROM PAGE 834 













ERIK - LISA ROBIN 
DANIEL 




SPARKS 




B.10/1/1968 
Baltimore, MD 


B.5/1 1/1969 
New York 




-11/13/1993 




Occ. 


Occ.Medical Secretary 


MADISON HILLARY 




MAX HARRISON 


SPARKS 




SPARKS 


B.4/5/1999 
Baltimore, MD 






B.3/2/2001 
Baltimore,MD 




B.12/5/1973 
Denville,NJ 



Occ.Real Estate 



846 



THE HERZ FAMILY # 2 FROM SCHWF1NHFIM 

THE BERLIN/SCHMITZ FAMILY FROM fiFI.SnORF 

THE DANIEL FAMILY OF MERZBACH AND KIRCHHEIM 

CHILDREN OF LEOPOLD AND SARAH fBERLIISh DANIEL 

FROM PAGE 807 



From 

Page_ 

834 



EDITH 
DANIEL 



ROTHSCHILD 



B. 



B. 



JOSEPH 
PFEUFFER 

B.1903 
KGln 

D.1970 

Aachen 



FRIEDA 
DANIEL 



WILLIAM 
ROVEN 



B.6/24/1904 

D.8/15/1990 
Pikesville.MD 



B.3/21/1906 
Kirchheim 

D.1 2/26/2001 
Baltimore, MD 



(Baltimore.MD) 



RYAN 



DOROTHY 
PFEUFFER 



B. 



YAFFE 

B. 



847 



TH E HERZ FAMILY # 2 F RQ M S CH W EI NH EI M 
THE BERLIN/SCHMITZ FAMILY FROM GELSDQRF 

THE DANIEL FAMILY OF MERZBACH ANP KIRCHHEIM 
CHILDREN OF LE1B AND GUDULA (MOISES^ BERLIN>SCHMITZ 

FROM PAGE 802 



MARCUS 



EVA 
BERLIN 



JAS£ 



B.1793 

Bonn 
D.1840 

Bonn 
oo11/5/1828 

Bonn 
Occ.Schoolmaster 



CLARA 
BERLIN 



GOTTLIEB SERVAS - ANNA MARIA 
[GODEFROI SERVACE] BERLIN 

TRIPPEL 



B.I 803 

Gelsdorf 
D.1863 

Bonn 



BERNARD 



BASS 



B.8/3/1829 

Bonn 
D. 



B.9/16/1807 B.1 1/17/1810 


B.1818 


Bonn Bonn 


Bonn 


D. D. 


D.I 881 


eoS/8/1835 




Bonn 




To Page 851 



ISAAC 



- JOHANNA 
ESSER 



CA N ? 



B.3/23/1816 

Wahn 
D. 

oo11/27/1866 
Rondorf 



B. 



Rodenkirchen 

D. 

[See Page 624 for other 
Esser family members.] 



HERMANN 



JULIA 
BASS 



SEUSMANN 



B.2/10/1837 

Deutz 
D. 

oc1866 

Occ.Butcher in 
Deutz 



B.5/23/1832 

Bonn 
D. 



To Page 849 



I 


I 


LEOPOLD ■ 
GA 


■ ROSALIE 
BASS 

MS 


B.2/1 1/1841 

Surth 
D. 

00I866 

Occ.Butcher in 
SUrth-Weiss 


B.5/30/1834 

Bonn 
D.1915 

Koln 






EVA 
GANS 



To 
Page 
850 



B. 



848 



THE HERZ FAMILY #2 FROM SCHWEINHEIM 

THE BERLIN/SCHMITZ FAMILY FROM GELSDQRF 

THE DANIEL FAMILY OF MERZBACH AND KIRCHHEIM 

CHILDREN OF HERMANN AND JULIA (BASS> SELIGMANN 

FROM PAGE 848 



EVA 



SELIGMANN 




CARL (KARL) HERMANN 
SELIGMANN 



B.3/22/1868 


B.I 0/1 0/1 869 


B.3/1 3/1874 


Deutz 


Deutz 


Bonn 


D.I 1/12/1870 


D.3/10/1875 


D.Hoiocaust 


Deutz 


Deutz 


1/28/1943 
[Deported to Theresienstadt 
in 1942] 



849 



THE HERZ FAMII Y #? FROM SCHWFINIHFIM 

THE BERLIN/SCHMITZ FAMILY FROM flFI SPORE 

THE DANIFI FAMILY OF MF RZBACH AND KIRCHHFIM 

CHILDREN OF MARCUS A ND FVA fBFRl INh RA^ 



FROM PAGE 848 



From 

Page_ 

848 



LEOPOLD 



BASS 



MARCUS 



BASS 



B.8/5/1836 


B.5/26/1841 B. 


Bonn 


Bonn 


D. 


D. D. 




Neuss 




Occ. Musician 



850 



THE HERZ FAMILY #2 FROM SCHWEINHEIM 

THE BERLIN/SCHMITZ FAMILY FR OM GELSDQRF 

THE DANIEL FAMILY OF MERZBACH AND K1RCHHFIM 

CHILDREN OF GOTTLIEB AND ANNA MAR IA fBERLINl TRIPPFI 

FROM PAGE 848 



ANTOINE 



CHRISTINE 
TR1PPEL 



S1LVESTRE 



B.1 1/24/1805 

La Vache, 

France 
D. 

Occ.City Council- 
man in Biviers- 
Grenoble, France 



CLARA 
TRIPPEL 



To 

.Page 

852 



GOTTFRIED 
SERVAS 



B.7/14/1833 
Bonn 

D.10/26/1917 
Biviers, France 



TRIPPEl 



B.2/18/1836 

Bonn 
D. 



B.I 0/1 0/1 837 

Bonn 
D. 



GERMAIN MARIUS - AUGUSTINE EULALIE LOUISE 

SILVESTRE 

COLOMBE 



B.1 1/8/1866 
Grenoble, France 

D.8/8/1965 
Tronche, France 



B.9/25/1869 
Biviers, France 

D.10/31/1960 
Tronche T France 



851 



THE HERZ FAMILY #2 FROM SC H